UMI eMAX Touch screen issue + Ghost touch issue

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Post time 2015-11-21 08:45:19 | Show all posts
I have the same problem, more, the three bottom row of the keyboard

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Post time 2015-12-2 06:44:53 | Show all posts
Edited by Ndruu at 2015-12-11 03:31 \n\nI experienced this problem and the two solutions i found that worked for me:
1. Grab the four corners of the phone and give it a little twist (don't apply much or too much force!)   No, don't do that, it won't help.
2. Restarting the phone always helped but this is the longer solution.

Edit: Actually, in my case this ghost touch issue was getting worse over time. I tried resetting, flashing new ROM, nothing helped.
Today i removed the hardened glass screen protector, put on some cheap foil, and looks like the problem is gone -i really hope so-. knock-knock-knock


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Post time 2015-12-11 22:50:08 | Show all posts
Ndruu replied at 2015-12-2 06:44
Edited by Ndruu at 2015-12-11 03:31 \n\nI experienced this problem and the two solutions i found th ...

Hi, Removing the tempered glass has disappeared the problem ???

Thx, Maxbass

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Post time 2015-12-22 03:10:11 | Show all posts
Hi everyone,  I've read through all the posts and I will look into the static issue.

My phone was perfect at first.  No trouble for months then the ghost touch started, right after I told someone on a forum that I didn't have any issues with it!

I looked on this site a while back and saw the recommendation to put on the 'show touches' option in the input section of the developer area.  This showed me that when the phone was held horizontally to type that the affected area was the space covered by the letters v,b and n.  When I am on blogs and scrolling down, the ghost touch will occur here and acts as if I had swiped the screen to go onto the next page.  Very annoying.  When I am typing horizontally only the letter b gets inserted into words, not v or n.

I tried reinstalling but this didn't work.  I tried flashing a new rom (manofwar) and the issue disappeared for about 2 weeks but then came back again.  It is intermittent as others have said.

I would rather not pay to get it sent back but it seems like the easiest option.

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Post time 2015-12-25 22:39:33 | Show all posts
As I said somewhere before. It is touch screen hardware  problem.  Ghost typing mostly dissapear if you press  the screen firmly down as you want to clean it. I am planning to put the phone under some heavy books for a while. This problem with a phone is so annoying that sometimes I do not care if I break the phone. Shit.

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Post time 2016-1-14 06:02:10 | Show all posts
bencebacsi replied at 2015-11-10 19:13
I know, this is a very long thread, so that's hard to get through the whole topic, but I told you mu ...

You can try to do this: go to SETTINGS-developer options-SELECT RUNTIME and switch from DALVIK to ART.  
For now I didn't noticed eny ghost touch problem.

Post time 2016-1-14 08:35:19 | Show all posts
That must be an accidental coincidence. Changing the runtime from dalvik to ART can slightly increase the performance, but has nothing to do the with the touch screen.

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Post time 2016-1-14 15:26:03 | Show all posts
bencebacsi replied at 2016-1-14 08:35
That must be an accidental coincidence. Changing the runtime from dalvik to ART can slightly increas ...

But for me it works.

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Post time 2016-1-15 00:51:34 | Show all posts
Guys. I've done a little research on this and. It's usually not a software problem. Sometimes the makers of the phones (usually with the cheap Chinese ones like these) they forget/don't use proper techniques for insulating the screen digitizer. Which means you will end up getting a short. Causing the ghost touches. (When the phone gets cold it gets worse) If you take the phone apart and insulate the screen digitizer with electrical tape or something it should fix it.

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Post time 2016-1-29 06:25:28 | Show all posts
Edited by ursusc360 at 2016-1-29 06:27 \n\n Edited by ursusc360 at 2016-1-29 06:26 \n\nI disasembled the phone, insuleting every wire, stripe, by insuleting tape. And nothing change, same thing like before. Any idea?
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