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    The area outlined by the red line in the picture indicates the part on the screen that is not responsive to touches. Not sure whether it's a hardware or software problem. No physical damage found though.

    Tried restoring, it didn't help. Also tried to replace 1.1.1 general.plist into my 1.1.2 general.plist for the touch sensitivity adjustment, when i slide to 16, it really goes less sensitivity, when i slide to 0, it still the same..
    Source: HERE

    But someone from another forum told me that this is surely software problem, but he have no time to teach me how to do it.. Any solution?



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    if heard of this before..

    if youve tried everything apart from replacing the screen i sujest you replace the screen

    www.pdaparts.com sell the screen for a god price and theres a video on there showing you how to take apart the phone and fitting the screen


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    It could probably be the hardware problem.... I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellmoxo View Post
    if heard of this before..

    if youve tried everything apart from replacing the screen i sujest you replace the screen

    www.pdaparts.com sell the screen for a god price and theres a video on there showing you how to take apart the phone and fitting the screen


    thanks
    mitch
    Oppss not all touch screen problem are hardware related right now i have same problem, i tried 3 different LCD panel but didnt work.

    right now im looking forward for this problem any smart ideas are welcome here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeCode View Post
    Oppss not all touch screen problem are hardware related right now i have same problem, i tried 3 different LCD panel but didnt work.

    right now im looking forward for this problem any smart ideas are welcome here.
    Have you tried to adjust the touch sensitive?


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    Quote Originally Posted by edkiasu View Post
    Have you tried to adjust the touch sensitive?
    Yes..

    i think this is LCD compatibility issue, i found out that there are two types of LCD ribbon another one with green ribbon and another one is brown.

    And that fixes my problem and it works

 

 

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