Touch Screen Detects S-Pen But Does Not Detect Touch

Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Tab 2' started by PeterPoggi, Sep 8, 2016.

  1. PeterPoggi

    PeterPoggi Junior Member

    Sep 8, 2016
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    I removed and re-installed the battery to stop the screen flickering. With the battery out, I pressed the power button several times. My understanding is that discharges a capacitor that causes the screen flicker option. I've done this before successfully.

    This time though, after reinstalling the battery and powering up, there is a difference. The screen will no longer react to my touch. It does react to the pen however. I even performed a factory reset.

    What could I have done during the battery replacement to disable the touch screen? I wonder could I have screwed up something during the factory reset? Any idea how to regain use of the touch screen function?

    Pete in Maryland
    Last edited: Sep 8, 2016

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