Capacitive buttons problems

grAwp
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Re: Capacitive buttons problems

Postby grAwp » Tue Oct 10, 2017 5:52 am

I have the same problem with tempered glass. Sometime display dont reacts.

bvbw
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Re: Capacitive buttons problems

Postby bvbw » Tue Oct 10, 2017 7:08 am

Remove it ... BV6000 don't like tempered glass ! ;)

CrashProof
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Re: Capacitive buttons problems

Postby CrashProof » Tue Oct 10, 2017 11:47 am

I have the same, but the upside is that the screen also does not overreact :)
Now I can scroll pages without clicking on links by accident all the time.

grAwp
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Re: Capacitive buttons problems

Postby grAwp » Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:48 am

bvbw wrote:Remove it ... BV6000 don't like tempered glass ! ;)


Put on screen 2 tempered glasses it will be the best :lol: :lol:

tomithyom
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Re: Capacitive buttons problems

Postby tomithyom » Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:21 pm

I asked this question a long time ago as I thought it was the tempered glass causing me capacitive button issues. I was wrong on that.
The problem is the capacitive buttons themselves! Blackview keeps swapping out parts and this has caused a few problems with their sensitivity because the generic operating systems don't work well with all phones.

The latest local update fixed it. (local updates are the ones which update when you go through your settings to do it. Not the flashable ones!). Keep in mind that these later updates remove 'Glove Mode'.

If a company like Samsung or Apple did that they would collapse!



















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bvbw
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Re: Capacitive buttons problems

Postby bvbw » Sat Oct 14, 2017 3:43 pm

I assume that for me, removing the tempered glass have solved my capacitive button problem, even it should be better with a little more sensibility ...
I'm waiting for an other tempered screen protection (more thin) and i'll report the result when i'll receive it.
In all cases, phone works correctly now, but after a long long difficult way (hardware and software) !!!
Some satisfactions now with a BV6000 full rooted ... ;)

frofa
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Re: Capacitive buttons problems

Postby frofa » Sun Oct 15, 2017 3:32 pm

I have one quick question, as my BV6000 also suffers from the capacitive buttons problem: Is this problem really fixed (for ALL hardware versions of BV6000) in ROM 20170706 (Android 7), as stated above by tomithyom for his phone? Alternatively, does ROM 20170708 (Android 6, if I am not mistaken) fix this problem entirely?

bvbw
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Re: Capacitive buttons problems

Postby bvbw » Sun Oct 15, 2017 4:27 pm

It will be never a solution for all users, because Blackview team have changed many times hardware screens, screen drivers, glove mode on/off/removed, many buggy ROMs android 6/7, etc ... etc ...
Now they are locked without any possibility to fix all users screen and capacitive buttons problems and each one have to find himself his own less bad solution !
For me, i've tested (flash) all ROMs and i'm tired to be a "beta testor" for them ...
Now, i keep the last android 6 ROM (20161025) whitch is the best in my case, and i've rooted the phone to do what i want with it ...

JerryTar
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Capacitive buttons problems

Postby JerryTar » Mon Oct 16, 2017 6:34 am

I just installed TC Pocket PC edition on my HTC Touch Diamond 2, but I seem to be unable to add buttons to the toolbar on the bottom. I opened the subbar, but as soon as I try to drag programs on to it, my screen starts to scroll. Also I cannot edit the buttons which are already there. I try to tap on them and hold for more than 1 second, but the customisation menu does not appear.
Can someone help me as I find the help file and online documentation rather insufficient.
Thanks in advance

frofa
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Re: Capacitive buttons problems

Postby frofa » Mon Oct 16, 2017 12:21 pm

I think - from what I have read - that there has never been a problem with the capacitive buttons in any version of Android 6 (right?). So it appears to be a solution "for everyone" to roll back to Android 6 and have the button functionality restored, but I also understand that many people do not want to do it for different reasons.


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