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  1. Jephtath

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    I am a new user of android. After rooting my phone recently, my phone has shown display issues. My previous firmware was a stock Asian firmware, can't remember what it is. When i rooted my phone, i flashed a xwkdd firmware to my phone. Now i am facing somewhat of an lcd issue whereby my camera takes extremely grainy photos, especially photos with different shades of black. The same goes for when i play videos on my phone, it cannot display black color properly, making the video grain and difficult to enjoy. Is this problem due to my firmware? I would like to ask for advice. thanks alot!!!

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    It could be. You might be trying to run the screen at a different framerate to what it was designed for. My advice would be to try another firmware, preferably an 'asian' one. What firmware are you currently on exactly?
     
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    Model no: GT-I9100
    Android Ver: 2.3.3
    Baseband Ver: I9100CCKDH
    Kernel Ver: 2.6.35.7-I900DXKH2-CL483911root@DELL138#2
    Build no: GINGERBREAD.XWKDD

    My phone is from Singapore so the original firmware should be the asian one (DXKI2).

    Help me out cos i am really worried about sending it back for repair since i have already rooted my phone.


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    Are you sure you rooted as that looks like a stock kernel. The firmware/build number you have flashed is a downgrade to what was on in the first place which might be your problem.
    I would recommend flashing a 2.3.6 firmware from here

    Then root with the matching cfroot kernel from here
     
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    Would it be better for me to revert back to stock first? I was thinking of getting my old DXKI2 firmware again. can you guide me on how to unroot my phone safely and get back my stock firmware? If it helps i used superoneclick to root my phone in the first place.

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