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  1. Was about to say I haven't noticed it since Aug 18, but the issue reoccurred today...
  2. Follow up: it happened again, this time after using dumb chargers only, also LOS18.1. Battery was below 50%. I'll start recording battery % and uptime before each charge to see if there's a pattern.
  3. Managed to find some time to re-glue the screen with B-7000, which works nicely. Left the phone under a stack of books overnight and just rubbed the overflowed glue residue off with my fingers. Also, I forgot who had the idea of adding a diffuser to the notification LED window, but thank you. I added a bit of magic tape to it and it's a much better look now.
  4. Can say that the same thing happened to me twice in the past week. Only happened after I used a USB-C PD charger, hasn't happened again when using "dumb" chargers in the past 3 days. Kind of tempted to say it's a software issue. 🤷‍♂️ Will keep an eye on it.
  5. That might be a loose flex connector, provided that the USB cable isn't damaged. For the record, my device didn't have any issues charging with the cable at different angles.
  6. Yes, indeed, removed the old strip and cleaned the frame with isopropyl alcohol before applying the new adhesive tape, which was also cut to size. Thanks for the tip, I'll give the B-7000 glue a shot.
  7. I'm having the same problem, used the 3M tape, left it under a couple of heavy books for 2 days but one corner is still popping up.
  8. Got aliexpress replacement display and replaced the faulty one successfully. Can confirm, no more ghost touches. Such a relief to get the keyboard back.
  9. I see a lot of damaged devices at work and I've never come across a digitiser fault without the display or glass substrate being damaged. But as they say, there's a first time for everything. I'd be interested in knowing the frequency of this type of damage in phones with curved screens vs flat screens vs the Pro1.
  10. Thanks @Hook and @vvv So I contacted support, who are saying that they've investigated this type of failure and they've determined it's caused by some sort of impact that has damaged the touch layer, but not the OLED layer. As such, it's not covered under warranty...I'm not going to argue the point because I can't prove what caused the malfunction either way. Annoying, but that's life I guess. I've migrated to using my spare phone because the random touch inputs are making my Pro1 unusable. ☹️ In any case, I've ordered 2 replacement displays from aliexpress, which are cheaper t
  11. Another one to add to the list. Mine started doing the same thing today, exact same symptoms. @vvv How's your aliexpress replacement screen doing?
  12. Should have stayed on LOS17....Storage Access Framework/Scoped Storage is a pain Edit: Everything else works as expected though, so there's that I guess.
  13. The researchers specifically mention MSM8998 which is the Snapdragon 835. https://research.checkpoint.com/2021/security-probe-of-qualcomm-msm/
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