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By Pilz, Senior Member on 21st August 2014, 02:39 PM
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I've had my nexus for a while now and as much as I enjoy using it there is a really big issue that keeps coming back. The touch sensitivity on my screen is terrible. It won't recognize half of my touches from time to time and its really frustrating. I have tried fixing it using the ts files and will work for a while then it will start with its issues again.

I also flashed almost every ROM I could think of trying to see if i t fixed the issue however it did not. I always flashed the unlock for the ts after so it would not stick in the new Roms hoping that it would get better. I have also done a full factory reset and wipe without any luck. Currently I'm running Android L lpv81( the second release) and I'm not ropted. I was using 4.4.4 with twrp earlier but it doesn't matter as long as I can get this touch issue fixed.

I looked around the forum for a while and used every fix I could find but none lasted long enough for me to enjoy it. I would really appreciate any help with this, I'm not afraid to mess around with some things to fix this issue.
 
 
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My stock one year old Nexus will also occasionally not respond to my touch. Not enough to be really annoying.

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23rd August 2014, 02:22 AM |#3  
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My stock one year old Nexus will also occasionally not respond to my touch. Not enough to be really annoying.

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It happens more often than not, in fact its enough to make typing hard and or frustrating at times. I have a feeling that it's a hardware issue, but unless there's a fix I'll just had the nexus 8 when our comes out.
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Originally Posted by Pilz

It happens more often than not, in fact its enough to make typing hard and or frustrating at times. I have a feeling that it's a hardware issue, but unless there's a fix I'll just had the nexus 8 when our comes out.

Some people just can't afford to pay for every new device out there and have to deal with a malfunctioning device or try to fix it.

We're so lucky we have a community behind us that solves our problems.
Here you are:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2428133
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Originally Posted by Pilz

I've had my nexus for a while now and as much as I enjoy using it there is a really big issue that keeps coming back. The touch sensitivity on my screen is terrible. It won't recognize half of my touches from time to time and its really frustrating. I have tried fixing it using the ts files and will work for a while then it will start with its issues again.

I also flashed almost every ROM I could think of trying to see if i t fixed the issue however it did not. I always flashed the unlock for the ts after so it would not stick in the new Roms hoping that it would get better. I have also done a full factory reset and wipe without any luck. Currently I'm running Android L lpv81( the second release) and I'm not ropted. I was using 4.4.4 with twrp earlier but it doesn't matter as long as I can get this touch issue fixed.

I looked around the forum for a while and used every fix I could find but none lasted long enough for me to enjoy it. I would really appreciate any help with this, I'm not afraid to mess around with some things to fix this issue.

It's a hardware problem. RMA if possible.

If not possible, try the TS drivers that the above post likely links.
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It's a hardware problem. RMA if possible.

If not possible, try the TS drivers that the above post likely links.

I might have to RMA it, I've already tried all of the ts drivers. Do I send it to Asus?
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I might have to RMA it, I've already tried all of the ts drivers. Do I send it to Asus?

I sent mine to Google.
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I sent mine to Google.

Is there a link to where I get the info the the RMA process? I tried googling it, but it wasn't very helpful.
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Is there a link to where I get the info the the RMA process? I tried googling it, but it wasn't very helpful.

It's been a while since I did it, but I think you start here: https://support.google.com/googlepla...626603,4626497
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