Might be a bit late on this but for what it's worth.
I have ran into this problem several times (almost always winmo devices)
2 options have always worked,
1) start by pressing the center of the first (+) then on the rest (4 more +) aim slightly out of the center , 2nd upper left area of the +, 3rd lower left area of the +, 4th lower right of the+, 5th upper right of the +, make sure you keep the same dimensions (mirrored/flipped) on all 4 corners.
2) On phones that have the touch/lcd taped to the front face use a toothpick at a sharp angle pointed between screen and frame, with slight pressure scrape the perimeter of the screen/frame. this helps to remove goop/dirt causing poor screen alignment,
on units that have the touch taped to lcd (omnia II) disassemble and remove goop/dirt and tape from between both surfaces then if possible replace tape (sold on ebay) double sided carpet tape (walmart, any hardware store) works quite well.
ultimately the best solution is to disassemble the phone separate screen/lcd from frame clean both retape and reassemble.
Solution #1 will at least get you aligned and past this screen, although it may take several attempts using slightly different dimensions at least it will work.
It seems like OEMs are stepping up their game, with regards to thequality of their devices sound … more
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