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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by blueocean, Jun 7, 2011.

  1. blueocean

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    Anyone faced the same problem as mine? When i am charging my HTC Incredible S, the screen turn out to be not sensitive. I have to press harder than normal.
     

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    Yup, I have the same problem, really annoying, so I only charge at night now!
     
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    other incredible s users, do you face this problem too?

    i wondered if it is the battery, charger or the phone itself that caused this problem.
     
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    When I charged it in HK, I experienced this problem.
    When I came back to Canada, the problem was gone.
    BUT this was when my phone was still 2.2.1
    Now that I've updated to Gingerbread, it's a little less sensitive than normal
     
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    i guess it is the voltage problem. If anyone has a solution for this, please post it here... appreciate it vy much.
     
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    Are you guys using genuine charges?
    Mine all HTC did this when not genuine charger was used, as soon i plug genuine charger it works fine.
     
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    Both the charger n cable are from the HTC box itself n it is with the tag "htc"... how come??? =(
     
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    i am facing the same problem since today..it was working fine til now...today in the morning when i connected my IS to my laptop as a disk drive.. the screen just stopped responding...any suggestions?
    i had to press harder than usual to click anything on the screen.
     
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    Im using a genuine charger.. mine has done it ever since I got it.. and not just a little bit either, I have to unplug it to type a message because it misses pretty much 2/3 of the letters!
     
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    Is your power source connected to anything else? My IS's screen sensitivity was messed up when I plug it into a power source where another power supply - a transformer for my notebook PC.
     
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    The problem has to do with the grounding of the phone, the original HTC Incredible in the US had/has the same problem on some units. It's technically a defect.
     
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    any idea on how to solve this issue?
     
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    new phone was the only fix I've seen.
     
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    I support this comment. This happens with the non-genuine chargers. I have an original charger and I do not face this problem. I bought a duplicate charger and I face a problem with that
     
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    Like I said before, mine is a genuine charger.

    No, mines plugged directly into the socket. I changed power points and tried to charge directly from my PC but still the same problem :(
     
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    nope. I often use the phone while charging the battery and I cant see any difference.
     
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    I've noticed this a couple of times recently too. It happened just now while my phone is charging via USB cable from the laptop.

    Both times it's happened, restarting the phone has cleared it - it's still charging now and the screen is very responsive again.

    Wierd.
     
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    I had the same problem and I realised the phone was getting quite hot as well so I think it's the fact the phone is heating up and the touch screen is getting confused by that but I'm not sure. Only solution to that is keep it cool I suppose
     

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