Question about Motorola Mobility A1000
Well my motorola a100 waz droped in water and because of water in screen i havta plae new lcd screen which cost me Rs4000 but after it the problem came which is clicking problem i click somwhere else and sumthing else is opening goshhhh i hav gone mad wht should i do fot this prob..i can even dial phone and cant write msg..becauz i click 1 it clicks 2 automatically well frm where i chnged my lcd they say tht it is circuit prob. but som other says tht it is sensor problem wht do you say...do i open it myself and move lcd or see it my self wht do you thing the main problem would be...em waiting for response thankSs...
Hello navz, The problem is pretty obvious - a screen aligment problem. Don't try to open the phone, the display block is closed alltogheter and you woun't be able to do much. Maybe only check the display connector to the main board. Here's why you have this problem. The display is composed of 2 parts. The TFT display (the one wich shows the image) and the digitalizer - touchscreen (the one you actually press on). Those 2 aren't linked togheter physically. They are separated so the phone doesn't actually know what you press on the display and what is actually underneath, on the TFT display. In order to have it know this you are supposed to make a display callibration (screen alligment). Try to find this in your menu if possible, if not, you need to hard reset your phone and rewrite the operating system (reflash the phone). A service center may be able to assist you with that for a small fee. But first try yourself to find the screen alligment or calibration option under settings in your menu. Then press on the small dots that appear on the screen, then your phone will know how to operate the touchscreen. If you need more info please contact me on the live chat feature of this site. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 24, 2007
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