Question about Cell Phones
There are a couple of things that could be causing your phone to malfunction the way it is. You can have the piece of mind that is NOT HACKED. The icon indicating airplane mode eliminates the possibility of unauthorized remote operation or interference. I've seen phones act like yours after being dropped or sustaining water damage. IF there is a possibility of moisture you can get an eyeglass screwdriver set and open the case, then place the phone(with battery removed) on a warm dry surface for 4-8 hrs with a small fan blowing on it. Another possibility is a software malfunction. Depending on the model there are different restore options. Most of them include downloading the usb drivers for that model to your computer and them downloading the factory ROM of recovery package from the manufactures website. For you android phone a website called XDA Developers is an excellent resource for downloads for your computer to repair your phone. The other possibility is that your digitizer (electronic part of your touch screen) is shorting out. If this is the case you can swap it from a donor phone or just replace your handset depending on the value of each solution.
Posted on Apr 20, 2013
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