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  1. mal5z's Avatar
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    Is anyone experiencing a problem with the touchscreen losing its calibration after every soft reset? Everything is fine until a reset. After it reboots, though, the screen reacts about half an inch above wherever I press. Once I recalibrate, it's fine again, but I don't want to recalibrate after every reset.
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    Yes I had that problem several times,,,, but not consistently.
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    Weird. I'm getting it every time.
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    Further to my post about having to recalibrate the touchscreen after every reset: It turns out that the problem has gone away now that I've elected to have the system time set automatically by the network.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal5z
    Is anyone experiencing a problem with the touchscreen losing its calibration after every soft reset? Everything is fine until a reset. After it reboots, though, the screen reacts about half an inch above wherever I press. Once I recalibrate, it's fine again, but I don't want to recalibrate after every reset.

    Yup - I've seen that intermittently. (EDIT) - seems you're right - happens after a soft reset.
    Last edited by stuartr; 06/01/2006 at 01:56 PM.
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    Same here!
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    I have had that problem intermittently too, but not a half inch, usually just a quarter inch or so.
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    add me to the list ... does not matter for me whether system time is set by the network or not
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    hrm... pretty sure me too O_x
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    samething with me. had a soft reset throwing up LPJ (causes a lot of resets on the 700 sad face)...but each time it came back up...had to recalibrate.
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    same here
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    not me...
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    I wouldn't have noticed it as being to weird but the fact that it is a huge 1/3 inch (at least) really threw me off!
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    Anyone know whats causing this? I get it after every reset.
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    Same here...
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    It's been suggested above that turning on Date & Time Network Syncing will solve the issue.

    Go to Prefs, select Date & Time, then check the 'Get date & time from mobile network.'

    See if that solves your problem. If it does, please post back about your experiences so we can better define the problem.
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    I originally had both "get time" and "get timezone" checked. However, after unckecking "get timezone" the problem has disappeared.
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    I originally had both "get time" and "get timezone" checked. However, after unckecking "get timezone" the problem has disappeared.
    I confirm that this worked for me... Thank you! It was really getting to be a pain to have to recalibrate the touchscreen after every reset... especially since it seems to want to reset randomly at times...

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    This does not work on my VZW 700P.
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    Worked for me on Sprint 700p, nice find
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