Got an LG Optimus L90 (What the phone itself says is an LG-D415), with Android 4.4.2 according to my phone. Got it through T-Mobile. Great phone, except for one weird issue: Whenever I'm on a phone call, and I'm trying to use the dialpad (like for when I'm going through automated menus and such), the screen turns off within half a second of pressing the dialpad button - which means, naturally, it doesn't accept my touching the screen to push buttons on the dialpad. It turns on if I wiggle the phone, but only for a half a second.
Makes calling even T-Mobile tech support a difficult proposition.
They said to return the phone for a new one, but as I have a horde of apps on this phone that I wouldn't know how to find again (though it isn't jailbroken), I'm reluctant to do that. (Also, I can't drive...and since returning the phone means bugging someone who can drive to take me to the T-Mobile store, it's a pain in the rear end.)
So, I figured I'd ask here:
1. Has *anybody* else seen this issue?
2. What the heck could cause it?
3. Any other fixes besides returning the phone (since I'm doubting that the issue won't just reoccur)?
I already tried a Master Reset of the phone as suggested to me by T-Mobile. It didn't fix the issue.
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