Display and Touchscreen

Display

The display check displays 5 test screens to check for different types of display faults. Each screen is displayed for about 3 seconds.

  • White: Check for dead pixels  (i.e. black dots).
  • Black: Check for bright pixels (e.g. white dots) and backlight bleed (e.g. white clouds). Check for dead or bright lines.
  • Red/Green/Blue: Check the color is consistent across the whole display.

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Select OK is the screen looks OK for each of these tests, otherwise select NOK.

Touchscreen

This tests the touchscreen (digitizer) for dead areas and 5 point multi-touch.

The touchscreen test displays 2 vertical lines. You should touch both lines at the top of the screen with 1 finger and drag to the bottom of the screen. This is repeated for 3 sets of lines, with each set of lines covering different parts of the touch screen.

A 5 point multi-touch test follows. Just touch the screen with 5 fingers. Note: This test is skipped if the device does not support 5 touch points.

The test will automatically complete OK if the traced lines have been followed on the touchscreen and the 5 point multi-touch is OK. The test will be deemed NOK if a set number of attempts are made and the test has not completed. If your device has a faulty touchscreen and your device can recognize a touch anywhere on the screen, then you can just tap there a number of times to fail the test and move to the next test.


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This shows the basic touchscreen functionality is OK or NOK.

It uses 2D graphics, and hence also shows the basic 2D function is OK.

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