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.
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.
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!
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