vantt1, Nov 25, 2014 : This is a response to OnePlus' response Backstory. First off, here's the touch response of my One after the fix, and before I disassembled it again to replicate the problems. I wanted to keep disassembling and re-assembling this phone to a minimum, because I only had one and didn't want to wear it out. It's pretty hard to record a video and gesture type at the same time I mentioned that I would also like to investigate this problem further, so I (yet again) disassembled my OnePlus One in order to attempt to replicate the problems I had with the touchscreen before I "fixed" it. After all, I didn't want to jump to conclusions without any substantiation. I only have two hands and no mountable camera or tripod, so I don't have a video of the disassembly. Sorry, guys. I removed the insulating tape from the chassis, and re-assembled my phone to test the touchscreen. To my surprise, the touch response seemed largely the same as having the tape. If I'm lucky, it would do the thing, but it was really hard to capture on-camera and my iPhone was running out of space, so it wasn't worth recording. The symptoms were also slightly different. I tested it for a few more minutes, and still couldn't reliably replicate the problems I was having. I thought it was going to make a liar out of me. And then I remembered something. I was only having the issues with the touch with my phone when it was still a factory assembled phone, as in, the screen was bonded using that weird glue. The first time I disassembled the phone and re-assembled it, I didn't separate the screen, so the glue was still there, and I was still having issues with the touch after I re-assembled it that time. In order to replicate the problems I was having as accurately as possible, I'd have to use glue to stick the screen onto the chassis, but that would make it more difficult to fix it later on. So instead, I used a small plastic clamp to clamp down the corner that the digitizer flex was in, so the screen would fit more snugly in the chassis. I can't believe I'm saying this, but I was relieved that my phone was faulty again. Welcome back, touchy touchscreen! I thought the wobbly orientation of the phone might have affected the touch as well, so I put a Nexus 4 underneath it to stabilize it.