My son's Droid X2 has a "dead" zone on the touch screen, about 1/2" vertical, across the entire width of the screen. I say "dead" because taps/touches in that area of the screen do register - just not where they should. Taps in that area register either above or below this "dead" zone. I tested the screen using Multi-Touch test and found that while dragging my finger into the "dead" zone, the tracking lines stop following my finger (but stay active - indicating a detected touch), and as I get to the middle of the "dead" zone, a touch registers on the other side, while the first touch is still registering. So when touching the middle of the "dead" zone, two touches are registered. The fact that this zone has clearly defined boundaries makes me think it's a hardware issue, but the fact that touches register in that zone at all makes me think it might be something simple. Any suggestions? Is there ANY chance that a factory reset might help? MODS: I'm considering this to be a general touch screen issue not specifically related to the device model, so I posted in the Lounge rather than a device-specific forum.