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    My Acer phone has been working like a charm, that is until it updated about two nights ago. Now, the screen is acting like it's shifted down a bit; the navigation bar is covering part of the screen. When I try to go to view a contact's page, I can't access the option to edit their information because the Navigation bar is covering roughly half of the icons on the bottom of the contact page. Not only that, but whenever I go to type the keyboard now covers the text box I'm trying to type in, which is extremely bothersome when trying to message someone, and if I try to type letters on the second to bottom row of the keyboard, it registers as if I'm hitting the keys on the very bottom row. If I try to use the bottom row, it acts as if I'm hitting the navigation bar. Does anybody know how to fix this?
    08-20-2016 09:08 AM
  2. Chintan Gohel's Avatar
    This issue has been affecting the lumia 6xx users but yours seems similar too. Perhaps a factory reset might solve this, but the better solution would be the next update or going fast ring in insider

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    08-21-2016 04:12 AM

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