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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by whittlem, Nov 28, 2010.

  1. whittlem

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    When I text "unplugged" (power cord) the touch screen is normal, responsive, and usable. When I text "plugged" in, the screen acts like there is a "force field" on top of it, in other words I have to put more pressure on the screen to be able to use the on screen keyboard. Haven't noticed it on surfing or doing other things, just the onscreen keyboard. It just started recently and just seems weird. I have the HTC EVO, pretty much standard, normal updates, etc. Haven't updated anything in a couple of weeks, but this just started. Not a show stopper but a little annoying is all.
     

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    Mine does that as well, but it seems only when its above about 90% charged... annoying
     
  3. Mr. Ed

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    Are you using the stock charger or and aftermarket one? I have only experienced this on a few aftermarket chargers
     
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    It's a grounding issue. Some chargers exhibit the issue worse than others. Some users report better with OEM charger, while some report better with aftermarket charger. Try a different one and see.
     
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