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Screen not sensitive to touch

I just got my phone today, but I can't get around it because the screen won't react to touch. HELP!

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Re: Screen not sensitive to touch

That\'s unfortunate because the phone is mostly touch-controlled.

Do you have a screen protector installed? Some people have said that the MING is one of the few touchscreen devices that doesn\'t work well w/ screen protectors. Try taking yours off if you\'re using one.

Posted on Aug 25, 2007

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