Touch screen has been losing calibration over past month now has stopped working completley. Can't input or extract data without using nav keys. Started when fell out of top pocket onto car floor, not a hard fall but wondered if the touchscreen had a plug inside or something that could have started to come lose. Product is 1 1/2 years old and has been cared for like a baby. Really annoyed if it is broken as expected long term use by quality manufacturer. This should not be the case on this item would appreciate any help available.
I have a tx and have heard of this problem happening. Try hotsyncing to make a backup, then copy your folder so you backup is in a safe place. Then do a hard reset to put it back to factory default. Charge it fully and then run the digitizer again. The reason I suggest these steps is sometimes bad applications can muck with the screen sensitivity. If that doesn't work it may be a hardware problem. Hope it's still under warranty.
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Dont kno if "Impression" is similar to "Omnia" but 'REMOTE SCREEN ALIGNMENT' program installed on PC skips 'align screen' on your phone. Also "welcome.not" (made in notepad) & pasted into your root files. A REGISTRY EDITOR will allow you to input the touchscreen configuration numbers manually. Of course, none of these will be much good if you dont have 'Windows" phone or cant access your Registry!!
If all this fails, ASK 'XDA DEVELOPERS', or 'MoDaCo'.
Well watch this video and after you follow the directions get the screen and find the glass like cover and remove it from the screen bend it in a very lightly way, then put it back on and put the PDA back together and BAM.