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I'm sure this is not exactly the answer you're looking for, but this could solve your problem: If your Nexus works fine otherwise, why don't you just plug a mouse and keyboard (via USB OTG or Bluetooth) and pretend your Nexus does not have touch screen? Anything, including allowing USB debugging would work as the mouse cursor is even usable when your phone ...
Is your screen broken in even the slightest bit? It is very common for an LG phone screen to become unresponsive when broken. Also, is the phone second hand? If so it might have had the screen replaced which could have installed a defective screen into your unit. If either of these are true i would recommend replacing the screen. It is a relatively easy ...
The solution that i've found is to use sthe swiftkey keyboard, but choose "compact" layout. it looks lik the right section in  Than by pressing on the arrow shift it to the other side, and resize to maximum. Works pretty well. http://fs01.androidpit.info/userfiles/4471351/image/Switfkey/thumb.png
Not really sure about the tablet version, but in the current mobile version you need to swipe on URL bar.
maybe this could help: fix digitizer issues - Google-Suche https://www.google.de/search?q=fix+digitizer+issues Possible fix for digitizer/touch screen issues - xda-developers http ://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1459569 [Resolved] Touch screen/digitizer issues (random inputs/not accepting touch input) - Android Forums http ...
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