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Re: jasjam touchscreen not responding
Touch scre4ens are actually two screens, the visual surface and the touch surface. On can be damaged and the other function normally. Unless it is a driver issue, I'd say the touch screen is probably dead.
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First you should make a reset by pushing the button at the base of the phone close to the mouth piece.Then get some sort of stylus maybe from another phone and go to the phone settings and navigate through to the phone display option, where you have the option of realligning your screen.Follow the instructions there and then go and get another stylus for your phone.Your thumb sweat is not touchscreen friendly!
Hi. You can hard reset your device by pressing the left and right upper softkeys at the same time, and while pressing them press the reset hole with the stylus. Don't forget to get a backup of all your data since a hard reset will erase your data. Hope this helps.
Does it respond to keyboard entry? If not, check to see if the "lock" icon on the screen is in the locked position. It's real easy to accidentially lock the device. If it is, just click on the lock and confirm that you want to unlock.
The next few can be a problem if the screen is not responding, so you'll need to figure out the keyboard equivalent:
You may also want to check the system settings. I believe there is a setting that will enable you to "turn off" the touch screen function.
Finally, try a touchscreen alignment in the system settings.
ok first try this if it works ok if not then inform me.
press the 2 softkeys togather ( softkeys is up on OK right side + and up on windows key left side ) then thread something into down side u can find a hole. the device will restart and give you options for reset the hard.
Did you find a solution to this problem? I have just bought an I-Mate PDA2 and within 4 days the touch screen has stopped responding, but like your, the scroll wheel and buttons still work. I have tried the full reset and now I am left stuck on the initial set up screen. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks