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There is a chance that your digitizer needs to be replaced. This is what detects finger interaction on your screen. Try replacing the digitizer/screen assembly. Here is the part: https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Parts/Google-Nexus-4-GSM-Display-Assembly/IF281-007-1 Here is the teardown guide: https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Nexus+4+Teardown/11781
If you are talking about the Samsung keyboard, which was derived from SwiftKey, DROP EVERYTHING AND RUN! Just kidding. Although you might want to take off your data and reset your phone. If you think you are vulnerable, STOP USING THE DEVICE. Samsung keyboards are baked into the ROM. There has been reports, and ugly ones too: even if you disable the ...
Basically, the Linux switch driver will raise the event to Android. I suspect that your headset jack insertion circuit failed.
My buddy had the same problem and the only thing we could do to fix it was to install another keyboard like SwiftKey, Google keyboard, and etc. It seems that its a known issue and will have to wait for Samsung to fix it. Edit, I know this isn't a -fix- but at least its a workaround to get you through the day, Short of having to reboot the phone.
This has happened to me on my Samsung Note 4 just recently under similar circumstances. I don't cross timezone and it had nothing to do with a time change because none happened. I'm also using Lollipop 5.0.1 so it doesn't appear to be an OS issue. Mine was in the Google Calendar, not the phone's default one also. It did seem that it shifted after I ...
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