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Screen burn in

  1. meatandy Oreo Jun 18, 2019

    meatandy, Jun 18, 2019 :
    Why bother chiming in on the thread then , Driving your post count up ? :p:p:p
     

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  2. Loveit Jelly Bean Jun 18, 2019

    Loveit, Jun 18, 2019 :
    :D To be fair I did edit my original post - it was actually complete nonsense what I originally claimed.
     

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  3. KeepTransisting The Lab - OnePlus 7 Pro Reviewer Jun 18, 2019

    KeepTransisting, Jun 18, 2019 :
    With more and more phones being AMOLED screens, you would think apps would have an AMOLED mode that would shift around UI icons to help prevent this burn in
     

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  5. radudragos10 Donut Jun 18, 2019

    radudragos10, Jun 18, 2019 :
    I honestly have better things to do. As I said I had a 3t and had no complaint. I'm bummed that I didn't took a photo or something because it is barely visible now. but in the weekend I'm planning a trip that should take about 2 hours and I am going to use Waze again. will post something if something similar will happen
     

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  6. Loveit Jelly Bean Jun 18, 2019

    Loveit, Jun 18, 2019 :
    You would think that Waze would have had feedback on this already if this was a normal issue and have safeguards in place to prevent.
     

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  7. radudragos10 Donut Jun 18, 2019

    radudragos10, Jun 18, 2019 :
    barely visible now. planning on using it in the weekend for a 2 hours drive. will post if something similar should happen.
     

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  8. Abhi Dahiya Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 18, 2019

    Abhi Dahiya, Jun 18, 2019 :
    Just play some white noise video in full screen for 30 minutes or an hour or more either via YouTube or some specific app to rectify this issue. It Actually WORKS!

    Btw, as many have told, very high brightness (easy to hit when outdoors being used for navigation in car) for prolonged periods of time and displaying same image at some place on screen will definitely cause Burn In on AMOLED screens.

    Forget about phones, even the best, costliest and industry leading LG OLED TVs have this problem.
     

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