My newly installed Mobile 6.5 Device insists I "Align-Screen" before allowing me to access its applications. My Touch-Screen had issues and I do have a Mouse on it that works fine instead. I have been able to successfully sync the device and move/delete/access files on it, in spite of being 'stuck' on the alignment screen after boot-up. I need any answers/information you have available on the following options:
1. What is the exact name of the program (.exe, etc.) that runs Touchpad Alignment? This is needed in hopes of renaming or deleting it so it no longer runs.
2. If its a module built-in to the OS, is there any config settings I can manipulate from my PC that will get it to "skip over" this needless step.
3. What, if any, hotkeys can I use to access my Window dropdown menu and "Settings" so that I can turn on my mouse. Other hotkeys such as Internet Connection, Camera, and others work, but Im working blind here.
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