10-01-2016 09:18 PM
10-02-2016 02:40 AM
Ok guys the only thing that I can see is that we have to report this thing to the tech world and the best platform for that is Twitter. Now I don't think that there is any soul out here who doesn't has a acoount on Twitter. Now I tweeted to @geekyranjit who is a very famous and humble tech video blogger on YouTube and Twitter. And I received a response from Motorola. Now if there are mass tweet to him and Motorola maybe Motorola will take a look into the issue instead of providing us with silly suggestions like doing a factory reset. I am providing some screenshots. If you want to use the same words that I did you are free to do so but please do something. Its a humble request to everyone who is facing this problem.
10-02-2016 05:58 AM
Same issue. Here's a picture. Can anybody from Motorola do something about it or simply launch phones with increasing alphabets and numbers. Provide a better service guys.
10-02-2016 10:17 AM - edited 10-02-2016 10:20 AM
So? Now where is the solution? Its been 2 months now and no solution yet provided. Have tried everything, wiping partition, factory reset, safe mode etc but its not yet solved. Common Motorola, stop this nuisance and provide us a solution via OTA updates else refund our money. Already this phone has heating issue. if problems like Ghost Images and other stuff keeps popping out then i must say your company gonna have a mighty blow. I've lost faith in moto. Thanks for ruining moto brand lenovo.
10-02-2016 10:45 AM
i have only shared one imei
This is a really irritating problem on my new phone. i have already shared the images of the shadows on the screen in my prvevious posts.
So Fix this fast. Or return my money!!
10-02-2016 01:04 PM - edited 10-02-2016 01:05 PM
THIS IS MY OPINION ON WHATS GOING ON HERE...
These phones seem to be fine for the first few weeks and then the screen burn issue starts. It sounds like an electrical component that feeds power to the screen (possibly a resistor) is wearing out (failing) prematurely and as a result of this failure it is allowing too much current to flow to the screen, this overload of current is maybe the reason for the display burning itself in after only a few mins of use. The screen shouldnt do this so quicky unless a spike in power is present. I know this has happened with certain LCD TV screens with component failures, similar scenario on the G4. Just my opinion AND OF COURSE I COULD BE WRONG with this but it should be investigated. It isnt a software issue IMO.
10-02-2016 01:41 PM
Enough is enough moto or lenovo whatever Now i am going to file a claim in consumer Court as well as central visilance Now i cant wait or trust any more i don't want to waste my own earned money that i have invested to purchase this device