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Hi all,
i have updated my d802 to 4.4.2. official. Now i have this weird touchscreen problem. my screen doesn't recognize exact touch area, and it's impossible even to end a starter guide. how i can go back to 4.2.2 or flash any custom rom? I have no custom recovery because of update.
 
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Hi all,
i have updated my d802 to 4.4.2. official. Now i have this weird touchscreen problem. my screen doesn't recognize exact touch area, and it's impossible even to end a starter guide. how i can go back to 4.2.2 or flash any custom rom? I have no custom recovery because of update.
any help guys?
 
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