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    The pencil 'lead' is made mostly of conductive graphite and therefore can conduct the small amounts of electricity required to activate the capacitive sensors in the touch screen. When you place your finger in the groove you made, the electricity from your body is conducted through the exposed graphite and activates the touch screen.


    No it wont! Graphite is much softer than glass and wont scratch it. Just make sure to use a BLUNT pencil or else you may have problems. There may be residue left on the screen if you are using pencils with softer graphite such as a B or 2B or softer. I used HB but recommend H – 3H pencils.


    Relax, that's just lines in the dirt and oil on your screen. Give it a good clean and it will be good-as-new.


    So if you're still not convinced or if you're having trouble getting it to work, take these points into consideration –

    * You just watched a video showing you that it DOES work.
    * Make sure the pencil is free from oil. There may be a thin layer of glue on the lead that prevents contact, so just scribble on a piece of paper to get rid of that.
    * Make sure your pencil is made from graphite and not another composite or recycled materials (green/eco pencils)
    * Make the groove closer to the tip to improve contact.

  2. I think I found something about WHY THE PENCIL TRICK does NOT work.

    Most of us use screen protectors .. They do not allow electricity of our body to
    stimulate the sensors of touch screen. Try direct contact with screen and pencil. Hope it helped 😀👍

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