Wonky touch screen while plugged in
04-17-2016 01:38 AM
- So I've had this issue with both a DROID 3 and a DROID 4. While plugged in and charging, the touch screen becomes very buggy. Either it ghosts or misreads touch inputs or simply doesn't work at all. Does this happen to anyone else and is there a known fix? Kinda aggravating being unable to use the phone without unplugging it every time07-19-2012 03:52 PM
- Yes this happens to me on my Droid X and Droid 4 if i use a NON Motorola Charger.
Most aftermarket charges are not regulated very will and have a lot of noise on the charge voltage and as such it causes all kinds of problems with the Motorola line of phones. I have also heard reports of Samsung and LG phones doing similar things.
Make sure you use a Motorola Charger.07-20-2012 06:52 AM
If it is an older charger like one that only puts out 400-450 ma that may also cause a problem as it really needs more than that to charge properly.07-20-2012 01:22 PM
- I always assumed that it was a loose connection in the charging port. It happens from time to time to me, but if I hold onto the charger's cable where it connects to the phone it seems to not have a problem. I usually only see this when it's plugged in for awhile and I have to pattern unlock.
I have had this happen on the chargers that came with my D4 and my D2 (when used with the D4), as well as a couple of off-brand chargers.07-24-2012 03:44 PM
- There's no fix to this issue. It basically comes down to if the charger and your phone want to be friendly with one another. I've had similar issues with my Droid 4 wanting to install MotoCast every 15 seconds, when I have it installed already. Maybe I'll see if I can work-out an app to fix this issue, being these are the things I do.. hack/fix phones. ;] I will re-post here if I create a fix.11-18-2012 10:37 PM
- I know this thread is a little old, but I wanted to bump to see if anyone else had any info on it. I am experiencing the same thing, however it isn't just when charging, it appears to be happening when the phone gets very low on battery and is then plugged in. The issue persists for some time after unplugging it as well, which is a real pia. This started about a month ago, and is avoidable if I don't let the battery get that low, but I'm lazy and don't pay enough attention to have that be effective lol.02-04-2013 01:37 PM
- This might be due to an older electrical system in your home or building. I have this problem in all the outlets of my 1929 condo but my coworker only has it on his outlets in an older wing of his house. It does not happen at my 1980s construction office either. I looked up this thread to see if anyone has a solution, but apparently not. Would be interesting to know if my conjecture is right and if there is a filter or something that could be used on the electrical plug to prevent this.06-14-2013 06:24 PM
- I finally fixed mine after a couple of months playing about. A bit drastic but it works for me. I spliced a wire into the negative DC lead from the charger and led it alongside the charger lead, taping them together at intervals to AC earth, in the mains plug.06-26-2015 07:58 AM
- I've been having this issue occur and I've read several articles about the issue occuring on multiple phones. There are several possible issues that it could be; a. Bad charger (improper connection causing static surges in phone, weak charger), b. Software bug (some believe it's virus related or just bad protocols) c. Hardware bug (screen cables, touch screen, bad sensors.) People have done everything from factory resets to throwing the phone or other device across the room with explicit language. If it is doing it only when on charge it is charger related, try replacing your charger or trying other outlets or taking it to another building all together to try to boil it down to any of those, check cable for damage, usb chargers try using a different base to connect to, different cords, so forth all items have different outputs even made by the same company and it could be something as little as the cord isn't able to send enough charge or is sending too much charge.04-17-2016 01:38 AM
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