ya i got this to but the precision in the center is still on point...
htc is playing games with the matter, your best bet seems to be in purchasing a lcd n digitizer off ebay,
@ the guy above, why would you congratulate some1 for something like that???
Your phone has a fault developed due to excessive pressure. The excessive pressure has caused an air lock between the two screens, resulting in an oily looking square appearing on the screen. HTC phones are tested and guaranteed to withstand a high amount of pressure. Pressures that exceed this will result in the faults you described (an oily looking rectangle under the screen surface). Even though there aren't any scratches on the Touch Pro, the external pressure could be evenly distributed across an area of the screen resulting in air escaping in between the screen layers. As earlier stated this is unfortunately not covered by warranty. The fault is described as a Newton's Ring, and could as well take other shapes than rectangles depending of how the screen is being built. Feel free to read more about the fault on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newton's_rings
allways the same lame excuse from htc...
well either you live with your screen (as it is mostly just a visual fault)
or you change the whole screen...
i also have the newton ring and i live with it..
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18 Sep 2014
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