Android Data Recovery
Screen Burn-in of Your Android Smartphone Fixed
- Part 1. Definition: What is Screen Burn-in
- Part 2. Reason: Why Screen Burn-in Happens
- Part 3. Solution: How to Fix or Avoid Screen Burn-in
- Part 4. Fix: Recover Files from Broken Screen
1. Stay on the same stay interface for a long time (Over 1 hour).
2. It is much easier for a LCD screen to get burned especially when it is the first 200 hours to use your new device.
3. There may remain a shadow if the pixel dead and cause the discoloration which is permanently there and can’t be wiped.
1. Lock the screen when you don’t use your Android phone. And of course, don’t stay on the same interface for more than 20 minutes.
2. Adjust the screen contrast of AMOLED screen to 50 or lower. A high screen contrast will burn the chemical substance of the AMOLED screen fiercely and will accelerate the process of burn-in. So keep it in mind to lower the brightness and contrast of your Android.
3. In the first 200 hours of using your new Android smartphone, you will be suggested to full screen playback the interface rather than 4:3 format so as to protect the screen.
4. You can make it transparent of the status bar and the dynamic wallpaper.
Android Data Extraction. You can download it from the following icon to regain your files.
Step 1 Install this program and go into "Broken Android Data Recovery" to choose your ideal data to be scanned from your broken phone, such as "contacts", "messaging", etc.
Step 2 Then, click to choose your phone version and press "Next" to continue.
Step 3 The next step would require you to follow it to turn your device into "Download Mode" so that you can use the recovery package to recover the broken Samsung.
Step 4 What you have selected in step 1 can be shown in this way. Please check them and confirm whether it is what you need. If yes, click "Recover" to save those data lest you would lose all contents when phone screen goes wrong.
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