4 Ways to fix AMOLED burn-in on Android display [ Tips ]

When Super AMOLED was introduced, it changed the era of LEDs. AMOLED is awesome in many ways, colors are sharp, display is super bright etc. But there is a problem with AMOLED display, it burn-in the display on Android devices, pictures get blurry as in old days of CRT screens. Well no need to get worry AMOLED burn-in can be fixed.

In the following guide I’ll tell you how to fix AMOLED burn-in on Android devices, we are not using any root methods nor black and white wallpaper trick. All you have to do is install a third-party app on your device and boom its fixed. Also I’ll tell more methods that will prevent AMOLED burn-in on Android display.


How to fix Amoled burn-in on Android:

  • First open Google Play on your Android device.
  • Search for AMOLED Burn-In Fixer and install it.
  • Run the AMOLED Burn-In Fixer from your app drawer.
  • First it will tell test you device whether burn-in has happened or not. Also it will hide the UI parts to prevent the burn-in.
  • If you device is having AMOLED burn-in issue AMOLED Burn-In Fixer will fix it.

All done.

Method #2:

  • Open settings on your Android device.
  • Tap on display.
  • Reduce your screen brightness or set it on automatic.
  • Reduce your screen timeout, set to 10 seconds.

All Done.

Method #3:

  • Open Settings on your device.
  • Tap on Accessibility.
  • Select Display from the list.
  • Find Color inversion and turn it on.

All Done.

Method #4:

  • Open Google Play on your device.
  • Search for Nova Launcher and install it.
  • Once installed enable the Nova Launcher and select it as default.
  • Also change your home screen wallpaper to a solid color wallpaper.

All Done.

After applying all these methods if still you facing AMOLED burn-in issue on your Android display, then you should head to manufacturer service center to get it fixed.

Ali Raza

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