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I Have A Motorola Droid And The Right Side Of The Digitizer Wont Respond To Touch.

My Moto G2 touch screen has an issue. One side of my phone's screen is not working perfectly. What can I do for that?

Hey.I need more info,when did the problem start.what were you doing at that time?Did you drop the phone into any liquids?Do you use a smart case?How old is the phone?I want you to run these two apps and post the result (A pic would be nice).LCD SCREEN TESTER - Android Apps on Google PlayScreen Touch Test - Android Apps on Google PlayAlso,try these steps to see if problem gets fixed,Disable ambient display and then - First hop in to settings>display and lights> Enable prevent accidental wake up.Next hop into development> enable force gpu 2d renderingReboot

My Motorola Moto G phone fell down and the glass is broken, the screen is blank in the upper half but the touch works fine all over the screen. Do I need to replace the screen too along with the glass?

A phone has 3 layer display: outer glass screen, A touch transparent layer just below the glass and a LCD screen. LCD is responsible for the display like icons, etc. The glass is for protection and touch is for touch sensitivity. But the touch layer is an extremely thin layer and hence is stuck tightly to the outer glass screen in such a way that you or anyone can't remove it without extremely great care and efforts.Basically for normal users there are only 2 parts of screen: touchscreen with glass and LCD. If your glass is visibly cracked from the outside, then you have to replace that touchscreen even if touch is working as the glass and touch is joined inseparably with glue. If the display is not proper, you have to replace LCD. In your case you have to replace both the touchscreen and LCD as the glass is broken as well as the display is not proper.I suggest that you buy a replacement spare from ebay and repair it yourself watching some video on youtube. The service centre charges 4-5 times the cost of ebay. Also, all electronic products nowadays have removeable parts. you need not solder. All parts are connected with plug-socket connections. It is very easy to remove any part from modern phones. The only part that you may damage is the screen as it is quite thin and sensitive. But since you have already broken it, there is nothing to worry while opening your phone!

What is the problem with my Moto Z Play? The screen doesn’t work but it's still responsive; I can feel the vibrations from the pass code buttons and the start up sound. It wasn’t damaged and white streaks occasionally pop up on parts of the screen.

It sounds like a hardware problem. If your warranty period is over, then you can repair the screen yourself. This is zplay's LCD screen repair video, you can learn video to repair your income, in the video description There is also the original screen of the purchase link, I wish you good luck! Video link:

My phone got wet and touch is not working. What should I do?

Below are some of the tips you should follow when your phone gets wet.Switch the phone off. Once you take out the phone, switch it off. This is very important to prevent short circuits within the phone body. Remove the batteries carefully and let it dry.Remove the SD Cardand the SIM Card.Lightly Dry Off Your Water Damaged Phone and Accessories. Use a completely dry cloth to lightly dab the wet phone and all the components you took out. Do not wipe. This will just cause the water to spread around. Also, don’t use a hair dryer to dry the phone. This may damage the internal components.Put Your Water Damaged Cell Phone in Rice for Three Days. The rice will absorb the liquid from the phone and will also dry it more quickly. Just make sure to use dry rice and feel free to put it in to a Ziploc bag or container.Once you’ve waited three days for your phone to dry put it back together and try to turn it on. If it doesn’t work then try replacing the battery. If that doesn’t work take it to the store and see if there is anything else you can do.

What causes ghost-touch on some smart phones with touch screens?

It depends on when it happens. If it only happens when you’re charging, it’s usually the result of using a poor-quality or damaged charger with too much ripple on the output. Try the charger and cable that came with the phone.If it happens when on batteries, it could be a dirty screen, or faulty digitizer.

If a phone has ghost touch issues and a small part of the screen is unresponsive, does the whole display assembly need to be changed?

Actually, it may only need to have the touchscreen / digitizer replaced…However, replacing only the digitizer / touchscreen is risky (as in risk or breaking the display or unresponsive touchscreen even after replacement). Therefore it is recommended to replace the entire display along with the digitizer / touchscreen.

Does a tempered glass (used for screen protection of mobile) affect the responsiveness of a touchscreen?

Well, the tempered glass essentially adds an extra layer of cover glass on top of the existing one.The extent of the impact it will have on the sensitivity of the sensor has to do with the material the tempered glass it’s made of (different materials have different relative permittivities) and its thickness (the thicker it is, the more impact it will have).For thin tempered glasses, you can assume that there won’t be a noticeable change. For thicker, plastic cover glasses you may see the sensor’s performance worsen,You can find a pretty detailed analysis in this article, under the Combining layers of cover glass section.If you’re interested in how the material & thickness cover glass affects the performance of the sensor, you can find more here.

Why does the mobile screen of phones becomes unresponsive when plugged?

there are variations in frequency of the AC supply in trains. The high frequency components of the AC are not filtered out by charger and DC ground level also get shifted.So now we can get to the basics of how capacitive touch works. Capacitive senors works on principle of capacitive coupling which takes human body capacitance as an input and senses it and there is a change in flow of current through the capacitor. So in all its a capacitor which works on Principle of DC charging and discharging. So when it detects an AC noise passing through it gets totally screwed up allowing all the noise component of current to pass though it and giving out some erratic response. Hence some crap thing gets selected in your smartphone.