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By oxxshadow, Senior Member on 28th June 2014, 02:18 PM
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Anyone know if this is something Google will fix using the warranty?

Yes they will, but the process goes like this. Contact to get RMA, they of course try troubleshooting first ( which is basically factory reset), when that doesn't work, they inform you that you need to order a replacement which they will send you a special link to order. You order it with a credit card, they place a hold for the amount of the new unit, they send it to you and you return the defective one and they release the hold. You receive a brand new unit, not a refurbished one. As long as you have relocked your bootloader and flashed the stock ROM (assuming you did at all) all will be good. I have not had any touch problems with my replacement or pink spots appearing.
 
 
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