HTC Sens' XL Screen ProblemsSupport

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  1. Mattydev

    Mattydev New Member

    Within the past few months of getting my HTC Sensation XL I have encountered several problems.
    Firstly, when i am using the phone casually (ie, not pressing anything just checking the time or reading a message) the screen jitters.
    Secondly, when i am typing a message (email or text) the phone starts entering in other letters.

    The thing is this has occurred in two completely different phones, as when using the first the LCD screen cracked and i had to send it off to be replaced, which was then returned with a broken speaker, so they have sent me back a new phone which has been coming up with the above problems again.

    Do you guys have any advice/help you can give me please?

  2. Rush

    Rush {<>}~{<>}

    Hi Mattydev,

    Welcome aboard. Sorry to hear that you're having problems with your device. It's not uncommon to have the same problem on two different devices.

    Are you installing the same applications you had before on your previous device? If so, it is likely that one of the installed app might gone rogue. If a reset doesn't fix this problem - then you might have to get this one replace as well.

    Best of luck.
  3. Puhi87

    Puhi87 New Member

    Hi I had the same problem with my brand new HTC also. I'm not sure what the issue is exactly but I do know how to stop it indefinitely. It's the simplest thing in the world which I seemed to stumble upon....a screen protector. Now I had the cheap ones (which leave bubbles) - I don't recommend them. They come off when the phone is in your pocket.

    Today I just bought a military made screen protector from carphone warehouse (and I am sure you can get them online) - I can't post the link yet but it's www dot zagg dot com - They are made for loads of devices and actually, the universal size one is the exact right size for the HTC XL. It will stop your screen doing the annoying thing and even though they can fit it for you, it's easy enough to do yourself (and they charge

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