whenever i have the device plugged into via USB it doesn't respond well to touch based commands. anyone else deal with this??
I always experience difficulty with the touchscreen, when I am charging...period, especially when battery life gets above 80%.
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When plugged in the electrons in your device become super excited, and unable to contain themselves, bounce up under your touchscreen, screaming "Yeah!" (you can hear them if you put your ear real close). This agitation effect of the touchscreen causes temporary inaccuracy and instability.
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Yeah, this seems to be normal.
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Get your phone away from any RF would be my first suggestion. Curious if you are using the USB cord that came with the phone or some other after market cable. If you plug it into the wall charger, with the same USB cord, does it still happen? And if it still happens are you using the charging adapter that came with the phone?
im not the person you are asking... but yes to all of the above with all stock cord, plug, ect.
also had this happen with the OG and DX. Seems to just be "one of those things"
It could happen when your power source doesn't have the recommended juice to charge your phone.
I'm very use to this with my iPhone when it's plugged into a weak inverter.
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