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Screen Flicker - Response from HTC

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16th April 2012, 12:15 PM |#61  
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Are we not talking about TWO diffrent problems in this thread?

One is where the backlight is flickering, like a old TV or some light-tube with bad refresh rate.

And the other is screen/image corruption mainly in the top bar next to clock, in stock browser and some other place.

I have had the 2nd, screen flicker/corruption and it seemse to be related to the notificationbar - having items like unread e-mails can make it "break" for a sek or two.

I have also had the first, screen refreshrate mainly in low light setting. It behaves better with automatic brightness but not as obvious.

this is mostly notisble when you have a dialog box with a dimmed background around it.
 
 
16th April 2012, 12:24 PM |#62  
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Are we not talking about TWO diffrent problems in this thread?

One is where the backlight is flickering, like a old TV or some light-tube with bad refresh rate.

And the other is screen/image corruption mainly in the top bar next to clock, in stock browser and some other place.

I have had the 2nd, screen flicker/corruption and it seemse to be related to the notificationbar - having items like unread e-mails can make it "break" for a sek or two.

I have also had the first, screen refreshrate mainly in low light setting. It behaves better with automatic brightness but not as obvious.

this is mostly notisble when you have a dialog box with a dimmed background around it.

Yes we are talking about the 2x issues... however the main issue being discussed is regarding that of "One is where the backlight is flickering, like a old TV or some light-tube with bad refresh rate."
16th April 2012, 01:29 PM |#63  
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this is not a flicker this one is the browser glitch

silly game HTC is making us play really....more n more i realize i was stupid not to keep the grey that was running perfectly

I get this also sometimes while browsing or with google play store ... Hopefully a software bug ...

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16th April 2012, 02:20 PM |#64  
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I have had the 2nd, screen flicker/corruption and it seemse to be related to the notificationbar - having items like unread e-mails can make it "break" for a sek or two.

Is this one software related?

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16th April 2012, 02:25 PM |#65  
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Phone4u rang me today to see how my phone was going and trying to sell me some protection plan. I told them about this issue and that it seems to be happening a lot with other people and he said that HTC will fix it for sure in a future update due
16th April 2012, 02:31 PM |#66  
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Mine has a light but noticeable flicker only with the display is on the lowest brightness, other wise it's fine. I usually keep it in lowest to save battery( its always the screen taking the juice) so hoping a firmware upgrade can fix it
16th April 2012, 02:44 PM |#67  
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graphical distortions like within the browser are already fixed in the chinese 1.28 leak.
The slight brightness flickering seems to be a faulty power management thing, seems like its software related.
16th April 2012, 02:46 PM |#68  
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graphical distortions like within the browser are already fixed in the chinese 1.28 leak.
The slight brightness flickering seems to be a faulty power management thing, seems like its software related.

Yeah but it only seems like, i want a Statement Form htc -.-

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Yeah but it only seems like, i want a Statement Form htc -.-

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Agreed... a statement is required!
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Im Sry but i dont have paid 600 euros to get a phone with screen flickering, cracking wake up Button, a cut in the camera lens because of design fail and so on.. Thats just annoying. And then HTC Do Not have the balls to give a Statement to all of this?

HTC Thats a blame!!!

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Speaking to Vodafone and they do not have this as a raised concern on their systems (not enough logged issues); they have also not had any statement from HTC on this either. Vodafone's support was amazing; it's just a shame the problem isn't one they can resolve.

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