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[HOWTO] Reproduce screen issue (updated 3x results of detailed testing) some phones

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3rd January 2012, 07:40 AM   |  #441  
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Yes you are right, they are very close, the processors also seem to be nearly the same too just slightly different snapdragon variants, the only thing really different is the rear speaker placement.
3rd January 2012, 08:07 AM   |  #442  
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Yes you are right, they are very close, the processors also seem to be nearly the same too just slightly different snapdragon variants, the only thing really different is the rear speaker placement.

The processors are exactly the same afaik
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3rd January 2012, 05:16 PM   |  #443  
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Do you guys think that this is a problem within the electronics of the phones using the 1.5Ghz processors, or just due to a problem in the screen manufacturing process for the larger screens?
3rd January 2012, 08:35 PM   |  #444  
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That was the G2X spec sheet not the G2S its the T989 that has conflicting sources on the gorilla glass.

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If anyone is interested I know someone involved in a Houston area hacker space who can put up a bounty on finding the problem in the g2s screen. They have many hardware hackers / engineers there and every diagnostic tool you can think of from P.C. board etching systems to data loggers, oscilloscopes, frequency / pattern generators to microscopes . . . It may be something as simple as lack of current.

I think we've had enough of the bounties lol, what happened to "doing it for the love of it"?......plus supercurio and another has already touched up on the issue.

I'm just sayin!
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3rd January 2012, 11:01 PM   |  #445  
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Interesting that my white sg2 the screen is perfect. Perhaps they fix it in the white version.
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3rd January 2012, 11:26 PM   |  #446  
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I think we've had enough of the bounties lol, what happened to "doing it for the love of it"?......plus supercurio and another has already touched up on the issue.

I'm just sayin!

Are they not software hackers only? I was talking about hardware only guys.
3rd January 2012, 11:29 PM   |  #447  
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Interesting that my white sg2 the screen is perfect. Perhaps they fix it in the white version.

I saw where someone had the same issue with a white version

I'm just sayin!
3rd January 2012, 11:39 PM   |  #448  
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Interesting that my white sg2 the screen is perfect. Perhaps they fix it in the white version.

Apparently some models suffer and some don't. It is not isolated to a particular color. Are you sure you followed Cheema's testing direction properly?

Are you talking about the vertical lines issue or blobs?

Did you use a grey background?

What is your phone production date?

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The guys in the galleria mall T-mobile corporate store did say that there were some flawless displays in some models.

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In some cases the white ones have been the worst.
4th January 2012, 12:38 AM   |  #449  
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Are they not software hackers only? I was talking about hardware only guys.

If the hardware guys want to do it without a bounty then i'm all for it, but raising a bounty just to find out if the problem is hardware or not doesn't make sense to me, especially when we have supercurio working on a workaround to the issues. Basically supercurio already stated that the lines and blobs are a hardware issue. Also there's another thread stating that the blobs are what you call "Mura" which is a hardware issue. The bounty for supercurio made sense because at least, he can possibly develop a software fix to mask the problem. Why should we give money to a group that will basically prove or tell us what's already been said?

I'm just sayin!
4th January 2012, 01:04 AM   |  #450  
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Apparently some models suffer and some don't. It is not isolated to a particular color. Are you sure you followed Cheema's testing direction properly?

Are you talking about the vertical lines issue or blobs?

Did you use a grey background?

What is your phone production date?

---------- Post added at 04:36 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:32 PM ----------

The guys in the galleria mall T-mobile corporate store did say that there were some flawless displays in some models.

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In some cases the white ones have been the worst.

I only did the blobs test,and of course they are some blops and vertical lines like all Amoled screens,but the color reproduction is very good,and they are almost unnotice (yeah yeah forgot the word).I dont know the production date.

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