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Unresponsive htc tytyn touch screen

Hi ,
my tytyn 2 touch does not seem to repond to taps
i have tried soft reset , hard reset , removed the battery and replaced , did a clear storage ... went through clibration several times ... seems to recognnise the stylus when calibrating then just goes into calibration mode over and over ... maybe software issues ... i have tried all the suggestions , nothing works ... phone only 4 months old.
btw , i have removed the screen protector and cleaned the screen ... heeeeeelllllppppp !!!!!!!

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  • jpondman Aug 28, 2008

    My screen is unresponsive most times and inaccurately responds to stylus taps when it does work. So using the stylus is quite frustrating. I keep cleaning the screen apart from that , i don't know what to do.

  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2009

    I ahve the same problem too!

  • Sir Smoooth May 19, 2009

    hey, I'm having a similar problem. I was using my htc tilt while i was in the bath but I was very careful not to get it wet. Now the touch screen doesn't work. I can't do the screen alignment or anything. The phone works fine if I'm not trying to use the touch screen. I'm wondering if anyone else has ever had this problem or if anyone knows what I can do to get the screen working again. Any help/info would be greatly appreciated.

    Adam

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I had the same problem, it turned out to be dust caught just under the plastic at the edge of the screen, a finger nail got it out or you could be fery careful and use a sharp flat knife. hope that helps,

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