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It also happens on Samsung a lot - it’s the nature of the beast with AMOLED panels :(. It’s an issue because of how the panels are designed - it’s just as bad as a plasma TV without some sort of built in prevention method like pixel motion that the user will not notice.
-Change your background somewhat frequently on these AMOLED phones and alternate your app icon locations. It’s sadly the only way to prevent it (or avoid making it worse) from happening. If you do not need an app, remove it or locate it to a folder which you can alternate the location on.
+Change your background somewhat frequently on these AMOLED phones and alternate your app icon locations. It’s sadly the only way to prevent it from happening (or making it worse). If you do not need an app, remove it or locate it to a folder which you can alternate the location on.

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Editado por: Nick ,

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It also happens on Samsung a lot - it’s the nature of the beast with AMOLED panels :(. It’s an issue because of how the panels are designed - it’s just as bad as a plasma TV without some sort of built in prevention method like pixel motion that the user will not notice.
-Change your background somewhat frequently on these AMOLED phones and alternate your app icon locations. It’s sadly the only way to prevent it (or avoid making it worse) from happening.
+Change your background somewhat frequently on these AMOLED phones and alternate your app icon locations. It’s sadly the only way to prevent it (or avoid making it worse) from happening. If you do not need an app, remove it or locate it to a folder which you can alternate the location on.

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Editado por: Nick ,

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-It also happens on Samsung a lot - it’s the nature of the beast with AMOLED panels :(.
+It also happens on Samsung a lot - it’s the nature of the beast with AMOLED panels :(. It’s an issue because of how the panels are designed - it’s just as bad as a plasma TV without some sort of built in prevention method like pixel motion that the user will not notice.
Change your background somewhat frequently on these AMOLED phones and alternate your app icon locations. It’s sadly the only way to prevent it (or avoid making it worse) from happening.

Estatus:

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Aporte original por: Nick ,

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It also happens on Samsung a lot - it’s the nature of the beast with AMOLED panels :(.

Change your background somewhat frequently on these AMOLED phones and alternate your app icon locations. It’s sadly the only way to prevent it (or avoid making it worse) from happening.

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open