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Jelly Effect Poll - Attempting to narrow down the problem

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Jelly Effect Poll

  1. 64gb Model

    33.6%
  2. 128gb Model

    63.8%
  3. Purchased BEFORE 6/27

    62.4%
  4. Purchased AFTER 6/27

    28.9%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. MagraAnts
    Eclair Jul 13, 2017

  2. MagraAnts
    Eclair Jul 13, 2017

    MagraAnts , Jul 13, 2017 :
    +1
     

  3. dendirk
    Honeycomb Jul 13, 2017


  4. junglists123
    Cupcake Jul 13, 2017

    junglists123 , Jul 13, 2017 :
    yes, I have the "jelly effect". It is most noticeable when scrolling and pictures are involved...
     

  5. gargoyals
    Gingerbread Jul 13, 2017


  6. chavaramu
    Eclair Jul 13, 2017

    chavaramu , Jul 13, 2017 :
    enable developer options..enable force gpu rendering. in hardware acceleration rendering. switch off all animations in drawing section..try this..this will minimize the jelly effect..
     

  7. rohitb
    Cupcake Jul 14, 2017


  8. SupremeTele
    Cupcake Jul 18, 2017

    SupremeTele , Jul 18, 2017 :
    thants a clever Idea
     

  9. Moha93Vip
    Gingerbread Jul 18, 2017

    Moha93Vip , Jul 18, 2017 :
    no ! not me
     

  10. Dinerve
    Jul 18, 2017

    Dinerve , Jul 18, 2017 :
    Oh noes.....here we go again.....
     

  11. p51d007
    KitKat Jul 18, 2017

    p51d007 , Jul 18, 2017 :
    Sad that it takes the USERS to track down the cutoff on when/what/where this problem exists.
    This just enforces my belief that OnePlus users, are beta testers for Oppo :rolleyes:
     

  12. cescobar5
    Cupcake Jul 18, 2017


  13. xrowdac
    Eclair Jul 19, 2017

    xrowdac , Jul 19, 2017 :
    hmm strange I just got mine today...July 19 2017 these batch...I don't see this jelly effect scrolling problem in all apps.. vertically scrolling while I flick it rapidly..
     

  14. F_Jorden_Grewal_QmtA
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 19, 2017

    F_Jorden_Grewal_QmtA , Jul 19, 2017 :
    Open Twitter app and put it on night mode/ dark theme mode. Look from a black profile pic after that try moving it slowly up and down. You would see the AMOLED screen is legging behind in terms of turning on the pixels.

    Maybe this is why we don't have dark modes in chrome and YouTube
     

  15. F_Jorden_Grewal_QmtA
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 19, 2017

    F_Jorden_Grewal_QmtA , Jul 19, 2017 :
    Open Twitter app and put it on night mode/ dark theme mode. Look from a black profile pic after that try moving it slowly up and down. You would see the AMOLED screen is legging behind in terms of turning on the pixels.

    Maybe this is why we don't have dark modes in chrome and YouTube
     

  16. F_Jorden_Grewal_QmtA
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 19, 2017

    F_Jorden_Grewal_QmtA , Jul 19, 2017 :
    even with jelly effect oneplus is way better than oppo
     

  17. F_Jorden_Grewal_QmtA
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 19, 2017

    F_Jorden_Grewal_QmtA , Jul 19, 2017 :
    it's like seeing a Nessy lockness monster. once you seen em you can't unsee it

    Open Twitter app and put it on night mode/ dark theme mode. Look from a black profile pic after that try moving it slowly up and down. You would see the AMOLED screen is legging behind in terms of turning on the pixels.

    Maybe this is why we don't have dark modes in chrome and YouTube

    it might be a problem with AMOLED technology, refresh rate or something like that


    we can only guess cause oneplus initial answer that it's eyes fault was horse****
     

  18. F_Jorden_Grewal_QmtA
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 19, 2017

    F_Jorden_Grewal_QmtA , Jul 19, 2017 :
    Open Twitter app and put it on night mode/ dark theme mode. Look from a black profile pic after that try moving it slowly up and down. You would see the AMOLED screen is legging behind in terms of turning on the pixels.

    Maybe this is why we don't have dark modes in chrome and YouTube
     

  19. F_Jorden_Grewal_QmtA
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 19, 2017

    F_Jorden_Grewal_QmtA , Jul 19, 2017 :
    Open Twitter app and put it on night mode/ dark theme mode. Look from a black profile pic after that try moving it slowly up and down. You would see the AMOLED screen is legging behind in terms of turning on the pixels.

    Maybe this is why we don't have dark modes in chrome and YouTube
     

  20. F_Jorden_Grewal_QmtA
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 19, 2017

    F_Jorden_Grewal_QmtA , Jul 19, 2017 :
    if someone doesn't notice, that doesn't mean it isn't there.
    oneplus should man up and recall all the phones