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16th November 2012, 08:50 AM |#21  
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16th November 2012, 09:23 AM |#22  
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16th November 2012, 12:13 PM |#23  
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1)For how long have you been using HOX : 7+month

2)Have you unlocked the bootloader: Yes

3)Have you rooted the phone : Yes

4) Are you having touch screen problems: No
16th November 2012, 12:32 PM |#24  
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If you don't count a temporary yellow spot caused by overheating, then no

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16th November 2012, 06:13 PM |#25  
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Hello.

My HOX has been having touch screen problems (an area of the touch screen is unresponsive (1 line from left to right 1 cm thick ))
I have unlocked , and rooted my phone, and I would like to know if other have the same issues and if they are unlocked/rooted or not. Thank you for your time.

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1)For how long have you been using HOX : 1month

2)Have you unlocked the bootloader: Yes

3)Have you rooted the phone : Yes

4) Are you having touch screen problems: Yes

7 months, 2 days, 2 hours, 13 minutes, and 16 seconds
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17th November 2012, 02:19 AM |#26  
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17th November 2012, 02:45 AM |#27  
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There's a flaw in the questioning. Time of ownership probably isn't as important to display issues as the amount of time the display's been used. For example, someone who's a heavy gamer that plays 4+ hours of games each day would tax both the SoC and the display more than a productivity user. Same thing for a heavy video user. Having the display go off and on doing stuff like e-mail, social, and web browsing for four hours a day wouldn't apply as much stress (or heat) as constant four hour sessions of gaming and video. The parts in electronic devices have defined mean times between failure. And that time is calculated by the amount the part is in use (and how). I'm a productivity user so my screen on time from March is probably less than a gamer that bought his device in September.
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There's a flaw in the questioning. Time of ownership probably isn't as important to display issues as the amount of time the display's been used. For example, someone who's a heavy gamer that plays 4+ hours of games each day would tax both the SoC and the display more than a productivity user. Same thing for a heavy video user. Having the display go off and on doing stuff like e-mail, social, and web browsing for four hours a day wouldn't apply as much stress (or heat) as constant four hour sessions of gaming and video. The parts in electronic devices have defined mean times between failure. And that time is calculated by the amount the part is in use (and how). I'm a productivity user so my screen on time from March is probably less than a gamer that bought his device in September.

So, to be straight, I play games and I oft let my hox overheat while playing on wall charger. My daily screen on time is Aprx. 7 hours, 3 of them are gaming (the way to the university)
May be I am the chosen one, but I have had no issues with my phone at all, although I've got it in early may.

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17th November 2012, 05:38 AM |#29  
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1)For how long have you been using HOX : 8 Months

2)Have you unlocked the bootloader: Yes

3)Have you rooted the phone : Yes

4) Are you having touch screen problems: No
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There's a flaw in the questioning. Time of ownership probably isn't as important to display issues as the amount of time the display's been used. For example, someone who's a heavy gamer that plays 4+ hours of games each day would tax both the SoC and the display more than a productivity user. Same thing for a heavy video user. Having the display go off and on doing stuff like e-mail, social, and web browsing for four hours a day wouldn't apply as much stress (or heat) as constant four hour sessions of gaming and video. The parts in electronic devices have defined mean times between failure. And that time is calculated by the amount the part is in use (and how). I'm a productivity user so my screen on time from March is probably less than a gamer that bought his device in September.

I don't play games , just tested 2-3 to see the performance. I use my phone mainly for web browsing , which is also demanding but not as much as gaming. My brightness was always on auto. Based on the answers I see here I suspect that it's the digitizer connector. I have dropped it from about 30 cm high, maybe it landed badly and moved a little the connector. I don't know.

I will try so send it to be repaired using the warranty even tho I have unlocked the bootloader.

Thank you all for answering.

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