Galaxy S6 :: Screen Works But It Blinks With Straight Horizontal Lines?
Sep 23, 2015
So recently I have purchased my samsung s6 but I dropped it twice. Unfortunately, the second time it was dropped it started blinking with horizontal lines. It still works but the blinking is kind of annoying. I already restarted it and turned it off but nothing works.
I have a s2. About a month ago it started showing horizontal grey lines across the bottom of the screen. If I turn it off/on then they sometimes disappear completely and sometimes worse than before I turned it off. Following other posts on the net, tried turning my brightness up and if I turn it up all the way the lines never appear. The only problem is that I can't use the phone at this level of brightness. would be grateful if someone could post a fix. I kinda remember reading about screen tests you can do on the phone itself but can't find it again. Maybe if I could re-calibrate the screen that would fix it?
my BB has developed a problem that has worsened as the hours pass by. It started with a horizontal white line at the bottom of the screen and this has now developed to the whole screen having the same problem so now it looks like it has a kind of whitish mask over the whole of the screen. I have removed the battery and then put it back but this did not work. Tried to switch on and off and no change.
Torch 9800 in March around 3-4 weeks later I started having a number of issues:When my phone is in lock mode I tend to check the screen by pressing the call end button..... sometimes when I do this it leaves one band of a horizontal white line (about 1cm thick) that appears across the screen.At other times when I have done the same thing the message that appears when you check in lock mode is. 'Screen is locked. Press the lock button to unlock' but in stead of saying the itThe final issue I have had is when I am on an app say Facebook, I close the app and it still shows the headings 'Facebook' and 'News Feed' on my home screen page and to get rid of it I have to open the option tray.I have already taken it into my network provider for them to send it away and have it looked into but I have now received it back and the problem still persists
I brought my iPhone 5s last month, i noticed that my phone have Gray/Black lines at the bottom of the screen, after using more and more the lines grow more and more. Now my Screen is half Covered with those lines.
I tried Resetting my Phone and Restarting it and it still doesn't fix it.
I woke up this morning to find the screen on my Z2 to be very off colour with hundreds of horizontal lines consistently moving down the screen. I haven't damaged my phone in any way recently, why this is occuring.
I would put it down to a hardware defect, however when my phone locks itself and I go the unlock it, or if I leave it for a few minutes, the screen will be fine for a few seconds or so, until it gradually fades to a white, then pinkish colour with vertical lines, and then blueish white horizontal lines will begin to move down the phone until it becomes quite impossible to actually use it. I've also just noticed that the lines get much worse when I'm actually using my phone rather than just staring at it idly, so it must be touch triggered or something?
I've had this phone since around December after it replaced a lost one, and haven't had any issues so far. I would take it to the phone shop to get it repaired, but I know that will leave me without a phone for 1 - 2 weeks, which just isn't an option. I'd just like to know what the exact issue is before forking out £50 for a new screen.
They are very thin and extend almost the width of the screen. I assume this is some kind of screen defect, but it's pretty subtle. I'm considering waiting until WP8.1 comes out so I don't have to redo my start screen with a replacement unit. However, extremely small screen imperfections and maybe if they are normal for fairly large IPS displays.
My Moto X's screen keeps acting strange, at least once a week. The screen is full of horizontal lines, and i can't see much, even with the brightness at the highest. Sometimes it's for a couple of minutes, sometimes for at least an hour. This time, it's been way pas 2 hours. I need to know why it keeps doing this (See Images). I thought it was due to the sometimes high temperature of the phone, but even when it's at a low temperature, it might happen.
Whenever I seem to unlock the phone on the side, or whenever i switch it on vertical /horizontal coloured lines appear on screen. I have tried firmware updates but nothing is working. I've bought the phone second hand, and had it a while, and have no recipet for it..
I have this strange screen problem with my k850i, it doesn't go blank, but gets all fuzzy with lots of horizontal lines (very pixelated), you can still see the screen images, but it's difficult - and then all of a sudden it comes back picture perfect. I've updated all software, run a repair - everything I can think of. I can't figure out if it's a loose wire or something else.
I have LG G3 and I cracked the screen so I bought a new one from ebay, then when I got it, I've installed it perfectly but when I open it white vertical lines appear, when I double tap the screen it closes and when i open it again it works perfect for 1 second and then colors start to fade and vertical lines again appear.
I just bought my Lg g4 on sunday. I didn't notice these lines ar first when I bought it. But after going home... Charging it and then started using it... I started seeing these fine white lines... Like the ones in old monitors. They are not thar noticeable. But still... I had the lg g3 and the display was amazing! I don't feel that hd quality in this phone with those horizontal lines.
have problem when u view lighter colored pictures like the sky or complete white screen then there are thin parallel lines passing across the screen. also the fone gets heated up alot while playing games/ surfing net and the battery drains out within 3 to 4 hrs. i hav updated my firmware over to air via gprs. my firmware is 013.016?
My Xperia Z2 is producing images with extreme distortion. Lines are almost never straight. This occurs both with the default camera apps as well as third-party apps such as Google Camera or Camera MX.
I sent in the phone to my local Sony repair partner in Germany (w-support), who are returning the phone, saying it "meets the manufacturer's specifications." I can't believe this, the pictures look horrible!
The phone I now have is a replacement of a previous warranty case. I attached some pictures from the original phone and the new one (replacement).
I have the lastest pushed OS (Lollipop 5.0.2 I believe?) and the problem also occurs after a complete reset of the phone. The camera on this phone is basically worthless with images looking like this.
Does anyone know what specs of the blackberry presenter. Im running VGA through my aaxa p4 pico projector and everything shows up fine except there are some black horizontal lines across the top and middle of the projection.
Is there a particular hz the presenter is trying to get? is there something wrong with my vga cable?
I unplugged my phone from my computer (it was connected as a media device), and now I am have words scrolled along the right side of my screen and the edges of my phone blink red when I select something. What this issue is and how to fix it?
As the title says, my blue led notification light blinks continuously when the screen is off. No apps are up and running and there are no missesd texts/calls/etc. Couldn't find an answer through any google searches.
This only started happening recently where my phone won't let me turn my screen brightness down! It turns green and flickers with horizontal lines and I haven't put it anywhere near water and it doesn't feel as though it's overheating when I use it. It's progressively getting worse! I find that even when I set it to the next setting where it stops flickering eventually that setting begins the same process! It starts off almost auto adjusting as if it can't decide what setting I put it at and then it begins turning green!
A couple of times now I've had this problem where I go to use my phone or read a new text that has come through and when I go to enter my 4 digit pin the screen is not responding & I have this blue horizontal line that moves down from the top of the screen continuously like its doing some sort of scan over the phone. I have no way to stop this or to have the ability to enter my 4 digit pin for accessing my phone.
Eventually I give up trying to enter my pin & put my phone down for hours. When I come back to try again twice now I've been able to use my phone like normal and the issue seems to have gone away but other times this still remains for a longer time then randomly starts to work as normal. I've forced my phone to turn off & or reboot but this still isn't fixing the problem. I haven't been able to access my phone for over 10 hours and I have miss calls & messages that people have sent me but unable to get past my 4 digit pin to read them.
Unfortunately, one of the first things i noticed upon unpacking it is that the screen has some strange gold colored lines in the upper part of the screen.The lines are most visible when bright light is shone onto the screen e.g. a flashlight, lamp or out in the sun. They are most visible on dark colors or when the screen is turned off.It looks as though the lines could be some sort of seem lines between two display pieces that are joined or bonded together. Does Samsung patch the screens together from multiple pieces?I am not really happy about these particular lines that are present in the screen.
I recently bought a Samsung Galaxy S5 (sm-g900f). Sometimes the screen just freeze, and grey lines appears (as in this picture goo.gl/qIdGg7 ).
The main button and the power still working, as I can see the white light turning on and off as usual after pressing them. And after click the power button once (which turn off the display), the screen remains black.
The phone is actually still working, as I can ear it ringing or receiving messages and email.
But I cant do anything, just take off the battery and restart it. I already reset it and the problem keeps happen again.