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    Wow everyone is right about how much better the LCD looks through this. It's crazy how much the resistive panel was clouding and modifying the colors. Haven't put it back in the car yet but looks to be worth the $55. Not to mention the difference in responsiveness.

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    Does anyone know how to reverse the axes on your touch screen? Turns out mine are backwards. ie, when I touch upper left, it goes lower right.

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    Nevermind. Easy answer. The calibration utility accounts for it.

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    Anybody know if your can replace the stock resistive panel on my OEM navi to a captive touchscreen?? It hooks to the stock board with 4 wires.


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    You would have to engineer it. If the existing resistive panel plugs into that board in the picture you would have to find a way to bypass the resistive touchscreen controller and interface with a capacitive touchscreen controller. You can not use a resistive interface to control a capacitive screen.

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    Plus, if you can figure out the interface for the controller (usb or serial?) you will need to get the drivers installed for the capacitive touch controller.
    You said this is for a factory nav? doubtful that it would work.

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    The only thing I have personally seen work with factory NAV units is someone using the screen as a display for computer and even that is tricky. Upgrading a touchscreen from resistive to capacitive is not exactly an easy task either. I have not heard of anyone able to modify the touchscreen in an existing factory NAV unit. If you are successful, post your results and process so that others may follow in your footsteps.

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    Factory nav screen aside isn't this what everyone here is doing upgrading resistive touchscreen to captive? Whats involved in this process for those with aftermarket screens?

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    Depends on what screen you have.

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    i know this was just came out today, but any plans to sell a capacitive touchscreen of liliputs new 5 wire?

    Some of us aren't to crazy about doing the retrofits ourselves.

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