In order to have my Treo 600 touch screen working, I have to heat it up (by using a hair dryer, for instance). But the touch screen goes back to his unresponsive behaviour as soon as it cools down.
Everything else works just fine. I've already reconnected the display.
Does anyone has an answer for this problem?
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The 600 is a problematic device. your best bet is to have the device replaced by your carrier. as old as it is they more than likely don't carry it anymore and will have to give you the next version up.
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Go to applications - preferences - touchscreen. Follow the instructions to calibrate your touchscreen. If it does not work, reset your phone by pressing the small button at the small hole at the back of the phone with a safety pin.
did you try calibrating the screen.if it doesn't work when you try to calibrate it then it looks like the touch screen is bad and you will have to replace it.even if the touch is bad the video should still come through.go to pref= use the directional keys to to the top. you should see a blue rectangle are the date and time.click the center button and go to touch screen to calibrate it.if it won't let you touch it then the screen is bad. if you have any more questions please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
You may have dust accumulation around the edges of your touchscreen, between the screen and the case.
Try using a can of compressed air. Gently press down on the edges of the touchscreen to expose the gap between the screen and the case, and shoot the air in there. This worked for me when my Treo 600 touchscreen stopped responding.