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Question Possible Screen Malfunction ?

9th March 2014, 11:27 AM |#1  
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Hey since like 3 days i have these strange errors in a particular "area" of my Touchscreen, its just not responding there anymore OR its "touching" itself like a ghost ( hard to describe im sorry ), i will post a sort of picture so you can see in wich area it is, anyone wich such a problem here too ? and suggestions how to fix that ?

Thanks !
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9th March 2014, 06:45 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by MiddleThinkr

Hey since like 3 days i have these strange errors in a particular "area" of my Touchscreen, its just not responding there anymore OR its "touching" itself like a ghost ( hard to describe im sorry ), i will post a sort of picture so you can see in wich area it is, anyone wich such a problem here too ? and suggestions how to fix that ?

Thanks !

1- Try dialing *#*#3424#*#* to get to the diagnostics, and use the Line Drawing Test to see if all of the touchscreen is working.

2- ""touching" itself like a ghost" go to Settings -> Developer options -> enable Show touches to track if the screen is "hitting" itself
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