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This may, or may not, fix your problem. I found this thread trying to fix my problem. Now that I have fixed it, I wanted to share this in case someone else finds this thread. Short answer: Disable the "Block Status bar" feature in Cerberus. Long answer: When trying to investigate the dead area I went into dev options and turned on "Show touches". Touches ...
Notes: My solution is tested on Stock Android 4.4.2 and Stock CyanogenOS 12 (5.0) of OnePlus One, and should work for Android 4.3 and above (based on this answer). I've mentioned wherever root access is required. This answer has been taken from my answer on a bit different question here. I have used the following comment as the ground to work on: ...
I bought a new display and replaced the old one. The procedure is more or less difficult, requires about 20 minutes time. Here's the tutorial I recommend: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rt8bl7oAPVU
You can potentially simulate a touch with the command input tap x y (e.g. from a terminal emulator, or possibly with Tasker (can't remember if it can do shell commands, but I presume so)), or over ADB with adb shell input tap x y. See http://stackoverflow.com/a/20830258/2141741 (and if you want to connect the device to itself via ADB, ...
Just tested on my Nexus 7 2012. When I hold the Power and Volume Up. It powers down. Had to hold the power button to get it to turn back on, So I can only assume it powered all the way down.
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
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