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10th April 2014, 10:48 AM   |  #1  
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That black spot grows when the phone gets hot. All other functions are normal.

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10th April 2014, 04:19 PM   |  #2  
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That black spot grows when the phone gets hot. All other functions are normal.

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Repair your phone as soon as possible because this spot is due to overheating and if you are using OC then use without it otherwise the only solution is to go Repair Shop
10th April 2014, 06:38 PM   |  #3  
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No i am not using it overclocked. I left it tethering and came back and found that. I dnt have an htc repair shop where i am and i dont trust these other repair guys. So i wanna knoe if its the lcd or what that is broken.

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No i am not using it overclocked. I left it tethering and came back and found that. I dnt have an htc repair shop where i am and i dont trust these other repair guys. So i wanna knoe if its the lcd or what that is broken.

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Well, your LCD is definitely breaking, its spreading out when hot because the heat makes the liquid more thin I believe. If you are sure all other functions are normal and that you are not getting any forced overheat reboots or the digitizer is fully functional then I would at minimum replace the LCD, if possible replace the LCD + digitizer as a whole unit as its easier to fit

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Well, your LCD is definitely breaking, its spreading out when hot because the heat makes the liquid more thin I believe. If you are sure all other functions are normal and that you are not getting any forced overheat reboots or the digitizer is fully functional then I would at minimum replace the LCD, if possible replace the LCD + digitizer as a whole unit as its easier to fit

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Will putting it in the fridge work though...all other functions are normal though.
15th April 2014, 11:02 AM   |  #6  
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Will putting it in the fridge work though...all other functions are normal though.

No! That's a very dangerous thing to do! It won't help the screen and moisture will build up on your mother board and kill your phone!

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No! That's a very dangerous thing to do! It won't help the screen and moisture will build up on your mother board and kill your phone!

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ohh well thanks for the support i guess am just gonna have to use it like this until i can get a replacment or at least sell it.
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Only replace the lcd

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