I'm probably wrong but I found this "problem" on two separate forums - the answer is NO right now. One forum that said: When installing the droid screen proctector the warning label states "Adjust your phones touch sensitivity through the settings menu." They took it back to Verizon and the technician confirmed the message but said their was no way to calibrate the sensistivity.
Found another forum that said: We do not recommend using a screen protector on the DROID because it does impact the touch sensitivity. In fact, Verizon agreed with that so you must have run into an agent who missed that memo. The glass on the DROID is pretty durable. I would return the screen protector.
And...just got off the phone with motorola. they said the phone needs skin touch,, i just pull the protector off and it works fine. what a waste of time..
And then I found: Motorola Global Portal DROID - Touchscreen
Here are some things to keep in mind regarding your touch screen:
* Your phone has a capacitive touch screen which requires your skin to touch the screen.
* If you are using a screen protector your screen may not work as designed.
* Changing the sensitivity of the screen is not currently supported.
* To activate / deactive your screen press the Power Key located on the top of the phone.