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Cold colors on m2

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16th August 2014, 07:52 PM   |  #1  
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Hi guys. Can anyone help me with my problem?my display has very cold colors in gaming and homescreen. How can I solve my problem?

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Hi guys. Can anyone help me with my problem?my display has very cold colors in gaming and homescreen. How can I solve my problem?

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It's a sort of dirty green-ish tint, right? After a months I mostly don't see it anymore. The readability however is good, and this screen so it seems uses little power. I can get an on- time double of my other mobiles, without any trick. My Acer notebook also has that tint - and a great usage times of close to 6 h.
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It's a sort of dirty green-ish tint, right? After a months I mostly don't see it anymore. The readability however is good, and this screen so it seems uses little power. I can get an on- time double of my other mobiles, without any trick. My Acer notebook also has that tint - and a great usage times of close to 6 h.

Does Xperia m2 have X-reality? Can I have it on my phone? Thanks for helping me.

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Does Xperia m2 have X-reality? Can I have it on my phone? Thanks for helping me.

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I don't see it in build.prop.

On my device the screen is set from factory relatively dark. If the screen brightness is increased colour reproduction and tint seem better, of course at cost. If you want to try that and still have auto-brightness without pumping effect, then try YAAB.
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