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By Michalica, Junior Member on 2nd September 2014, 10:34 AM
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28th January 2015, 11:24 AM |#31  
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Has anyone tried to calibrate with this program?
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19th May 2015, 03:17 PM |#32  
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Originally Posted by Stevethegreat

Yes but hard brick even can be saved. I hard bricked a motherboard once by flashing the wrong bios. All I had was to find a way to install the right bios to its rom. For that I used a device which could directly access the rom.

My point is that even in hard brick situations the hardware is not damaged just out of reach using the common pathways but still *not damaged*. In G2F 's case all Jiayu had to do was to release the right touch firmware which apparently they refuse to do. I say don't buy from them again, that would teach them...

From the phone's behaviour, I would not say that the hardware is damaged. It really seems to be running the wrong software because of the different resolution of both screens.
Why is flashing back the old ROM not working is for me mistery...
My hope is that flashing a KK ROM, whenever this is available for TD, will finally solve the problem, as the KK ROM would run on a different kernel, and it would then -hopefully- overwrite the bad firmware of the touchscreen.
Please anybody finding a solution, please post it here.

We need solutions... smart generic comments don't bring us anywhere further...
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