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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Doit2it, Sep 14, 2011.

  1. Doit2it

    Doit2it Android Expert
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    Anyone else notice this?

    If I'm browsing for any amount of time, when I leave the browser (usually Dolphin for Pad) I can see an burned image of the white lines above and below the address bar. If I have the keyboard up for any amount of time, if I go to a dark screen afterwards, I can see the keys as a burned image.

    The image will fade over time while the TF is running. And shutting the TF down for a short period (a minute or two) will quickly erase the image.

    Is this common, or should I be concerned? It is only temporary. And before you suggest, it's not a retina image burn (my eyes). I can invert the TF and see the keyboard image inverted. Thanks
     



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  2. Swizz

    Swizz Android Enthusiast

    I have no answer to your question, but I can say that I experience the same thing on my G-Slate. It's worrisome that it may become permanent, but I've never seen it last beyond 2 minutes.
     

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