Try this it may help. First, reset by pressing both VOLDW & SRC keys at the same time and boot up the system in Test Mode. Display the Touch Adjustment Screen with the SRC key of Car TV remote controller, press center section of the "Cross-font" using adjustment stick. (Upperleft - upper right - lower left)
Note: When conducting the adjustment for the first time, the display position of the cross-cursor may be little off, but the adjustment should be conducted by using the center position of the font.
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It appears the software to display the touch icons became disabled. There are of course ways to re-enable it, but since you did not write whether you got your phone from htc or by any provider, I am not sure which software this is on your device.
A solution (albeit not the quickest one) is to a complete backup of the phone to sd card (there are programs for that, check out spb backup for a start), then doing a hard reset (like re-formatting the device - you can find it on the settings->system menu, it's called something like erase everything). This will revert the phone to factory default (including a working touch icon application) After that you restore the backup to get all your data back. This should solve it.
i will tell u how to handle the situation.
goto help icon on main screen
select menu->applications menu->scroll down,touch settings->from top of page select open settings->
you are into settings menu
select phone->phone mgmt->factory settings
restore your original settings. YOUR PROBLEM IS SOLVED
is there the "calendar" and "contacts" menu buttons on the bottom of the black screen?
that's what would happen to me. i just turned off the touchFLO 3D on the today screen (by going to settings, then today screen options) and it seems to not go black anymore... even after being untouched for hours.
not sure if the same thing is happening to you, but it worked for me.
I had the same problem. What you need to do is clear the waypoint locations from the system. To do this hit the "nav" button, get to destination menu and locate the waypoint icon and touch. Delete all waypoint locations shows up at the bottom. Touch button, which will delete all waypoint locations and it will work again. Just to be safe, I cleared all of my stored locations including previous destinations
Just in case you didn't manage to set the time / date on your tocuh screen thermo clock, I'll try to help you from my experience (no available manual at the moment!).
1. To set the time, touch the clock icon on the upper left corner;
2. Keep touching the screen for longer than 5 seconds, on the hour area;
3. Touch the hour area until you get what you want (if you prefer the 24 hour display style, touch repeatedly until you get the right hour without the AM / PM indicator next to it);
4. Touch the clock icon again to start the clock;
5. Repeat steps 1 to 4 to set up the minutes (the hour area will be replaced by the minutes area);
6. To set the date, tocuh the calendar icon on the left hand side;
7. Keep touching the screen for longer than 5 seconds, on the year area;
8. Touch the year area until you get what you want;
9. Touch the month area until you get what you want;
10. Touch the day area until you get what you want;
11. The screen will reverse to the time display after 5 seconds if no touch.
12. The TEMP (temperature) area, if touched, is toggling between C and Fahrenheit degrees.
P.S. I don't know if it is possible to set an earlier time / date, except touching. I mean, if 2009 is on the screen and you want 2007, you'll keep touching up to 2030 and then from 1901 up to 2007.