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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3.6
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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!

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A Google User
Aug 18, 2014
Works as mentioned.
A Google User
Aug 18, 2014
FANTASTIC and simple Had horrible keyboard, status bar and on screen keys burn in on my galaxy nexus which I now use as my backup work phone and for music and navigation (imo best device ever used when new ). Used this for a couple hours over the week and the screen is noticeably better. After running it over the weekend, it'd screen is nearly as good as new. Very simple and worked on my AMOLED galaxy nexus and HTC nexus one
A Google User
Aug 17, 2014
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A Google User
Aug 16, 2014
Very nice Only gripe is there is no way to freeze it on a specific color while also staying in full screen mode with no virtual buttons
A Google User
Aug 6, 2014
Didn't make any difference. So I've started to notice screen burn at the top of my screen and so download the app to try and clear it. Had it going for the full 8 hour cycle and no charge. It made no difference as far as I can see and the screen burn wasn't massively bad either. I'm on a Samsung Galaxy S4 w/ Android 4.4.2