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By AmirNajjar, Senior Member on 7th May 2014, 01:59 PM
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Hey guys,hope you are fine
About my device...It always misbehaves(presses home,menu,back and search button by itself,doesn't respond,device hangs and gets crazy)
This problem is with every ROM,any solution???
 
 
7th May 2014, 02:15 PM |#2  
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Hey guys,hope you are fine
About my device...It always misbehaves(presses home,menu,back and search button by itself,doesn't respond,device hangs and gets crazy)
This problem is with every ROM,any solution???

If it happens with every rom i think it's not the software i mean ROM issue but the problem with digitalizer
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If it happens with every rom i think it's not the software i mean ROM issue but the problem with digitalizer

Does it happens when it is plugged in?
8th May 2014, 12:19 PM |#4  
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Does it happens when it is plugged in?

Yes it becomes more misbehaving when its plugged in or headphones are connected
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Yes it becomes more misbehaving when its plugged in or headphones are connected

I notice that my device goes mad when I charge it whit the original htc charguer untill it reach aprox 30% of battery. It does't happend with others chargers. What I do is not to use the device untill it reach 30% or unpluggued it. Nothing happend to mine with headphones.
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I notice that my device goes mad when I charge it whit the original htc charguer untill it reach aprox 30% of battery. It does't happend with others chargers. What I do is not to use the device untill it reach 30% or unpluggued it. Nothing happend to mine with headphones.

Donno what happened but screen filter app fixed it.
Not fixed completely but a little better.

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13th May 2014, 04:28 PM |#7  
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I notice that my device goes mad when I charge it whit the original htc charguer untill it reach aprox 30% of battery. It does't happend with others chargers. What I do is not to use the device untill it reach 30% or unpluggued it. Nothing happend to mine with headphones.

Problem is always happening,any help?

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20th August 2014, 07:57 AM |#8  
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@AmirNajjar have you found any permanent fix. Because its started happening on my device as well. My phone is almost unusable!
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@AmirNajjar have you found any permanent fix. Because its started happening on my device as well. My phone is almost unusable!

dixed by itself,try to get back to full stock
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