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My touch screen stopped responding but I could still use the arrow keys and wheel. That was before I did a hard reset and now I can't get past the "align screen" feature being as though I can't tap the screen and get a response.. Do you know what I can do to solve this problem? Im using the Cingular 8525.
Any chance you are using screen protectors and that the edge may have shifted under the case? If yes you have what I call a wedgie and it's causing a phantom tap in a non-accessible area. Remove screen protector.
Any chance there is some dirt/detritus wedged just under the edge of the case pressing on the digitizer? Fold the corner of a piece of copier paper to form a scoop and go around the perimeter of the screen no more than 2.5mm under the case to dislodge (not push in) anything stuck there. This method solved this same problem on my HTC phone
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
Same problem,ie touchscreen not responding and stuck on screen alignment in my imat jasjar a few weeks back.it started after i installed opera 10 beta intothis ppc.So i thought some virus attack,and naturally did a hard reset,but to my despair,it got stuck at the alignment screen.Ho.. what to do? I searched internet,some body suggested bend the screen a lil bit,yes ,it helped a lil bit, but not fully.I found a program called remote screen alignment tool,but it never worked with my imate jasjar,eventhough they told it would work.Being desparate i gave it to a local mobile repair shop,and they told my lcd screen has gone and should be replaced,but it is not available here.I was all the more desparate.but finally, what i did was I removed the screws at the back cover and for the lcd screen,replugged all the cables i could find,reassembled everything,and wow!!! to my surprise it is back to normal!!!
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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