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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by xguy, Oct 28, 2010.

  1. xguy

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    Hi, I have a HTC Incredible 2.2 that I have to slap and beat to drag the screen down to answer and sometimes miss calls. I called Verizon tech and he fixed it over the phone. Now I don't have to beat and slap dragging the screen down to answer. It now works as it should displaying "answer or decline" when receiving a call, so I don't have to drag down the screen to answer.

    However I noticed every time I use Pdanet, the problems start all over again. I submitted my problem to Pdanet and they said they were extremely busy since they were so popular and if they didn't have a solution they would not respond. Needless to say, I'm not looking for a reply. I know it has everthing to do with Pdanet since my phone only does it when I connect to my computer.

    If anyone has any answers, I would greatly appreciate it.

    Thanks :thinking:
     

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    First, you shouldnt be "slapping and beating" your phone. That just makes it worse. Second, an app like pdanet has nothing to do with the screen. It sounds like a hardware problem with your digitizer. Take it to verizon and get a replacement.
     
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    I totally agree but that is the only way I can take a call. Yes it may be a hardware problem, but after two times of Verizon correcting the problem and it works great UNTIL I use pdanet and the problem starts all over again. Just seems strange that after I connect to my laptop.....coincidence?? Don't know.

    Thanks! :)
     
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    Again, unless they replaced the hardware, they didnt fix the problem. They just masked the problem for a short time.
     
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    Thanks Sitlet, I will bring it to Verizon in the morning. Can you tell me how I delete or remove pdanet? I think that may be against their policy.
     
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    One, it's not against their policy. Two, it uninstalls just like any other app...
     
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    Any app, workaround, or process to use your phone's internet on a pc, laptop, or other device via USB or other means (bluetooth, wifi, etc) is against Verizon's ToS.

    Just throwin that out there... :cool:
     

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