Dust underneath screen - panel manufacturer poll
Hi guys, this thread is for all users that have dust underneath screen problem with Sensations.
We all know that our Sensation's screen is made by Sharp or AUO
. In addition, it is obvious that dust problem is real
I just bought the phone and I really want to find out is there a connection between panel type and dust problem (so we can avoid it if possible).
Since the threads above contain a lot of uncategorised data, I decided to open new thread with a poll to get more info.
My guess that problem occurs when glue breaks and sucks in (because of vacuum) the dust captured by battery cover...
To find out which panel you have:
Use terminal emulator (free from the market) and run the command dmesg (root is not needed). It will output a lot of data.
Look for this line and report it (the numbers might not be the same): [9178.895111] Panel Type = PANEL_ID_PYD_??????
(if you can't find it, you can long press on the output in terminal emulator copy all and then paste it into an email and send it to yourself. Then do a search with "panel" as keyword).
To find out is there some dust under your screen, look closer while on max brightness or under direct light (sun, preferraby).