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HELP! Touchscreen stopped working

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So, today my Liquid mt froze up. I turned it off, factory reset, etc etc; it boots up fine, no loss of services, everything works as it should, i get notifications, etc, apart from the touch screen. This is strange as apart form the freeze it was working fine just before i switched it off.

So, my question is, is it completely screwed forever, or is there a way of rectifying it?sad.gif

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try putting it in a bowl of rice overnight, if that fails, i guess make use of your warranty maybe?

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It didn't get wet or anything, it just froze up. i'm just hoping it hasn't shorted. bugger.

i think i may have to claim on the warranty, but will have to revert to stock rom first & i'm not sure how to do that without activating usb debugging. i could try to put the sd card in another phone first i spose to get the rom on there.

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You don't need to have usb debugging on. Just set rom on you microsd then use recovery by setting your phone off and use camera focus + volume up + power then use home button to go up menu to go down search to select and < to go back

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You can revert to stock tomorrow easily using adt tool

Sent from my Liquid MT using Tapatalk

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they all need usb debugging, except of flashing acer_ug folder via sd dload mode(vol down+camera+power)

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