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By zetorung, Junior Member on 22nd May 2014, 01:55 AM
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My touch screen seems to work fine on 4.2.2 (specifically the rom at: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2719411) but when I flash a 4.4.2 rom, it does not seem to track my finger well. Half way through a swipe it will just stop reacting to my finger, and no matter how hard I press or move it around it will not detect my finger again until I lift it and place it again.

This is very bothersome as it makes the tablet almost unusable. Any help is very appreciated.

This is ANY 4.4.2, stock based, or AOSP I have tried multiple roms from aosp, and ive tried both the A and B roms at http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2707363
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25th May 2014, 06:58 PM |#2  
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So I went back to a 10a 4.2.2 base stock. Like usual the touch screen behaved normally here, Then I flashed the latest Mahdi and it once again stopped tracking my finger.

I then flashed the discontinued dyn kernel (gpeish works too) and it started tracking normally. I wanted to use the AIC kernel for AOSP, but unfortunately it does not correct the issue. So what I did was, flash dyn to get it working correctly, then flashed AIC over top of that. It seemed to do the trick. I don't have the issue now. Though I am not sure what this means, or if other people have this problem.
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So I went back to a 10a 4.2.2 base stock. Like usual the touch screen behaved normally here, Then I flashed the latest Mahdi and it once again stopped tracking my finger.

I then flashed the discontinued dyn kernel (gpeish works too) and it started tracking normally. I wanted to use the AIC kernel for AOSP, but unfortunately it does not correct the issue. So what I did was, flash dyn to get it working correctly, then flashed AIC over top of that. It seemed to do the trick. I don't have the issue now. Though I am not sure what this means, or if other people have this problem.

Thank you so much, I thought that I got a defective PAD, I have
I know that this is a veeery old post, so to clarify and be sure about what you did

Flashed stock 10a 4.2.2
Flashed DYN Kernel
Flashed AIC

Have you figured out any way to resolve the issue with 4.4.2?


thank you
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Thank you so much, I thought that I got a defective PAD, I have
I know that this is a veeery old post, so to clarify and be sure about what you did

Flashed stock 10a 4.2.2
Flashed DYN Kernel
Flashed AIC

Have you figured out any way to resolve the issue with 4.4.2?


thank you

Unfortunately no. I ended up selling it after a year or so to buy a nexus 9. Sorry I cant be of more help.
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Unfortunately no. I ended up selling it after a year or so to buy a nexus 9. Sorry I cant be of more help.

Thank you for the reply
Well I just keep flashing till it works like it should lol
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I have the same issue ! For a moment there I thought the G Pad had a non-sensitive area like the iPads have xD
The strange thing is, this problem also appears on Lollipop roms...
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