Why does my Galaxy Note 4 screen sometimes not respond to touch?

SalGuarnera

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Galaxy Note 4 screen sometimes does not respond to touch

My Samsung Galaxy Note 4 works perfectly fine. Sometimes, when I turn it on, it will not respond to my fingers. When this happens, I try the stylus, and it works fine. I reset my phone, and it works will both my fingers and the sylus. Then, it will eventually only work with the stylus. I reset my settings, and it responded to my touch for around 10 hours. Then, it would only work with the stylus. This time, it eventually worked with my fingers and I did not restart the phone. My question is, is this some bug or is my digitizer really screwy.
 

Canz67

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Re: Galaxy Note 4 screen sometimes does not respond to touch

Sounds like a bug but first did you increase screen sensitivity in settings under display?
 

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Re: Galaxy Note 4 screen sometimes does not respond to touch

It has to be a bug. If resetting resolved the issue temporarily then something is wrong. I'll suggest exchanging it if you still can or try a different ROM if you are into rooting.

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ramzibakir

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Re: Galaxy Note 4 screen sometimes does not respond to touch

I have the same problem, I changed my Note 4 after using it one week. The new one I got started the same thing the next day !
 

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Re: Galaxy Note 4 screen sometimes does not respond to touch

Try doing a factory reset, and don't install any apps until you use it for a little bit. If it works without any issues, load your apps one at a time and use them for a little bit before you install the next one.

If you are still having the problems after doing a reset, take it back to your carrier for warranty support.
 

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You could also try starting the phone in Safe Mode before resorting to a factory reset. Safe mode will disable 3rd party apps so it might be able to tell you if an app is the problem.
 

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