Fixed: Trackpad Not Working on macOS Mojave


Fixed: Trackpad Not Working on macOS Mojave

A touch or Trackpad is a device for pointing (controlling input positioning) on a MacOS display screen. It is an alternative to the mouse. Trackpads are also being made for use with desktop macOS. A touchpad works by sensing the user’s finger movement and downward pressure. Sometimes, it will get a problem with sense.  Here’s the fix.

Fix1:- Check the device power
Check the device’s power using Trackpad, make sure the battery is fully charged.

Fix 2:- Check the trackpad dry and clean
Check the trackpad areas are dry and clean.

Fix 3:- Enable the Haptic feedback 
1: Go to System Preferences and select Accessibility.
2: Select the Trackpad and click on a point option.
3: Check the Force click and Haptic feedback is enabled.
4: Restart Mac OS Mojave.

Fix 4:- Enable the Lookup and data detectors 
1: Go to System Preferences.
2: Select the Trackpad and click it.
3: Again, click on a point and click the option.
4: Then, check the Lookup and data detectors, Secondary click and tap to click options are enabled.
5: Adjust the Tracking speed fast, medium, or slow option.
6: Click Scroll and Zoom option.
7: Check that all options are enabled.
8: Click the More Gestures option.
9: Check that all options are enabled.
10: Restart the Mac OS Mojave.

Hope it’s useful to work on the Trackpad to get the problem fixed. And if you know any other worked solution, share us in the comment section below. Thank you…

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