05-12-2015 04:56 AM
I have observed that when my phone is on a soft surface like a cushion or a mattress, it behaves like I said it does. It won't answer and no matter how many times I swipe to the right, the icon returns to the center as if I'm playing some game.
It happens even in safe mode.
The one workaround which works 99% of the time is: I pick up the phone from the soft surface, let it rest in air for a second then shake it very very lightly and then answer the call.
I remember a thread in which someone was saying that two finger pull down wasn't working when phone is horizontal. I think some Moto XPRT, perhaps crystallet had said something about sensors which act differently, but I couldn't find anything about it on the net and I couldn't even find that thread. And believe me when I say that I tried to search through her comments. But there are 7758!! I just couldn't search through all.
05-12-2015 06:49 AM
If you have done a reset and NOT installed any apps and the problem persists, then I would conclude you have a hardware problem.
05-12-2015 07:40 AM
I reset my phone twice without auto restore and didn't log into gmail also.
That was in august last year. Still the problem persists.
Flipkart gives guarantee only for a month and I had noticed this on the
tenth day but after five days of worthless speaking, Flipkart denied
responsibility. I hadn't discovered this forum earlier. And now I'm just
making do. It doesn't affect otherwise. And I'd say that my phone is, thank
God, otherwise very bug free. I mean, when I encounter bugs, they disappear
at the simplest and easiest workaround applied. And anyways I never keep my
phone on a cushion or mattress. So, I'm happy ☺. And very happy :-)
07-09-2019 02:25 PM
Is IDP.generic a real threat? It will not be isolated in the AVG vault. I told it to do so and left it running for 5 hours and it keeps running. No change. Is there a solution to isolate it?
I haven't seen this reported on android. Maybe you should post in the AVG forums and ask them? It could be a false positive.