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Apple iphone touchpad not working

Hi,

I upgraded my iphone to 1.1.4 and after a few days the touch screen is not working any more. No touch function seems to work.

is that a software malfunction or some problem with hardware? can a downgrade to 1.1.2 help. Please respond.

Thanks

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  • mbaig88 Jun 26, 2008

    hello help me please with my iphone

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2009

    my lower bit of the touch pad wont respond. i cant slide to unlock or even punch in my pass code. the upper bit thou can operate to slide to switch of the phone

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My iphone touch pad in not working..

Posted on Aug 03, 2009

Thanks Bunndoo,

I thought i have lost my iphone. Your answer suggest that the screen problem is normal and will be fixed after the process you have mentioned? Is that right?

and please can u tell me the process in more details i.e. what exactly to do and where to get the required files/softwares/tools. This would take yuor time and really appreciate you efforts in advance.

Posted on Apr 26, 2008

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RESTORE WITH I tUNES AND FIRMWARE 1.1.4, UNLOCK WITH ILIBERTY+ AND CHECK: JAILBREAKE, ACTIVATE, UNLOCK DOWNGRADE BOOTLOADER FROM 4.6 TO 3.9FB.THIS UNLOCK BASEBAND 4.05.05 OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT.BEFORE START ANYTHING GO TO ADVANCED AND CHECK PAYLOAD FIX NO WIFI EDGE.......(IF YOU DONT HAVE DOWNLOAD WIT ILIBERTY). PRESS GO FOR IT.WAIT UNTIL PHONE GO TO SLIDE TO UNLOCK.tHATS IT

Posted on Apr 25, 2008

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