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13th September 2014, 07:51 AM |#51  
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Not sure if it's better or worse. It's just lgd is more comon.
 
 
23rd September 2014, 06:35 PM |#52  
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Is this app accurate? Before kdz my lgg2 to stock 4.4.2 I was on cm10.2 its state jdi, flash to cm11 its still the same, jdi. But on the stock 4.4.2 rooted I check again its lgd....
23rd September 2014, 08:24 PM |#53  
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It shows you the current setup. It also asks you if there are visual deformations.
16th October 2014, 08:55 PM |#54  
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Have a new replacement device.
Came with zva where my original came with zvc.
My original had a JDI screen and was beautiful.
This one has an LGD screen and it looks like a waffle.
In sunlight I see lines all over it. Tiny square boxes covering the entire screen.
Is that normal for a LGD screen?
8th November 2014, 04:50 AM |#55  
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Have a new replacement device.
Came with zva where my original came with zvc.
My original had a JDI screen and was beautiful.
This one has an LGD screen and it looks like a waffle.
In sunlight I see lines all over it. Tiny square boxes covering the entire screen.
Is that normal for a LGD screen?

How is your picture contrast on the new screen compared to the old one? I find my replacement scrren slightly over contrast and almost fuzzy up close vs the more natural crisp screen of my previous D801s.

My screen is an LGD
8th November 2014, 05:13 AM |#56  
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How is your picture contrast on the new screen compared to the old one? I find my replacement scrren slightly over contrast and almost fuzzy up close vs the more natural crisp screen of my previous D801s.

My screen is an LGD

My original was definitely crisper.
This is not horrible but definitely can tell a difference.
14th May 2015, 11:10 PM |#57  
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question is it possible to witch screen you have by serial?
i mean i need a new one for my lg g3 and there is a lge and jdi type. and i want a lge but how do i know witch i get befor buying?
15th May 2015, 02:19 AM |#58  
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Hey sorry m8. It has to be stated somewhere. Can you look up the serial numbers?
15th May 2015, 02:22 AM |#59  
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Hey sorry m8. It has to be stated somewhere. Can you look up the serial numbers?

I can't find any useful info in the serial number.
Sorry if i post here for a lg g3(btw didn't know lg also messed up the g2 with the **** jdi screen. Really dumb. Cause there screen is better and from there own brand, but no they put a **** jdi screen in the place jdi is always yellowish. Had the same with the oneplus one)
22nd August 2016, 01:13 AM |#60  
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I cant check my panel type.

i have same error and i am rooted
22nd August 2016, 09:42 AM |#61  
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Which os version? Try unchecking: mount namespace seperation in supersu

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