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[Q] Instal ROM to fix responsive buttons?

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By Krikke001, Junior Member on 12th March 2014, 01:01 PM
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Hi XDA communtiy,

I've been breaking my head with the following question:

My responsive buttons stopt working.
It goes better after a factory reset, but then again. No home, back button...

It is a real pain in the *ss.
I don't think it is a hardware problem, more a software problem...

Do you think that if I install a ROM on my device this would clear my problem?

Does anybody has the same problem?
It began shortly after the android update 4.1.1.

Greetings,

Krikke
 
 
12th March 2014, 01:07 PM |#2  
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Hope you didn't dropped your phone?



You can try the roms f you want ...(Dn't forget to backup)
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Hope you didn't dropped your phone?



What do you mean, are the responsive buttons know to break?
No serieus droppings happend, just the occasionally slip!

I also have a second device were the top screen is cracked, maybe put the two together in one?
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Originally Posted by Krikke001

What do you mean, are the responsive buttons know to break?
No serieus droppings happend, just the occasionally slip!

I also have a second device were the top screen is cracked, maybe put the two together in one?

Yeah, you can try inserting the screen assembly of your current device into the one with cracked screen, if the responsive buttons are working correctly there and you don't need the second phone. Otherweise I don't know, can't really call it a software issue. What about logcats?
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