Issue 32: [ID: hi] right-most keys don't work on particular device
Reported by Wolfgang Spraul, Jan 25, 2010
On this particular Ben NanoNote (one out of 1000 with this problem), all keys in the right-most column (F8, P, del, enter, vol up, vol down) don't work. They work perfectly fine when the device is reflashed with proprietary software. Since the keyboard testing on the production line is currently done with proprietary software, it is very important to use this particular device to (hopefully) find and fix a bug that may appear on other Bens as well. ID of the device: hi
Summary: [ID: hi] right-most keys don't work on particular device
now there is a problem with the LCM connector on the mainboard PCB side as well - you need to press it down to make the display turn on. reseating the fpc didn't help. It looks like a problem inside the connector, or with connector soldering. unrelated to the keyboard issue, which is still there.
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