How to fix the ghost
Burn-in effect, burnt effect or ghost screen, is the name given to a permanent or lasting discoloration of a smartphone screen caused by irregular use of pixels.
Prolonged use of still images can create a shadow on the screen, so that a shadow of that image will always appear.
In this article we will see how you can solve this annoying problem.
What is burn-in?
The ghost screen was on everyone’s lips again after some Pixel 2 XL presented this well-known problem.
This happens when the points of light produced by the images on the screen lose intensity due to prolonged use.
In addition, irregular use (having only part of the screen illuminated for a long time) can “burn” that image on the screen, so that it will always remain visible.
This problem is common and mainly affectsOLED screens (although LCD screens are not free of this setback). Smartphone models that have navigation buttons on the screen are often victims of this failure.
Fortunately, there are solutions to restore the image quality on your device, especially thanks to an application.
Solve the burn-in effect
Preventing before curing
The burning effect problem appears when we have the same still image during a lake time period.
So one of the best ways to avoid it is to prevent that very thing. For this we have three basic tips to care for your screen in front of the burn-in effect:
- Sets the auto power off of the display to one minute or less.
- Activates automatic brightness.
- If the screen has advanced settings, do not saturate the colors to the maximum.
Through this application you can restore the image quality of your smartphone. The principle of Fulscrn Free is simple: a sequence of primary colors is displayed across the screen surface of your device, so that those “burned” pixels are restored.
This was, in fact, the main function of computer screensavers: a dynamic image that appears when the screen has been idle for some time, so that the pixels don’t stay on all the time, always in the same area.
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