Thanks Meter 2
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado
The Nexus One had this issue as well...what resolved it for a lot of people was using a blow dryer to heat up the affected corner of the screen and then squeezing that portion for a minute or so until it cooled. Basically it's heating up that glue and making it stick again.
Worth a shot for a simple DIY fix if you can't replace it. Just be careful heating it up, don't let it get too hot. I'd recommend powering down the device and removing the battery while you do it.
I did this to my N1 a couple years ago and it's still holding up to this day.
iPhone 4S <- HTC Droid Incredible II <- Galaxy S (Fascinate) <- Droid X < Nexus One <- HTC Magic (myTouch 3G)