Question about Nextbook Tablets & eReaders
This has just recently popped up and is very strange and annoying and i can't find on the internet any guidance to make it go away. Every time the screen is touched the blue cross comes on and draws a line that follows your finger and doesn't disappear until you touch the screen again. The columns in the top of the screen are grey or sometimes red, they are connected to the blue cross because its like they're showing it's position. Please help.
Posted by Anonymous on
In my tablet, in settings, under 'Developer Options' in 'User Interface' there is 'Pointer Location' which is a screen overlay which shows current touch data. To me what you are seeing sounds exactly like this function when it is selected. Hope this is the answer you need.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Nokia N800 Tablet
I had the same problem with the n810. I was using a non-oem battery and the connections were a loose fit causing the battery not able to charge.
If you take the battery cover off, hold the battery firmly in place. Connect the charger and make sure battery is charging, then press the boot button. If it boots and stays on, then shuts off when you stop holding the battery. Then you probably have a loose connection or a bad battery. Also try cleaning the connector with a pencil eraser and alcohol.
I had to wedge tthe battery in place. You can find a spare battery with a desktop charger on Ebay for around $10US.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
there is one option that you have tak back-up your data then run recovery disk that is only solution becoz touch screen and finger print software is realy delicate things dont try to paly with if don't have to downlod drivers from the HP site
Posted on May 14, 2010
SOURCE: everytime i turn on my
"It came time to part with my review unit of the G1 (Thanks T-Mobile!) and send the phone back to its rightful owner. But what about all the personal info on the phone? The apps, texts, e-mails, AIMs and all that jazz? A quick search of AndroidForums.com turned up an easy way of restoring your G1 to factory settings:
if you power off your phone and hold the home (shaped like a house) and the end (red hangup button) for about 20 seconds you get a triangle with an exclamation point and a picture of the G1.
Now all you have to do is pop open that pretty QWERTY keyboard and there are several keyboard shortcuts you can use to accomplish what you want to do:
Home+Back reboot system now - (Soft Reboot)
Alt+L - Toggle log text display - (Toggles between the exclamation and menu options)
Alt+S - apply sdcard:update.zip - (Not brave enough yet)
Alt+W - Wipe data/factory reset - (What I chose, had to re-register, out of the box settings)
thee last option (Alt + W) and restored my borrowed G1 to factory settings. I'm sure the soft reboot could be helpful too, should you run into problems a troubled application may have caused. We didn't try the other 2 options so use at your own risk.
By the way, I couldn't live without a G1 so I made the leap and purcahsed a G1 with a T-Mobile service plan. I'm still a loyal Verizon customer and will simply have to keep both plans... but I NEEDED the G1. So basically, you can expect the application reviews and insight you've gotten at phandroid.com to cotinue since we've got our very own device now!
[Via Android Forums]
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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