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Thread: HELP! I think I might have a green band running on the side of my Fascinate screen!

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    HELP! I think I might have a green band running on the side of my Fascinate screen!

    I have the same issue as this person who posted their screen. I only see the green band when I have scrolled down the notification bar. Once I move away from the notification bar, everything seems okay except on some applications that show tint of green line on the left side but not really visible.

    I was wondering if anyone else is having this problem or should I just return it for a new one.

    Thanks in advance for your comments.
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    100% normal on ALL super amoled screens. If someone says they don't have it, then that means they just have bad eyes.
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    I've got it too, and I wouldn't have even noticed it if it weren't for this thread. Kinda wish I didn't read this thread now.
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    I have it to, looks like its just the color of the border for the menu I bet it can be changed when we start getting custom roms.
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    Mine isn't nearly as dramatic as the one in that screen shot.
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    to above post...

    I snapped a photo of the same thing on my phone, and while its not very noticeable in real usage, in the photo its like theres a 3mm thick neon green line.

    I think that due to how blurry the photo is, it accentuates the green line quite a bit.... I know absolutely NOTHING about photography or ophthamology/optometry so everything I'm saying is unfounded, but just what I've observed

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