Category: Tools Content Rating: EveryoneInstalations: 1,000 - 5,000Version: 2.1.11Requirements: Android 2.2 and upSize: 0.488MUpdate: 2014-01-13Developer: Culture of TechDescription: Got yourself a brand new phone? Just want to check the integrity of your broken-in phone? Supports new ""Immersive Mode"" in Android 4.4 KitKat / Nexus 5. Immersive mode allows you to check the pixels of the navigation button area on your display as well as the rest of the screen by hiding the on-screen buttons; true full screen! If you're like me, one of the first things to do is make sure that all of your pixels are firing correctly! This is a simple app that allows you to swipe between solid colors to test for dead and/or stuck pixels. With the high resolution of screens today, the chances are even higher that one of those tiny pixels isn't working right. If you find a bad one, go ask for a replacement phone! How to use: Swipe to the right and look for any discolored pixels against the different color backgrounds. For example, if you see a green pixel on a red background, that is a stuck pixel. Stuck pixels have a chance of being fixed. If you find one (or more) click the ""Fix Stuck Pixels"" button at the top of the main screen. If you see a black pixel that is black on all backgrounds then that is a dead pixel. Dead pixels cannot be fixed.After running the color flasher, hit the back key to return to the main screen and check if your stuck pixel(s) were fixed.**When attempting to fix stuck pixels your screen brightness will increase and colors will flash rapidly**If you have the previous version of this app installed (previously listed as a separate app on the Play Store, ""Perfect Pixel Checker""), please uninstall it as it will no longer be updated.
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