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Blackstone Touchscreen Fully Fixed
Do you have a HTC Blackstone using Android kernels and have problems with your screen? Or typing on the keyboard is very slow? XDA member camro posted about the work of another XDA member OliWe. The developer posted a series of fixes to get your screen working as it should. Fixes like wrong pointer and calibration are fully corrected as well as added the long press for hardware key, all of this installing the new kernel provided.
So, if your Blackstone is having such issues step in and try it, some members already reported back with great results.
Originally posted by camro
GREATEST NEWS !!! – touchscreen fully fixed by OliWe
HI, i want to inform you that my friend OliWe fixed:
.) FIXED: touchscreen calibration (don’t forget to remove the old ts_calibrate file from sdcard.
.) FIXED: touchscreen wrong pointer input (2-3cm jumps)
the hole touch screen problem.
.) ADDED: LONG PRESS of hardware key
now you can (ex) use long press of red button and then you can switch off the phone – this is woring also)
please download the latest kernel htc-msm-linux @ 20100819_200730 or newer.
latest kernle downloading on: http://glemsom.users.anapnea.net/android2/htc-msm-linux
Install new kernel:
1.) download kernel + extract the .tar.bz2.
then you’ll find a module….tar.gz + zImage…
the zImage…. you must rename to zImage and
both files you must copy tho your SDCard. direct to sdcard (“Storage Card”).
ALL HONOR GOES TO OliWe
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