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I hate the fingerprint marks and smudges, that I was putting all over my system. So I found a handy little item at Walgreens for $5.00 and it works great. I bought one for each door, so Renee and I had our own to operate the Infotainment System. It's called the Stylus, the tip is soft rubber and keeps your screen free from scratches and fingerprints. I'm more accurate when I select anything on the screen now than before. "Point of aim, point of impact"

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It's an Ipad stylus.
 

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Maybe if there was a holder that looked good for it...


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I keep them handy for my IPad and n
Now I keep one in the car.
 

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Related question. I find the info screen responsive except for the "slide" at the bottom to select favorite radio stations. It doesn't seem to slide very easy and takes several tries to get where you want it to go. Anybody else notice this and is there a way to make it more responsive?
 

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Related question. I find the info screen responsive except for the "slide" at the bottom to select favorite radio stations. It doesn't seem to slide very easy and takes several tries to get where you want it to go. Anybody else notice this and is there a way to make it more responsive?
The favorites UI is horrible. I have a lot of trouble getting it to work without selecting pause.
 

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Related question. I find the info screen responsive except for the "slide" at the bottom to select favorite radio stations. It doesn't seem to slide very easy and takes several tries to get where you want it to go. Anybody else notice this and is there a way to make it more responsive?
Yup, it's a pain in the poop! The stylus seems like a solution, albeit a bit awkward considering the intent of a touchscreen.
 

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Yes, I like the idea one poster had in another thread about keeping a small microfiber cloth behind the screen in the secret compartment so you can wipe it down every once and a while. Seems easier (and less pretentious ^ ) than trying to find and use a stylus while driving!
 
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