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15th May 2014, 04:47 PM   |  #1  
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Last week my screen start flickering.. Ghosting and also every thing on screen stay for seconds even if iam whatching something else...but. Fortunately when phone tempreture > 38c the screen function properly... I wonder if someome had same issue and can help me fixing it... It is really annoying
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Yup yup, I, and another guy here had the same issue, and it was a hardware defect. You'll have to send it in to Sony and get a new screen.
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Yup yup, I, and another guy here had the same issue, and it was a hardware defect. You'll have to send it in to Sony and get a new screen.

I am out of warranty I think it is time to buy new device
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I am out of warranty I think it is time to buy new device

How come? Have you opened it yourself before or something?

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How come? Have you opened it yourself before or something?

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It is demo device i got it from sony while i were working with them
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It is demo device i got it from sony while i were working with them

Auch! Well.. you could try your luck and just send it to them and see what they do. Do not send it in to Sony themselves, but to an authorized repair center. They get paid for each phone they fix (by Sony), so some of them do not care about "trivial" stuff like these.

Or you can just call them a call and see what's up.

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