Calibrating the touchscreen on a Samsung Galaxy S10 is easy to do.
The screen is called a TSP (Touch Screen Panel) and can get out of calibration when the phone is dropped, screen replaced, or other times there is an issue.
Often the screen will become overly-sensitive and need an adjustment.
If your Galaxy S10 is under-sensitive that is another fix which can be found here.
There is a menu option called TSP FW Update (General) that will update and refresh the touch screen.
A menu is used to access this option by typing in a code that will allow access to the feature.
The code *#2663# has worked with T-mobile and ATT but may not work with Verizon or other cell phone carriers.
Below are the steps to Calibrate the TSP Touchscreen on a Galaxy S10.
A video is at the bottom of the post for a visual walk-through if needed.
How To Calibrate the TSP Touchscreen on a Galaxy S10
- Go to the call number pad
- Type in he code *#2663#
- A screen will come up with Firmware Version on the top
- Select TSP FW Update (General)
- The bottom of the screen will display Now Updating
- Wait for the bottom to say Update Complete PASS