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screen problem via OnePlus 6T

  1. Nani_maverick
    Cupcake May 5, 2020


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  2. Artemus.
    Nougat May 5, 2020

    Artemus. , May 5, 2020 :
    I didn't know either! Mind telling us more so we can figure it out together?
     

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  3. L1579519398250
    Cupcake May 25, 2020


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  4. Artemus.
    Nougat May 25, 2020


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  5. L1579519398250
    Cupcake May 25, 2020


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  6. Artemus.
    Nougat May 25, 2020

    Artemus. , May 25, 2020 :
    You mind... pointing out the glitch? I see absolutely nothing wrong with this image. Is it a faint image on the screen that doesn't go away?
     

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  7. L1579519398250
    Cupcake May 25, 2020


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  8. Artemus.
    Nougat May 25, 2020

    Artemus. , May 25, 2020 :
    As I said before, is it a faint image on the screen that doesn't go away no matter what's on the screen?
     

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  9. elanglois
    Lollipop May 25, 2020


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  10. L1579519398250
    Cupcake May 25, 2020


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  11. Artemus.
    Nougat May 25, 2020

    Artemus. , May 25, 2020 :
    That's a physical blemish, something screenshots can't see. Take a picture with another camera/phone.
     

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  12. L1579519398250
    Cupcake May 25, 2020

  13. Caomhin
    Lollipop May 25, 2020

    Caomhin , via OnePlus 6T , May 25, 2020 :


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    In Settings, Display, Screen Calibration, set the display to AMOLED Wide Gamut, then set the slider cool to warm where it suits you visually.

    Then go back to the screen where you see the issue previously and see if it is still showing.

    Also enable DC Dimming, see if that helps.

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  14. L1579519398250
    Cupcake May 25, 2020


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  15. Caomhin
    Lollipop May 25, 2020

    Caomhin , via OnePlus 6T , May 25, 2020 :
    That's why I suggested testing it with a different calibration setting, to see if it accentuates or reduces the issue.

    If its a physical issue within or on the glass, then replace the screen.
     

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  16. L1579519398250
    Cupcake May 25, 2020


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  17. Caomhin
    Lollipop May 25, 2020

    Caomhin , via OnePlus 6T , May 25, 2020 :
    And when you change your Calibration display settings as I suggested, does it show worse or better?
     

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  18. L1579519398250
    Cupcake May 25, 2020


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  19. Caomhin
    Lollipop May 25, 2020

    Caomhin , via OnePlus 6T , May 25, 2020 :
    Ah right, because, while I am sure it is annoying, I thought maybe setting to a different Display Calibration might hide the issue.

    It looks like a burn in on the screen possibly. Only way to fix that is to replace the screen.
     

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  20. L1579519398250
    Cupcake May 25, 2020


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