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Part of my Nexus 4 touchscreen unresponsive

18th April 2014, 07:40 AM   |  #1  
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I have originally asked the same question in purity rom thread but the issue comes again after half month.

Part of my touchscreen suddenly becomes unresponsive.

I have to swipe hardly on the screen in order to unlock my phone by pattern.

For the past few occurrence,the issue is gone when I charge my phone for a short period of time and the touchscreen is OK.

I am not sure if it is a rom (latest purity 4.4.2 rom 14/04), kernel (hellscore b46t4), app (touch control, nova launcher, LMT launcher) or hardware issues. I also have my SGP screen protector used over a year. Not sure what really happened.

I have flashed also franco and matr1x kernel but the issue persists.

I am charging my phone and hope the issue will be gone

My warranty is over and I really hope that was just a software problem.

I am with latest 4.4.2 purity rom, hellscore b46t4.

I have attached 2 screenshot from YAMTT and here is a screen recording video.

http://youtu.be/ObwgKMid9oo

If anyone experienced anything similar, please help.

Thanks everyone
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19th April 2014, 07:49 AM   |  #2  
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The problem comes again today.

I locked and unlocked the screen and sometimes the phone is have problems like nexus 7 2013 ghost touch problem.

Really furious
25th April 2014, 05:28 PM   |  #3  
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Hardware problem. Touchscreen partial failure, maybe due to overheating. Replace touchscreen.

Mine started doing this in the same area last month. I was able to enable autorotation under accessability, so now if I need to select something in a dead spot I rotate it and its no longer in a dead spot, well, usually.

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