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    Default re-calibrate screen?

    The right 1/4" of my screen has no touch input. Visually, everything is normal. Is there a way to re-calibrate my screen? or is this a warranty issue?
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    You could try recalibrating the touchscreen by going to Menu, Settings, Language & keyboard, Touch Input, Text Input, under Finger touch precision, choose Calibration tool or even Reset calibration. If it still happens, you may have a bad screen which should be covered under warranty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synycalwon View Post
    You could try recalibrating the touchscreen by going to Menu, Settings, Language & keyboard, Touch Input, Text Input, under Finger touch precision, choose Calibration tool or even Reset calibration. If it still happens, you may have a bad screen which should be covered under warranty.
    i dont have the touch input option on my phone how do i calabrate my android with out this option
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    Quote Originally Posted by delannas View Post
    i dont have the touch input option on my phone how do i calabrate my android with out this option
    The Thunderbolt should always have this option. Are you running stock or aftermarket firmware?


    From the home screen:
    - Menu
    - Settings
    - Language & Keyboard (5th from the bottom)
    - Touch Input (this should be way down at the bottom, under all your keyboards)
    - Text Input (right about the middle of the list)
    - Calibration Tool and Reset calibration are the last two options.
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    Make sure you're holding your phone is in the portrait position. If not you will not see the calibrate and reset options.
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    I have a similar problem. However mine only affects the O, K, and M keys when trying to type. It is very frustrating, but I'm trying to deal with it until the next big HTC phone comes out.
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    Default Re: re-calibrate screen?

    I had the same problem with my 1st tb after a year the lower left was dead in spots I had to get a replacement from vzn
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    .I go to language and keyboard and theres no touch and text input anywhere. is there any other way i can recalibrate my screen without having to take it in. i have a droid 2.
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    jemcsb, you are asking this in the HTC Thunderbolt forum.
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    I tried to calibrate my screen, failed to get by the "o" in brown. I tried to reset to the factory settings. That portion of the screen, the whole right 1/4 inch in profile position, is unresponsive. Presumably, that means that I need a new screen or phone?

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