you're so wrong
Regarding that you won't get burn-in or that the tool will prevent it? I do believe I've seen a few reports since my post but an RMA solved the problems. That tool looks to do more harm than good as a preventative. And really, how many have burn-in in the million or so sold?
Interesting. I wonder if there is a way to see that. Or not.
I don't see a thing! I ran the 10 hours of white screen and there is no shadow or burn-in whatsoever. I even looked at your video and didn't see anything in the few minutes I watched. Is it possible this is an overactive imagination? Just being facetious, but the bottom like is that you don't see it under normal use.See if it's happening?
I mean I've had my device since release and I have it. I can see it faintly on an all white back ground. My brightness is almost always at 50% auto or less. Normal day to day use I don't see a thing.
I always get it on amoled displays... its because of the black navbar... if google made the colour change on every single app we wouldn't have the problem... yes there are apps for this and roms.. but the app doesn't work all the time and not everyone has a custom rom.
I RMA mine 6ish months in every time and get a new one.. I literally just received my new pixel xl yesterday.
I've never had burn in on any Amoled screen. Then again, I don't keep my devices long enough to have it happen I guess. I purposely RMA every few months to keep the warranty fresh unless I've having issues with a device.:good:
I know this is an old post, but I believe the warranty period begins from purchase date i.e. you don't get a fresh warranty every time the device is replaced.
Yeah. Maybe...I don't want to have to restore everything though.
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So I was watching YouTube and then my phone performed a random reboot. Woe and behold, I spotted massive navbar burn in on the screen. Now I won't even be able to sell this piece of sh!T phone for half price.