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

  1. blueocean

    blueocean Lurker
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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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  2. jaaadey

    jaaadey Lurker

    Yup, I have the same problem, really annoying, so I only charge at night now!
     
  3. blueocean

    blueocean Lurker
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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.
     
  4. hpyung

    hpyung Lurker

    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
     
  5. blueocean

    blueocean Lurker
    Thread Starter

    i guess it is the voltage problem. If anyone has a solution for this, please post it here... appreciate it vy much.
     
  6. bakili

    bakili Member

    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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  7. blueocean

    blueocean Lurker
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    Both the charger n cable are from the HTC box itself n it is with the tag "htc"... how come??? =(
     
  8. sombanerjee4

    sombanerjee4 Newbie

    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.
     
  9. jaaadey

    jaaadey Lurker


    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!
     
  10. thtl

    thtl Newbie

    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.
     
  11. sdrawkcab25

    sdrawkcab25 Extreme Android User

    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.
     
  12. blueocean

    blueocean Lurker
    Thread Starter

    any idea on how to solve this issue?
     
  13. sdrawkcab25

    sdrawkcab25 Extreme Android User

    new phone was the only fix I've seen.
     
  14. codeine

    codeine Lurker

    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
     
  15. jaaadey

    jaaadey Lurker

    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 :(
     
  16. Bagbug

    Bagbug Member

    nope. I often use the phone while charging the battery and I cant see any difference.
     
  17. robbiec

    robbiec Newbie

    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.
     
  18. 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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