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2014-01-15 07:28 PM
Can't believe how widespread this issue is and there's not even a response from Sony. The touchscreen issue is being discussed here, on other forums, on Twitter, and not even a single acknowledgement. Makes me wonder if Sony knows this is a hardware issue and just wants to keep mum about it hoping users don't realize there is a problem. This could result in a class action lawsuit if enough owners are pissed about this issue.
I'm seriously considering never purchasing Sony products ever again and can't recommend this phone to anyone I know, solely because of this touchscreen issue.
2014-01-16 04:43 AM - edited 2014-01-16 04:43 AM
I have found a forum has the procedure to trigger the bug.
And there is still no solution, but I think you may show this when you are talking to sony center.
1, Open any drawing app
2, turn off the screen
3, touch the screen and hold until the end of procedure
4, unlock the screen using another finger
5, move the hold finger
2014-01-16 07:14 AM
2014-01-16 10:22 AM
Hey, could someone make a video of the way to reproduce this issue, as explained above? That link is in Chinese and kind of hard to explain, even with google translate. Thanks.
2014-01-16 02:51 PM - edited 2014-01-20 09:48 AM
I just got news that there will be a fix for the touch screen in the next software update that should solve this.
2014-01-16 06:34 PM
This is good news. (Although my phone is already in the repair center, been there for 3 weeks)
But... if it is a software issue, than how can this video be explained:
The person is reproducing the bug by touching the metal frame on the sides of the phone. So how can a software issue be related to the aluminium framing of the phone's body?