How To Fix Samsung Galaxy S9+ Screen Burn-in

The Samsung Galaxy S9 + is one of the leading Android smartphone models in the market today. It has an excellent build quality made of an aluminum frame with Corning Gorilla Glass in the front and back. Its large 6.2-inch Super AMOLED Infinity screen is ideal for watching your favorite multimedia content. Although this is a solid performance device, there are cases in which certain problems may arise that we will address today. In this latest installment of our problem solving series, we will address the problem of burning the Galaxy S9 + screen.

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How to Fix Samsung Galaxy S9 + Screen Burn-in
Problem: I bought a Samsung Galaxy S9 + from the United Arab Emirates. but on my new phone there is a static instragram window image mostly transparent. where "instagram" is at the top and some logos of the start menu are at the bottom of the screen. I tried many things from google search and youtube. Factory reset done. I do not know if it happens after the update of oreo or not. I'm in a big family problem. Because I bought it abroad and it's not under warranty. all the other things well. Phone works fine but a static red color like the Instagram window appears below the screen. Please, sir, help me to recover the screen of my phone and save me.

Solution: Before continuing with the troubleshooting steps listed below, it is best to make sure that your phone runs first with the latest version of the software. If there is an update available, I suggest you download and install it first.

Due to the fact that this phone uses an AMOLED screen, it is more prone to recording problems, especially if a static image is constantly displayed on the screen. What happens in this case is that the screen will usually suffer a discoloration and often will have a noticeable outline of a text or image that persists on the screen.

There are several ways you can do to prevent your phone from having this problem that we have listed below.

Do not adjust the brightness of the screen to its maximum level. Increasing the brightness requires more current to be delivered to the LED, which in turn can shorten its lifespan.
Be sure to turn off the screen when it is not in use to prevent static images from being displayed.
Make sure the immersive mode, when available. This hides the notification bar, so static icons will not be displayed.
Use one with darker colors and change it from time to time.
Use keyboards that offer darker themes to avoid color degradation in the lower half of the screen.
In the event that your phone has a recording problem, continue with the troubleshooting steps listed below.

Check if the problem occurs in safe mode

One factor that can cause this problem is an application that you downloaded to your device. To check if this is the case, you must start the phone in Safe Mode, since only pre-installed applications can run in this mode.

Turn off the phone
Press and hold the Power key past the screen of the model name that appears on the screen.
When SAMSUNG appears on the screen, release the Power key.
Immediately after releasing the On key, press and hold the volume down key.
Continue pressing the key to lower the volume until the device finishes rebooting.
When the Safe Mode appears in the lower left corner of the screen, release the key to lower the volume.
If the problem does not occur in this mode, the problem could be due to a downloaded application. Find out what application is this and uninstall it.

Clean the phone's cache partition

The data stored in the telephone system's cache is used to accelerate access to your phone's applications. Sometimes, this data can be corrupted, which causes problems in the device. To verify if a corrupted cache data is causing the problem, you will need to clear the phone's cache partition from recovery mode.

Turn off the phone
Hold down the Volume Up key and the Bixby key, then press the power key and hold it down.
When the Android logo is displayed, release all keys ("Install to

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