I think to notice that some hits with a flat hand on the screen helps.
I did so and then let the T9 finish all the unintended popups.
Then it worked fine again for hours.
Violence is not the best course of action LOL, it seems that the T9 with the firmware you are
using updates someting quite often, this is the same when a computer is "very busy" and the
harddisk indicator led is solid on, just wait for it to finish if it works fine after that,
its unlikely to be something wrong with the hardware.
I am scared to spoil my warrenty.
I looked at the dissection video from Mr Tasselhof and only saw the speakerwires and some wires from the wifimodule.
You first have to remove the battery to reach this wires.
to be honest i don't worry to much about the warranty...
Do I have to move this wires as far as is possible to the edge of the T9?
By the way: Is it normal that the T9 gives a half stereo sound on the speaker?
I hardly can't believe that the stereo is not converted to real mono.
The yellow cables ( ribbons ) are two, one wide and one thin, they both come from the
screen and are connected to the mainboard with a kind of pressing conector, this two
cables must be firmly conected and pressed.
about the speakers, and screen's power wires, you must place them in such a way that
they are not pressed against the screen (the best place for them is to go around the
screen edge and not behind it as the cover will press them agains the screen.
looking at the way the speakers are wired ( only two wires ) the speakers are not stereo
they are a couple of mono speakers. The headphones are stereo.