Question about Cell Phones
I can call people, recieve calls, and take pictures but that's it, the actual touchscreen itself won't work, how'd you resolve this problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Before you open up your computer, try downloading the touchscreen drivers from Fujitsu's website and re-installing them. Sometimes they just get flaky.
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
SOURCE: my apple iPhone display screen
just hold the power and round button at the same time for about 20seconds. when the little apple comes up repeat the same step. make sure you are getting updates from itunes
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
This is an issue that I have run into with this device before and is, to my knowledge, unrepairable. Unfortunately if you are outside of your 30 days, they'll sometimes go out as far as 45 days if you put up a stink, the "reconditioned" device is the only option short of paying full price for a new one. Good news is, the reconditioned devices aren't as bad as they sound. I have had HTC phones for a couple years now and the reconditioned models have been more reliable than the original, new models, mostly because they have been looked at more closely by technicians to ensure that they are in working order. When phones come off the proverbial assembly line they don't get quite as much attention. You should not have to pay for a replacement device, especially if you have the Total Equipment Protection plan. Speak with customer care and have them send you that replacement. Don't be afraid to ask for a supervisor if necessary however, most agents you receive should have the tools to get your device replaced for you. Hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
i had the same problem with my LG viewty. its so stupid why, you want to kick yourself.
on the perimeter of the screen, you see a tiny gap. in there are the digitizer for the screen. the screen works like a grid, one on the X axis and one on the Y axis. its not a software issue nor a screen. just a design flaw.
get a piece of copier paper. fold it nicely, and use the folded edge, run it in the perimeter of the screen and dig out all the ****, dust, dried sweat out of there. don't dig too deep or use compressed air. just dig it out with the piece of paper. you will see there is a lot of debris lodged in there. once its out, try your phone again and it will work. worked for me. i quickly bought another screen protector and now its my nice backup phone. i bought the sony ericsson X1 because i thought it was totally non usable. i guess not.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
The issue of touc screen freezing in he M880 is mostly due to fault in the contact. The screen contact is just below the volumen control buttons on the right. I inserted a fingre nain where the volume control is and pulled up the screena wee bit. near the volume up botton, I then inserted the tip of a tooth pick. It worked and the touch sensitivity is just as new :)
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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