Nexus 7 II Tester

Nexus 7 II Tester


With this tool you can test the touch screen bug of your Nexus 7 2013 device.

This application only shows you a static picture. That's it. That's enough to demonstrate the touch screen bug.


** PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK! **
I am not responsible for any data loss, hardware damage, or bricked devices due to the use of this software! If you don’t agree, then you shouldn’t be installing this application, then remove it immediately!
** PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK! **


How to test

1.) Unlock "Developer options"
1.a. Go to the settings menu, and scroll down to "About phone." Tap it.
1.b. Scroll down to the bottom again, where you see "Build number."
1.c. Tap it seven (7) times. After the third tap, you'll see a playful dialogue that says you're four taps away from being a developer. Keep on tapping, and you've unlocked the developer settings.

2.) Activate touch visualisation
2.a. Go into the in 1.) unlocked "Developer options" menu.
2.b. Search for the "Show touches" option and enable it
2.c. From now on, every touch on the screen will be visualized with a little white point on the display.

3.) Start the test by selecting a pattern. The pattern is visualized in the left upper corner. Not all pattern cause fake touches. One pattern can cause fake touches in landscape mode but not in portrait mode or vice versa.
3.a. Look for fake touches
3.b. Touch the display with one finger (one touch point)
3.c. Touch the display with two or more fingers (multiple touch points)
3.d. Try the same pattern in landscape/portrait mode
3.e. Select other pattern (by changing portrait/landscape mode)

Recent changes:
v2.0
* 20 test pattern added

v1.1
* app enabled for every device with Android 2.3.x and higher
* some internal optimizations

v1.0
* first release
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About Nexus 7 II Tester
With this tool you can test the touch screen bug of your Nexus 7 2013 device.

This application only shows you a static picture. That's it. That's enough to demonstrate the touch screen bug.


** PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK! **
I am not responsible for any data loss, hardware damage, or bricked devices due to the use of this software! If you don’t agree, then you shouldn’t be installing this application, then remove it immediately!
** PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK! **



How to test

1.) Unlock "Developer options"
1.a. Go to the settings menu, and scroll down to "About phone." Tap it.
1.b. Scroll down to the bottom again, where you see "Build number."
1.c. Tap it seven (7) times. After the third tap, you'll see a playful dialogue that says you're four taps away from being a developer. Keep on tapping, and you've unlocked the developer settings.

2.) Activate touch visualisation
2.a. Go into the in 1.) unlocked "Developer options" menu.
2.b. Search for the "Show touches" option and enable it
2.c. From now on, every touch on the screen will be visualized with a little white point on the display.

3.) Start the test by selecting a pattern. The pattern is visualized in the left upper corner. Not all pattern cause fake touches. One pattern can cause fake touches in landscape mode but not in portrait mode or vice versa.
3.a. Look for fake touches
3.b. Touch the display with one finger (one touch point)
3.c. Touch the display with two or more fingers (multiple touch points)
3.d. Try the same pattern in landscape/portrait mode
3.e. Select other pattern (by changing portrait/landscape mode)

Recent changes:
v2.0
* 20 test pattern added

v1.1
* app enabled for every device with Android 2.3.x and higher
* some internal optimizations

v1.0
* first release
User reviews of Nexus 7 II Tester
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A Google User
Nov 7, 2014
It works If you don't believe that it works you can set pattern as wallpaper and try touch it.
A Google User
Oct 14, 2014
=_= This app causes n7 or any phone to register touch input every where on the screen when you touch it .. This is not actually a tester when the app is open the screen is abnormally responding but when you close it it will be normal again... not only on n7 but also on other phones -_- fake
A Google User
Sep 6, 2014
Fake..I test this in a few phones and tabs and it seems like I get the same results..
A Google User
Aug 19, 2014
Guys it's not fake. If you decompile the apk and look inside. There is no coding to check device or fake any touch responses. Please stop listening to these dumb people who think they know everything and are saying the app is fake. Take it from a developer who does this stuff for a living. This is a legitimate app and this developer did a good job showing the rendering problems of the nexus 7. Stop dissing this amazing app and disregard all of the other reviews saying it's fake. Thanks!
A Google User
Jul 25, 2014
Didn't do anything for mine but glad it's helped others I get the touchscreen bug occasionally. I was hoping it could be set off by this app but I went through all 20 in both portrait and landscape and couldn't get it to happen. So if this has been your experience, there may be something else like plugin or memory issues that are triggering it. For the time being I will be keeping my tablet in safe mode to see if those might be the problem.