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Default Is there a way to solve the yellow line?

I everyone, sorry if I ask.
I've bought a chinese OPO and I've seen that, at the bottom of the screen I've the "famous" yellow line.

Is there a way to fix it?

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I everyone, sorry if I ask.
I've bought a chinese OPO and I've seen that, at the bottom of the screen I've the "famous" yellow line.

Is there a way to fix it?

Thanks in advance.
does it stay every time ?? like even at boot
if yes replace the phone its hardware problem
no solutions for that.
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does it stay every time ?? like even at boot
if yes replace the phone its hardware problem
no solutions for that.
I fear you're right.
 
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I fear you're right.
I hope you are under warranty ?
if not repair it from local repair center .
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I hope you are under warranty ?
if not repair it from local repair center .
Yes, I'm under warranty but I've bought the phone from China and I'm from Italy, only the ship cost will be more than the repair.
There's no place to repair a china phone here, nobody even known the phone
But it's a problem that has a lot of OPO and the manufacturer said that, they're good enough and, even N% has yellow screens...

But I'm really not happy with this phone, not only for the yellow line.
 
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There is no way to fix it, with usage and time it gets slightly better. 99% of phones have this, so you should not have bought the phone, if you think this is a deal breaker.
 
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There is no way to fix it, with usage and time it gets slightly better. 99% of phones have this, so you should not have bought the phone, if you think this is a deal breaker.
at least not 99%
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There is no way to fix it, with usage and time it gets slightly better. 99% of phones have this, so you should not have bought the phone, if you think this is a deal breaker.
I didn't know that this kind of phone has this kind of screen. Obviously I never bought a phone with this defect.
I really never bought a phone even if I had known the state of Cyano 11s.

But it'd definitely my fault.

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There's an entire thread dedicated to this. Try using a UV lamp (found at a nail salon) for ten minutes with the device turned off.

Please search before posting.

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There's an entire thread dedicated to this. Try using a UV lamp (found at a nail salon) for ten minutes with the device turned off.

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