I know that resistive touchscreen technology is usually stylus compatible, but how do I enable stylus compatibility on a capacitive Android device running Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich?
either end of a battery (even if it's practically empty) , which will work even if it's not touching your skin (It has it's own capacitive energy. thus great for an outdoor stylus while wearing gloves...tape it to a stick/pen for a longer reach...
you need to have something that will transmit an electric charge through your hand onto the screen a pen or a ds stylus will not work
You can either buy a capacitive touchscreen pen, or make one yourself (lots of DIY methods can be found online). They are pretty cheap and basically just transmit electrical signals from your hand fingers to the touchscreen.
what kind of phone do you have because almost all phones have different capacitive touchscreens
MUO has an article on how to make your own stylus to be usable in capacitive screens too! Go and search!
You need to but a capacitive stylus or follow this //www.makeuseof.com/tag/how-to-build-your-own-tablet-stylus/. There is no real setting to enable, just use the stylus like you would use your finger
youtube has videos for making your own stylus regular ones cant be used
the muo way to make it yourself://www.makeuseof.com/tag/how-to-build-your-own-tablet-stylus/
or buy from amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Cosmonaut-Wide-Grip-Stylus-Capacitive-Screens/dp/B007EW9ISM
Capacitive Stylus Review: Three Way Shootout!
Capacitive touch screens vary a lot. some easily works others gives hard time. Testing needed.
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It's extremely easy to make your own capacitive stylus with materials hanging around the house, for nearly free!
There's actually a lot of ways to do it, but Cnet had the best pictures.
With capacitive touch you need a stylus that can carry charge on the end, amazon offers one. Here's a guide to good capacitive styluses: http://www.theverge.com/2012/4/10/2925937/best-stylus-ipad-review