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one plus 7 pro screen burn in solutions

  1. L1540107305608
    Cupcake Jun 20, 2020


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  2. spot01
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 20, 2020


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  3. L1540107305608
    Cupcake Jun 20, 2020


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  4. Artemus.
    Nougat Jun 20, 2020

    Artemus. , Jun 20, 2020 :
    Not covered under warranty because you caused it, not them.
     

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  5. adiwfuhrer
    Eclair Jul 3, 2020

    adiwfuhrer , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Jul 3, 2020 :


    Artemus.

    Not covered under warranty because you caused it, not them.​


    These are the negative people who feel ultimate happiness in others grief... Good luck you're soon gonna be in trouble with your stuffs.. i hope someone laughs around inconsiderably at you..
     

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  6. Matt 80
    Lollipop Jul 3, 2020

    Matt 80 , Jul 3, 2020 :
    Why assume he's "taking happiness in others grief"?

    @Artemus. has stated a fact, nothing more.
     

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  7. adiwfuhrer
    Eclair Jul 3, 2020

    adiwfuhrer , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Jul 3, 2020 :
    So didn't seem so considerate enough as well...and what fact? That your screen can burn in at any time and you won't be covered even under warranty? That's the bullshit of quality offered?
     

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  8. Matt 80
    Lollipop Jul 3, 2020

    Matt 80 , Jul 3, 2020 :
    The fact stated is pretty self explanatory.

    Burn in is not covered by warranty, it's user caused.

    Warranty only covers hardware defects.
     

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  9. adiwfuhrer
    Eclair Jul 3, 2020

    adiwfuhrer , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Jul 3, 2020 :
    Do explain me how is. Screen burn in user caused? So that means the phone shouldnt have been unboxed for longer life?
     

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  10. Matt 80
    Lollipop Jul 3, 2020

    Matt 80 , Jul 3, 2020 :
    I don't have to explain anything to you, it's common knowledge how amoled burn in is caused.
     

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  11. adiwfuhrer
    Eclair Jul 3, 2020

    adiwfuhrer , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Jul 3, 2020 :
    Exactly, if there is no unusual cause and no excessive usage doesn't it mean the quality of the display is at fault?
     

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  12. Artemus.
    Nougat Jul 3, 2020


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  13. adiwfuhrer
    Eclair Jul 5, 2020


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  14. Artemus.
    Nougat Jul 5, 2020

    Artemus. , Jul 5, 2020 :
    Clearly it is if you're getting burn-in already.
     

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  15. ASCHENTE_V
    Jelly Bean Jul 5, 2020

    ASCHENTE_V , Jul 5, 2020 :
    You either pay for a new display or stay with the old one. That's it, and your arguing won't change the reality.
     

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  16. adiwfuhrer
    Eclair Jul 6, 2020


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  17. D1560375760435
    Cupcake Jul 9, 2020

    D1560375760435 , Jul 9, 2020 :
    to be honest I think that us 7 pro owners are being told that it is completely our fault that our screens are burning in and that it is us that are being irresponsible.


    However, this does not ring true for me.

    I have had several phones in the past with amoled screens and I have never had a burn in issue. It never even occurred to me that I shouldn't use the phone higher than 50% brightness. i have many friends and family with phones with amoled screens and not a single one of them have had a problem with burn in. I have had my 7 pro for less than a year and I have got pretty bad burn in.

    I had my galaxy s6 edge for 5 years before this phone and never had a single issue with screen burn. and I always had the brightness at 100%

    I have not changed my usage habbits. just my phone.

    it is all very well people saying that it is my fault and I should know that amoled screens are susceptible to this.....

    but why is it that other phones with amoled screens seem to cope so much better than this phone.

    it's clearly a major fault with this particular display that oneplus use. otherwise all of my friends and family with other brands of phone would be experiencing the same problem.
     

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  18. Artemus.
    Nougat Jul 10, 2020

    Artemus. , Jul 10, 2020 :
    Do you play a ton of PUBG?
     

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  19. D1560375760435
    Cupcake Jul 10, 2020

    D1560375760435 , Jul 10, 2020 :
    Nope. pubg has never even been installed on my phone. I'm not really a gamer.
     

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  20. Artemus.
    Nougat Jul 10, 2020

    Artemus. , Jul 10, 2020 :
    Then what got burned into your screen?
     

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