When developing in Unity, there is a bug where if you put a Button on a Scroll View, the scroll is hyper-sensitive on some Androids. This makes the button depress immediately after pressing it, because it thinks you are trying to scroll. This can be resolved by reducing the scroll sensitivity on the ScrollRect.
I do not want to reduce the sensitivity on all Android devices. For example, on the newer ones such as the Pixel, it works perfectly. Reducing the sensitivity actually makes it feel mildly less responsive.
How can I find out which models/operating systems that this bug exists on? I would prefer to just not release to those versions. (They are far and few between, but enough to make their 1 star reviews hurt badly.)