IPhone :: Dead Pixels Patch On Right Corner Of Screen?
Apr 15, 2012
I've recently noticed a radius of brighter pixels on the top right part of my iPhone 4. I think this is known as 'dead pixels'. it covers quite a patch of the top right corner of the screen. When I put pressure on the patch, it makes a jelly puddle momentum, just like when you put pressure of a laptop screen, you get that jelly puddle. Just to confirm, is it dead pixels that I've got? or would dead pixels black out on the screen and be unreadable when you touch in that area?
One day when I was in a lodge in the medium of the mountain (no signal, no wifi, only SUDOKU), I wake up, press on my phone, and I can look a dark character in the medium of the LCD, I try restarting, restore the factory settings, blah, blah, and the dark character still growing. I don┤t know if this is for a virus or hardware problems. I attach the photo. In other hand, I call to the costumer service and there tells I have no guarantee, because I buy the cell phone in other country. The joke is that: the first step to buy this was call to nokia support and there tell me, buy that, no problem, you have guaranty here too.
I've had my N900 for a few days now and it is an impressive device.I have in the last day or two noticed that the screen has a number of dead pixels. They stand out when using the device in a dark environment and I noticed them when I was powering up the device. Its not just one pixel but several. I thought the days of dead pixels were long gone so I am a little disappointed that this has occurred.So I was wondering if other N900 users have notices this same problem as well and would Nokia replace the device?
I noticed that my LCD has a column of dark pixels when watching movies, when certain colors pass by. This prompted me to check it by running a couple dead pixel test screens. When I show pure red and blue screens, I can see the same column of pixels (or subpixels) stay black. By this, I mean an entire column of pixels, top to bottom. The pink/magenta screen is also affected but I assume this is because of the red subpixels. No other colors (white, black, yellow, green) are affected. If this was a single pixel, sure, I'd let it go. But having this many pixels be dead really bugs me. The problem is, however, that I bought this handset secondhand (off craigslist) and don't have the original receipt at hand. (therefore I have no warranty).
I have been using my phone all day with no issues however when I got home and went for a shower and came back the screen had a white patch on the bottom half making the touch screen unusable.┬
The home button, power button and sound button work fine, I have tried turning the phone on and off again and I have done a 'hard rest' I have even plugged it into the computer and done a back up and update. None of which worked and after the update the screen was completely unusable.┬
I have never dropped my phone or damaged it in anyway.
I put my Blackberry 8520 into repair because the scroller broke for the 3rd time. Anyway, I got it back yesterday and it works fine except there is a very small patch in the middle of my screen. It's not noticeable when I'm on my home screen,photos etc. only on the black screen when you lock your phone. However it is still there because whenever I apply pressure to the corners of my screen or even the spot it moves around And I see it moving. It gets bigger and moves when I touch it but then goes straight back to the same size as before and back to the middle When I let go. My friend suggested water was in it but I don't think so. It doesnt bother me that much only when its on my black screen.
If i love something on my GS6 is amazing screen, specialty true black color which gets truly black by shutting down pixels. so this happens every time, but not on lock screen. When I set black lock screen the black color is not truly black anymore and the back lid light is seen. Hope you understand what I'm trying to say. (its kind of disturbing to have black lock screen and home screen and when unlocking phone u get so clearly different color) - you can even try it out yourself and give it some feedback what u think of this here is link to the black wallpaper; BLACK WALLPAPER.So if any of you know how to fix that or this is something that cannot be done and i just have to say bye to true black color on lock screen?
I started noticing recently that if im using the browser or sometimes other apps like istockmanager or whatever that my screen will have a bunch of white pixels appearing and disappearing randomly throughout the screen. Looks like grains just bouncing around, and I have to turn off my display and turn it back on to fix it.
After firmware 3.8.7 came and I updated to that, this problem started occuring. By following the instructions stated in the thread linked above, I have done the following:
1. Start phone in Safe Mode and see if the problem occurs. It still occurs in Safe Mode.
2. Factory reset the phone and did not do anything except leaving the screen on. Did not update or install any software except that the Android Market updates by itself Gmail, Google Maps and other apps that I believe is Google related. The problem still occurs after the screen is left on.
3. I have also pulled the battery and left the phone without the battery for around 15mins and plug the battery back and the problem still occurs.
Just got my 5.1.1 patch over air and next time I reboot the device, only Google and Android logos greet me, after that only black screen (but OS boots, because I can take screen shots of the black screen. Only option is to press power long and shut the device down. Cache wipe did not work.
There seems to be a problem with my blackberry or my blackberry's screen.
Sometimes when I click any of the buttons to wake up my screen to check if I have messages/make a call or what have you...
1. The screen is black white and stays that way for a few seconds before reverting to the normal screen. 2. The screen is covered in static similar to a television except it isn't moving, and the pixels are red, yellow and blue. This either fixes itself after I unlock the phone, or it only fixes the part of the screen where the box that says "keypad is locked" is usually located, and then goes back to normal once I press another button. This happens sometimes even if the phone isn't locked, and if I have a text message open I can roll the type cursor back and forth and that part of the screen will be fixed again. 3. The screen is white, but the red/blue/yellow pixels wash across the screen from left to right, and once I press a button it fixes itself.
It's a Blackberry Bold 9000, only one year and one month old, and at&t is my provider. I'm not sure if it's a coincidence, but the problem seems to have started around the time I put a memory card in it.
I have tried taking the battery out of the phone and putting it back in. Nothing changes.
My phone was working perfectly fine, until the pixels on the screen suddenly became scattered and turned completely white. i took out the battery a few time and all I'm getting is a white screen with a few pink likes running through it. When connected to the computer, it's telling me, the model of my phone and my pin but it wouldn't connect.
In some apps (and only some), at the very bottom of the screen there is a single row of white pixels that extends across the entire width of the screen, and is obviously most noticable in apps that have dark background colours. Just some things I've noticed:
- It isn't visible when on the lockscreen, or basically anywhere in the core OS - It doesn't matter whether I'm using the light or dark theme, the problem remains the same - It seems a lot less likely to happen/show when I'm in an app that uses an app bar at the bottom - I think it's related to the display/positioning of app backgrounds, as I haven't seen this happen in apps that don't have backgrounds.
My nexus 5 LG D821 2months old was first having battery issue after the 16MB update. That was fixed reinstalled facebook & Outlook .
Lately I am having freezing issues randomly. it's getting worse. When it freezes pressing the power button to sleep then waking up works good . Sometimes about 15 min keeps freezing repeatedly. rebooting when its freezing restarts with color pixels screen. When it reboots then works good.
Today I noticed when i open outlook or do anything else e.g. in system it freezes, but same time i play candy crush saga no freezing.
Now I have uninstalled facebook, outlook and any other app i do not need. still freezes. I have booted in safe mode it also freezes there.
Another thing when i put it to charge when its freezing on my ravpower wireless charger the screen flickers or cut or half display.
I have Nexus 5 and was running good with Marshmellow and suddenly one day the screen started scrolling up. Restart or factory reset did not work. While starting the boot logo was also corrupted and I use to get is display with random pixels lit with different colors, mostly white and red. So have tried different bootloaders and even downgrading to 4.4.4 but the issue is still there.
Yesterday I did the most recent developers update on my ATT Nokia Lumia 1020. I have had absolutely zero problems with the phone at all since day one. Today while checking emails my phone screen flickered and then went to something that appears to be the "snow" that you see on televisions when they had no signal. In the "snow" there are 4 lighter bars and 4 darker ones running vertically.
I also am unable to do a hard reset or soft reset.
I found others who have the same screen issue, but they have been able to fix it with either a soft or hard reset. I unfortunately cannot do that, as the buttons seem to have also become unresponsive. After about 2 minutes the screen will go black, and then after about 2 seconds come back on by itself with the same issue present.
I recently bought a Nexus 5 and it has a dark patch on the screen. This is visible only when the phone is in a locked state. Initially i thought it was dust but the patch stayed on. I have attached the image...
When on the texting screen, the icons on the upper right corner are overlapped.┬ Example:┬ the new text icon is underneath the upload icon.┬ Also, when in an individual text screen, the contact icon is underneath the upload arrow icon.┬ Seems to be a software problem to me.
A week and a half ago, I got an iPhone5c, and for two days now, I've been noticing that sometimes when I open an app, the top left corner will go white for a few moments. Or, on the right side when I open an app, the screen will have a white line.
I have a Blackberry Bold 9780 and yesterday i tried connecting to a WiFi network at home. I was able to connect to the WiFi network successfully however there appeared a BB icon on the top right hand corner of the home screen next to the WiFi icon. it is not there always even when the Wifi is on, it appears sometimes and goes off and then again comes back. This is the first time am seeing this icon, can anyone let me know what is this.Also, when my Wifi is active, how do i ensure that whatever i browse is done using the WiFi and not the data service.
I took the battery out on my blackberry.The screen goes black and shows a red light in the top corner.When i turn it on it shows a white screen, with a black boxs in the centre that has a moving hand.Its been doing this for about ten hours, i've tried taking the battery out and sim but it hasnt helped.