Hi there!Does any one know how to change the level of pressure for the touch feature on the main screen. I know you can -- but I can't find it anywhere
Many thanks!! I saw that but didn't click on it because of "feedback". Next time, I'll just keep clicking ;>)Hi there!
From the MMI screen, go to SETTINGS -> Display & brightness -> MMI. You should see "Touchscreen Feedback."
It's on page 17 in the owner's manual.
Now tested this with the haptic off. It seems to be faster now, not 100% sure if that's psychology or not. And it doesn't seem to make the screen any easier to use accurately. Anyway, off it is.
Some lag. Not no lag.Yeah, you can just tap away, and it responds very quickly. No lag like some infotainment systems. And that may be more natural than you think if you're used to smartphones, tablets, etc.
Some lag. Not no lag.
And, regardles of lagginess, touch screens in cars are still the wrong answer.
Hmm, mine doesn't lag. There can occasionally be some stuffer in animation transitions, but that's technically different. Sorry, also a gamer. We get particular about that stuff. Hah. Lag would be a delay from when you press the button and it responds. Which is virtually non-existent in mine. Now, could it be faster? Sure. But would hardly call it lag, or slow. I have been told mine has the latest software update, so maybe that's a factor.I agree. Using the touchscreen is more of a hazard than using steering wheel controls by feel. I find myself distracted too much when using the touch screen--you almost always have to look over at the screen. Now that I am getting more accustomed to the car I am consciously trying to shift myself more and more to the knobs, wheels, buttons, and voice control.