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You need to calibrate the touch screen - hold down the ? button and a menu will come up, go to 'touch/calibrate'-red dots will appear on the screen in the corners then in the middle and you have to touch the centre of them with the pen to line up the screen again - turn off and again and it should be fine - hope this helps xx
my ipod touch (16gb) did the same thing.
it has a large crack in the screen though. someone pushed me, and it fell out of my hands. for awhile it worked perfectly.. until it got froze onm that screen as well.
Your experts were brill - very quick and friendly and problem fixed. thank you.
I didnt know to tap the screen once and then the repeat icon is displayed and that by touching that the repeat is turned off!
I read another entry and you have to hold down the red and green button and click your stylus into the bottom little button beside where you plug your phone in to charge.
It didn't fix my problem though which is similar to yours.