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    today i was using my iphine suddenly i saw that there is a green dot in my touchscreen
    then i restarted the phone but it was still there
    then after sometimes it started flashing then it went of
    then again i restarted the phone it came again and started flashing and went again
    can anyone tell me whats the problem
    and what do i have to do if want to solve it



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    Quote Originally Posted by shadman248 View Post
    today i was using my iphine suddenly i saw that there is a green dot in my touchscreen
    then i restarted the phone but it was still there
    then after sometimes it started flashing then it went of
    then again i restarted the phone it came again and started flashing and went again
    can anyone tell me whats the problem
    and what do i have to do if want to solve it
    Sounds like you have a sticky pixel.

    You`ll have to take it to Apple to repair.

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    It's likely a 'stuck' pixel. Look online for videos to fix stuck or dead pixels and use itunes to put it on your phone and run it for a while. It flashes through common colours and it could snap out of it and show another colour.

    This page has some videos: http://www.jscreenfix.com/video.php

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    I had the same problem 10 minutes ago. Did a restore, green dot still there! Than I got pissed and hit it a few times (not too hard of course, you don't smack anything you love ;-) ). It started flashing to and after a few more taps it disappeared. I hope it stays like that...

    So if it happens aigan, tap it gently... (worked fine for me)

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    lmao love your solution, hit it lol!
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    woohoo and ill post again so i get 300 posts lol
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    Okay my green dot returned :-D
    Little bastard...
    Hitting it failed, of course it was a bit too obvious :-P
    Lol

    I found this link:

    http://www.ebaspace.com/iphone-app/#_home

    Open it on safari in your iphone and all colours of the rainbow pass through.
    Don't look at it for too long or you'll go nuts! :-P

    Keep the url open for about 10-20minutes and your stuck pixel should be fixed!

    I hope it stays away now, otherwise you'll hear from mee again soon!

    Bye

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    The ebaspace-thing seemed to work in the beginning, but the stuck pixel returned shortly after.
    Again, hitting didn't help any longer :-D
    So I just watched a movie (family guy, if you must know), and the pixel started working again slowly...

    So instead of looking and weird flashing colors, just open a movie on your iphone and your dot will disappear too.

    Couldn't be easier no?

    Bye
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    I also found it these stuck pixels are temperature-related. When you have a green dot on your screen and your iphone feels cold, put in your pocket for a while before you start panicking :-D Eventually they disappear when the iphone warmed op.

    I think it works a lot better than all of the pixelfixers i've already used :-D

    And it seems like I'm the only one posting on this thread!
    Feels good talking to myself...

    Bye :-D
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    If the problem persists...run the stuck pixel video overnight...make sure you have autolock to never.
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