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@autzen if this only applies to your mom and if everybody else can use it properly, then the issue is not your work or the display. Somehow your mom has trouble with the capacitive layers of the touch screen. You can of course replace it one more time, but this time use a different vendor and see if that makes a difference. There may be some interrupt between your mom and those layers. Weird and would love to hear more about it.
=== Update (01/26/2020) ===
-@autzen okay just read some interesting studies on something they refer to as “Zombie Finger” Check [https://www.consumerreports.org/cro/news/2015/06/zombie-finger-and-touchscreens/index.htm|this out]. Keep your mom but replace the screen one more time. I bet it’s an aftermarket supplier issue.
+@autzen okay just read some interesting studies on something they refer to as “Zombie Finger” Check [https://www.consumerreports.org/cro/news/2015/06/zombie-finger-and-touchscreens/index.htm|this out]. Keep your mom but replace the screen one more time. I bet it’s an aftermarket supplier issue. Check your phone setup and see if you can change the sensitivity of the touchscreen anywhere in the menu.

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@autzen if this only applies to your mom and if everybody else can use it properly, then the issue is not your work or the display. Somehow your mom has trouble with the capacitive layers of the touch screen. You can of course replace it one more time, but this time use a different vendor and see if that makes a difference. There may be some interrupt between your mom and those layers. Weird and would love to hear more about it.
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+=== Update (01/26/2020) ===
+@autzen okay just read some interesting studies on something they refer to as “Zombie Finger” Check [https://www.consumerreports.org/cro/news/2015/06/zombie-finger-and-touchscreens/index.htm|this out]. Keep your mom but replace the screen one more time. I bet it’s an aftermarket supplier issue.

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-@autzen if this only applies to your mom and if everybody else can use it properly, the issue is not you work or the display. Somehow your mom has trouble with the capacitive layers of the touch screen. You can of course replace it one more time, but this time use a different vendor and see if that makes a difference. There may be some interrupt between your mom and those layers. Weird and would love to hear more about it.
+@autzen if this only applies to your mom and if everybody else can use it properly, then the issue is not your work or the display. Somehow your mom has trouble with the capacitive layers of the touch screen. You can of course replace it one more time, but this time use a different vendor and see if that makes a difference. There may be some interrupt between your mom and those layers. Weird and would love to hear more about it.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: oldturkey03 ,

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@autzen if this only applies to your mom and if everybody else can use it properly, the issue is not you work or the display. Somehow your mom has trouble with the capacitive layers of the touch screen. You can of course replace it one more time, but this time use a different vendor and see if that makes a difference. There may be some interrupt between your mom and those layers. Weird and would love to hear more about it.

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