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I recently released an app for this: Tilt Scroll. It adds a system-wide tilt-to-scroll functionality, so it works with any application on your device.
You can be 99.9% sure the touchscreen is fine. Battery wasn't damaged too. If the touchscreen still behaves erroneously after unplugging, then rubbing it with a soft cloth should help. This is a common issue with cheap chargers. It indicates that charger may not be safe to use with any device - it may catch fire or explode. Prolonged use of such chargers ...
I had the same problem. Solved it by installing ShareKM (app that allows you to control your android phone with a pc's keyboard and mouse). After you run the ShareKM app it will probably tell you it is outdated and you won't be able to run it. A workaround (found in this xda thread) is to first kill the app, clear its cache and set the date on your phone to ...
Going by the unexpected touch behaviour you provide it seems that your multi-touch screen is not responding properly to your inputs for this you need to confirm it by doing a small and freely available multi touch test. Download the app and check whether the touch is shown exactly where you selected. The two dots are drawn exactly where the phone reports ...
Screen protector might help protect your fingers, if glass is even and no missing pieces
HiroMacro Auto-Touch Macro works well for me.
Try with shell using a keyboard pm install [path_to_apk]
Check if you can connect a mouse (or Keyboard) through USB OTG port (and microUSB-to-USB converter cable)... I'm not sure whether your device supports OTG or not... Just give a try...
Yes, if the phone is connected to the internet, you can install apps from the Google Play web interface](https://play.google.com/store/apps) without touching the phone. Starting the app is a different matter, though: you may need to find an app that's specifically designed for this situation, so it can be triggered without needing to open it from the ...
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