I’m not a mechanic so grain of salt this, but I have a 2013 Dodge Caravan that has climate control issues sometimes. Sometimes the vents will blow the opposite of what is selected on the climate control dial, i.e. hot air blowing out of the vents when its set to AC in the summer. Its some sort of an issue with the vacuum system and if you turn the blower off and back on a few times it usually clears itself up. I don’t know if this will help you and its definitely not a permanent fix but its probably better than spending a bunch more money on a 10 year old car.
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No touch means the digitizer isn’t working. It’s connected to the clear glass part of the display, separate from the LCD underneath. The only way the digitizer wouldn’t be working is if the cable or connector were damaged or not connected properly. Bad news, Bud. I think you have to take it apart again.
Quite the opposite actually. If this was happening while connected to bluetooth I would suggest radio interference as the culprit. Has the speaker been paired to your device before? If not the drops might be happening when the speaker is searching for a bluetooth connection. If it has and you are paired to the speaker as well as using the aux cord, that might be a contributing factor as well. My suggestion is try it with bluetooth only and try it with the aux cord while bluetooth is disabled on your device. If the audio still cuts out it is beyond my paygrade.
This device has a Li-P battery that, depending on how long the device has been sitting in inventory, may have discharged the battery past the point of its “shut-off voltage.” When that happens regular chargers are rendered effectively useless to recharge the battery. You might be able to take the device to a local repair shop to see if they would be able to recondition the battery but chances are you might just have a paperweight on your hands. Sorry for the bad news.