Try a hard reset. All data will be lost. Reinstall everything one by one and when you install something that makes your dizitizer whack, that's the one you delete in C:\Program%20Files\palmOne\(username)\Backup\(bad file name and associated databases) delete them. if that doesn't work, then your digitizer is broken and needs repair. You can replace it yourself with the right tools.
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you will find your driver here (http://www.nodevice.com/driver/company/Motorola.html) then Step One (Clear all other profiles on the phone to avoid confusion):
- Turn On Phone
- Click the Menu Button at the top left corner of the screen
That should bring up the icons for all the applications
- Tap the Setup Button
- Scroll Down to Data Network
- Click Data Network
Internet Profile Page appears
- Delete all profiles on the page Step Two (Clear all other profiles on the built in browser):
Note: My browser on this phone is called Monternet, I picked up
the chinese version, so it might be called something different.
- Tap the Menu button on the top left corner of the screen
- Tap the browser icon, Monternet
This opens the browser
- Tap the three lines on the button right corner of the screen
- Tap Setup
Which brings up another menu
- Tap Profiles
Profiles screen appears
sounds like the digitizer is out of alignment. there are places where you can send the device that will replace the screen, or send you parts for DIY projects. Depending on the age/condition of the device, it might be better to just buy a new or used device.
All you need to do is simply go to the file that you want to move and tap and hold on it until the submenu appears. From there choose cut and then go to file explorer in menu-->programs-->file explorer. Choose Storage card from the drop down menu right under the start menu at the top of the screen. Go to the folder on the memory card that you want to store you file (or create a new one by tapping and holding the screen in a blank area and select new folder). After you find the place you want to save, tap and hold the screen and select paste. The file will be moved to that specified location.
my workaround is to charge with a different power source, or stop charging. i think it's the power source. for me, the touchscreen goes crazy when i'm charging via usb with this old computer, but it's fine when i stop charging. it's probably an unclean power source messing with the capacitance sensor.
I have the same problem. But i had solved it. I use a lighter to burn on my viewty's touch screen, and it is working properly again within 30 secs. And ofcourse, do not burn the touch screen without a screen protector. Hope this solution would help.
i've gotten that a couple times when trying to connect via the internal modem, a simple reset usually fixed it. If your wifi settings are messed up make sure your wifi switch is on, ensure it is enabled in com manager too. Also, try removing the wireless network via the software and adding it again.
if all that fails do a hard reset. If that fails you are pretty much out of luck. I had two MDA's.... they both slowly got **** as months went by and i constantly had to reload the firmware, you may want to consider a different model