Screen Burn-in Tool

Screen Burn-in Tool


Does your Android screen have evidence of screen burn-in? Use this app to remove burn-in from your device's AMOLED or other display.

A sequence of primary colors is used to restore burned-out pixels. Built originally for ICS and now KitKat, the sequence will run fullscreen so that the Navigation Bar is hidden.

Recommended for Moto X and similar devices.

Recent changes:
Fixed bug causing color rotation to stop after a certain time - Thanks Jason!
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3.5
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File size
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About Screen Burn-in Tool
Does your Android screen have evidence of screen burn-in? Use this app to remove burn-in from your device's AMOLED or other display.

A sequence of primary colors is used to restore burned-out pixels. Built originally for ICS and now KitKat, the sequence will run fullscreen so that the Navigation Bar is hidden.

Recommended for Moto X and similar devices.

Recent changes:
Fixed bug causing color rotation to stop after a certain time - Thanks Jason!

Android Market Comments
A Google User
6 days ago
Brilliant It helps, it made mine better but didn't cure it fully. This is outlined as soon as you run it, so 5 stars for the app. It doesn't pretend to be a total cure, but it certainly improves it. It is the only one out there, as well.
A Google User
Jun 22, 2015
.. It sadly made my screen even worst... There's random color lines when I look at anything with black or grey..
A Google User
Jun 13, 2015
Saved lgg2 This app saved my phone. The image was severely burned into my screen, and after 40 minutes it was completely fixed. Definitely give it a try.
A Google User
Jun 12, 2015
NOT FOR AMOLED DISPLAYS If you have a newish Samsung or Motorola phone (search on Google if your phone has an amoled display) then DO NOT use this app. Burn-in cannot be fixed on an Amoled display, unless you create an image with the correct colours, that balance out the pixels' degradation. Plain colours do not fix the issue; they just degrade ALL pixels at the SAME rate. This means you end up with a degraded screen, and you still have the burn in marks there. Don't try it!!!
A Google User
Jun 12, 2015
I have a note 3 and the top of the sreen is faint so if that's what u got nothin will fix it, its just like a plasma tv.
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