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  1. xdawniekins

    xdawniekins Member

    i really have no idea how to explain this, but my phone's graphics will often (randomly) go all...wonky. items that are supposed to fade are weird & pixelated, the on/off/reboot menu is transparent with a messed up header, and basically everything is just..dumb. it fixes itself when i reboot, but it seems to be doing it more often now.
    also, my phone is rooted, overclocked to 900GHz, & has the Admired Monster 5.3 ROM.

  2. xdawniekins

    xdawniekins Member

    casually bumping this thread back up because i still don't know what is wrong with my phone.
  3. iVsU

    iVsU Member

    Have you tried another ROM?
  4. qandres12

    qandres12 Well-Known Member

    ooh well the monster 5.3 full build rom isnt the same stability wise for everyone. definitely try a different rom, or underclock the phone for awhile see if that helps. lol if you can one's phone can run monster 5.3 full build perfectly then you have a ungodly phone!
  5. xdawniekins

    xdawniekins Member

    this is late, but i've tried a different rom (m-bravo 6.1), and it still glitches up, but nowhere near as often. i think i'll underclock my phone for awhile and see if that helps.
  6. twogbsd

    twogbsd Well-Known Member

    In the main post, it says 900Ghz... If your phone was overclocked to 900Ghz your phone would instantly blow up... Just thought I'd point that out :p

    Sent from my potato
  7. KageBeast

    KageBeast Well-Known Member

    Might be a hardware problem. My screen is pretty jacked up too
  8. qandres12

    qandres12 Well-Known Member

    you know kage a lot of people are upgrading phones to the lg motion, you should try seeing if you can somehow get their old admire
  9. KageBeast

    KageBeast Well-Known Member

    Or I might just save up a couple of bucks for a new phone. Christmas don't fail me!
  10. xdawniekins

    xdawniekins Member

    i'm sorry - i meant MHz.
    i think it's a hardware issue. i'm getting a new phone soon, so it's whatevs.

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