I have a Moto Droid and I had stock installed.I tried to install kfazz's jelly bean rom. I got a loop bootscreen. I reinstalled my backed up rom and the touchscreen is unresponsive. Help please?
My OG Droid touchscreen finally stopped responding, but I want to see if there is a way to still use it as a gauge display in my car (using Torque).
The main issue is that I did a reset on it (hoping the issue was software related) and now I am stuck at the "Welcome to Droid - Touch the android to begin" screen which I can't bypass - keep in mind, the touchscreen is not working.
Hi I am very new to android tablet, was tempted to update my allwinner A10 KNC brand model MD902 to Jelly bean from ICS after watchin a video on youtube. I updated through cyanogenmod recovery using the 22 August update. It has updated but touchscreen and volume button :confused:not working! I have not backed up the stock firmware.
In November, the original DROID turns three. That makes it officially “long in the tooth” when it comes to smartphones. It’s the phone that really put Android on the map, and for that it holds a special place in many developers’ hearts.
Hello i just received my tx2z-1300, i am trying to get the touchscreen working, i followed the how to and got a semi functional touchscreen, my kernel version is 2.6.31-16 i used the -15 version to patch, now my problem is that the touchscreen does not work accurately and does not accept stylus input.
So... I flashed the stock Sprint RUU to my HTC One with unlocked bootloader and S-On. The phone boots fine but when I get to my lock screen, my touchscreen is unresponsive. Completely. I have tried different RUU's with no success. Wtf am I doing wrong?
I'd like some clarification on flashing a new kernel and a compatible jelly bean rom on my galaxy s2, I've only flashed it once previously through ODIN with a stock rooted ICS rom and flashed a modem file via ODIN also.
I think I need to install CWM in order to access potential kernels, perhaps siyah or team skyfire?
Today I took my mytouch 3g apart to install a new trackball and when I put it all back together the touchscreen doesnt work. If i take the back off and undo some of the screws, the touchscreen works perfectly. If I screw everything together and snap the backplate on, the touchscreen doesn't work. Any suggestions?
Time for the news that owners of the DROID RAZR HD and MAXX HD have been waiting for: Jelly Bean has been approved for those devices and will begin rolling out in phases beginning next week per news straight from Verizon:
Friday, Nov. 30: DROID RAZR HD and DROID RAZR MAXX HD by Motorola are the next smartphones to be upgraded to Android 4.1, Jelly Bean.
I am running Ubuntu 13.04 on a Thinkpad X201 with a Wacom Touchscreen. The touchscreen seems to work fine, but upon resume after suspending, the touchscreen does not work. It actually doesn't even show up when I run:
I initially had Ubuntu 12.10 on this laptop but these issues only came into existence once I upgraded to the latest release.