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graynada
post Mar 27 2019, 11:47 PM
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Just recently I have noticed the quality of the display has deteriorated. This seems to be mainly associated with displaying dark colours (but not pure black). It is most noticeable on the home screen, icons and wall paper and when watching videos on Kodi. On the home screen it makes the wallpaper look very light and loses sharpness as do the icons.

Changing settings in Display, Miracast(?) has some effect but I can't get it perfect.

Has anyone else seen this? ie has a software update introduced this 'feature' or is my screen potentially on the way out?
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graynada
post Apr 12 2019, 02:34 AM
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Guess it's just me then! blink.gif

But as way of an update it would seem to be linked to the auto brightness feature. I have tried covering up where I think the sensor is and this can create the same effect. I still have the original shipping screen protector on so I wonder if the age of this is interfering with it; just hoping the sensor is not on it's way out!!
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jakfish
post Apr 12 2019, 06:18 AM
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So sorry to hear of these woes. Obviously, you've tried to disable the auto brightness, right? Same issue?

Jake

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