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No I am not, I'm using 2105. Know people that do/did and just like you they had to send in their phone to get it exchanged which really does mean that it is a HW issue.
I just get pissed when some people on this forum spread false information like the case of Andro.Catalyst suggesting that CM11 will fix something that obviously not even Sony can fix without exchanging the phone or having their tech do something HW related with it.
Behavior like that shown by Andro.Catalyst should result in at least 3 weeks ban, hell even more would be right. Too much "wishing" and outright lying in this forum, most likely because many of users are under 12 years old or so it seems.
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All these issues in xl are software related, which will be fixed in Cm11. But don't believe me. Cm11 is coming in few days. Try it yourself.

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They'll definitely send you a new one, but that'll also have the same hw,sw so same bugs. I think it's kernel related thing. Which will be sorted out in next sw update. So wait for it.

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I hope what u say is right... But still, if I want a bugless stock rom, then there is no go
If Sony is gonna fix it with a software update, it's fine... But it does not explain why half of XL's are working just fine with the older firmwares







Anyways I dropped the phone off at Sony Care..... Today is Saturday... Estimated delivery date is Tuesday...

If the new phone has same problem, then I ll send that back too..... If they deny, then I ll have to go to consumer court.... Cuz we as customers deserve well functional phones

I ll keep this thread updated

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I also used to have that problem on 4.1.2 but since updating to 4.2.2 my touch screen has been a lot better, not perfect, but better. It probably is a software issue which a recently certified update may fix.
Previous Devices: Xperia X10 mini pro, Xperia X8 & Xperia Live with Walkman.
Current: Xperia L

Model: C2105
Android: 4.2.2 (stock)
Build version: 15.3.A.1.14
Kernel version: 3.4.0 (stock)
Baseband version: -1014
 
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I also used to have that problem on 4.1.2 but since updating to 4.2.2 my touch screen has been a lot better, not perfect, but better. It probably is a software issue which a recently certified update may fix.
U are under warranty, then take it to Sony Care..... We deserve a perfectly functional touch rather than a touch screen that is just "better"


...if the previous Software is plagued, then why do considerable amount of XL's are working just fine. ???

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Guys I got a new phone in sealed box.... Thank you for ur Support. Cheers

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