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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try calibrating your screen. Please use the stylus to calibrate!
The fastest way is to be on the slide-lock screen & hold the side volume button in the Up position until
"Press volume down key to check" comes up onscreen. This may or may not work on all firmware versions
on the current i9, but works on most. Make sure to hold the button firmly in the Up position. You will first
see the normal volume speaker icon show onscreen and the volume rise, but just keep holding it Up, and
eventually you should see the pop-up box noted earlier. The moment you see that pop up onscreen,
immediately press the side volume button in the down position. A white calibration screen should now
show & you can calibrate the touch screen using the stylus. Try to tap as close to the center of the little
pulsating icons as possible, as this will more accurately calibrate your touch screen. If the calibration
screen didn't come up using that method, then you can get to it from the Main menu screen.
Select "Settings", then select "Pen calibration", & follow the previous instruction.
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Posted on May 04, 2009
A soft reset is a method of rebooting your smartphone in this circumstance. On the LG G2, you can do this by pressing and holding the power button down for approximately 5 seconds. After the 5 seconds, the phone should reboot and start back up.
This method is in lieu of not having a removable battery, and it will not erase any information you have saved.
Here is a link explaining more in-depth. Hope it helps!
Soft Reset LG G2
Posted on Dec 11, 2014
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