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-Well, it seems that it will require another "Albert Einstein" to identify the root cause behind this problem. I have seen many people suffering from this problem and asking for help at so many places but there hasn't been a SINGLE useful reply anywhere till date. It's like no body has any idea why is this thing happening except the design engineers at Nokia/Microsoft but they won't reveal the answers for some mysterious reason.
+Well, it seems that it will require another "Albert Einstein" to identify the root cause behind this problem. I have seen many people suffering from this problem and asking for help at so many places but there hasn't been a SINGLE useful reply anywhere till date. It's like no body has any idea why is this thing happening except the design engineers at Nokia/Microsoft but they won't reveal the answer for some mysterious reason.
My guess is that either the cable coming out capacitive buttons comes in contact with the cable coming out of display. Hence, it starts to behave abruptly as soon we switch on the display but stops when display is turned off. This can happen if we drop the phone on the ground many times. But again, this is only a guess because I don't have the equipment to actually test it out.
Another probable cause can be the speaker magnet placed right beneath the back button. It may happen that it's magnetic field is interfering with the capacitance of the capacitive buttons.
Whatever it is, it is an interesting problem and I would want someone with right tools to come up with a solution. Come on ifixit, FIX this.

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编辑: Satish ,

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Well, it seems that it will require another "Albert Einstein" to identify the root cause behind this problem. I have seen many people suffering from this problem and asking for help at so many places but there hasn't been a SINGLE useful reply anywhere till date. It's like no body has any idea why is this thing happening except the design engineers at Nokia/Microsoft but they won't reveal the answers for some mysterious reason.
My guess is that either the cable coming out capacitive buttons comes in contact with the cable coming out of display. Hence, it starts to behave abruptly as soon we switch on the display but stops when display is turned off. This can happen if we drop the phone on the ground many times. But again, this is only a guess because I don't have the equipment to actually test it out.
Another probable cause can be the speaker magnet placed right beneath the back button. It may happen that it's magnetic field is interfering with the capacitance of the capacitive buttons.
-Whatever it is, it is an interesting problem and I would want someone with right tools to come up with a solutions. Come on ifixit, FIX this.
+Whatever it is, it is an interesting problem and I would want someone with right tools to come up with a solution. Come on ifixit, FIX this.

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编辑: Satish ,

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Well, it seems that it will require another "Albert Einstein" to identify the root cause behind this problem. I have seen many people suffering from this problem and asking for help at so many places but there hasn't been a SINGLE useful reply anywhere till date. It's like no body has any idea why is this thing happening except the design engineers at Nokia/Microsoft but they won't reveal the answers for some mysterious reason.
My guess is that either the cable coming out capacitive buttons comes in contact with the cable coming out of display. Hence, it starts to behave abruptly as soon we switch on the display but stops when display is turned off. This can happen if we drop the phone on the ground many times. But again, this is only a guess because I don't have the equipment to actually test it out.
-Another reason this may be happening is because of the speaker magnet placed right beneath the back button. It may happen that it's magnetic field is interfering with the capacitance of the capacitive buttons.
+Another probable cause can be the speaker magnet placed right beneath the back button. It may happen that it's magnetic field is interfering with the capacitance of the capacitive buttons.
Whatever it is, it is an interesting problem and I would want someone with right tools to come up with a solutions. Come on ifixit, FIX this.

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编辑: Satish ,

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-Well, it seems that it will require another "Albert Einstein" to identify the root cause behind this problem. I have seen people suffering from this problem and asking for help at so many places but the has been not a SINGLE useful reply anywhere. It's like no body has any idea why is this thing happening except the design engineers at Nokia/Microsoft but they won't reveal the answers for some mysterious reason.
+Well, it seems that it will require another "Albert Einstein" to identify the root cause behind this problem. I have seen many people suffering from this problem and asking for help at so many places but there hasn't been a SINGLE useful reply anywhere till date. It's like no body has any idea why is this thing happening except the design engineers at Nokia/Microsoft but they won't reveal the answers for some mysterious reason.
My guess is that either the cable coming out capacitive buttons comes in contact with the cable coming out of display. Hence, it starts to behave abruptly as soon we switch on the display but stops when display is turned off. This can happen if we drop the phone on the ground many times. But again, this is only a guess because I don't have the equipment to actually test it out.
Another reason this may be happening is because of the speaker magnet placed right beneath the back button. It may happen that it's magnetic field is interfering with the capacitance of the capacitive buttons.
Whatever it is, it is an interesting problem and I would want someone with right tools to come up with a solutions. Come on ifixit, FIX this.

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原帖由: Satish ,

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Well, it seems that it will require another "Albert Einstein" to identify the root cause behind this problem. I have seen people suffering from this problem and asking for help at so many places but the has been not a SINGLE useful reply anywhere. It's like no body has any idea why is this thing happening except the design engineers at Nokia/Microsoft but they won't reveal the answers for some mysterious reason.

My guess is that either the cable coming out capacitive buttons comes in contact with the cable coming out of display. Hence, it starts to behave abruptly as soon we switch on the display but stops when display is turned off. This can happen if we drop the phone on the ground many times. But again, this is only a guess because I don't have the equipment to actually test it out.

Another reason this may be happening is because of the speaker magnet placed right beneath the back button. It may happen that it's magnetic field is interfering with the capacitance of the capacitive buttons.

Whatever it is, it is an interesting problem and I would want someone with right tools to come up with a solutions. Come on ifixit, FIX this.

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