Originally Posted by HyperionAlpha
I've never had this problem nor seen it before. I would suspect something has to be physically defective or damaged for this to be happening. Although if it were doing it this frequently I'd also wonder how the Doogee repair techs could have missed it, unless they simply didn't test for it at all and/or didn't understand the issue.
The only touchscreen issue I've ever personally experienced with a Doogee phone happened to be with the Voyager DG310 model. Put it bluntly, the keypress sense was off. Almost everything you would press was slightly "higher" up on the screen that it was supposed to be. This made typing a lot of fun. I suspected it could have something to with one-handed operational settings, but it never seemed to be fixable by me.
I see. Thank You anyway! I have also seen what you are describing on a tablet, which I messed up by flashing the wrong partition, and the touch screen driver was gone.
In the case of the phone, I also think that is hardware related, because it is very rare. I found only 2-3 people who has this. In case it would be software related, it would be much more frequent. I'm not sure how to fix it though... My friend doesn't want to send it back a third time, and to buy a display for almost the same price as the phone itself is not an option either...
Now that I think of it, maybe I should write an xposed module, that ignores any touch events from that pixel where this damn ghost touches it