Test your screen and figure out whether it has hassles.
With this check instrument that you would be able to take a look at your software’s LCD/OLED display. It’s designed to permit full monitor trying out in Jelly Bean/ICS/Honeycomb gadgets by way of hiding the soft keys.
-= Free features =-
◆ Lifeless pixel take a look at: realize “lifeless pixels” with the aid of showing a sequence of stable history coloration pages
◆ Colour exams: contrast, gradient (banding) and saturation tests
◆ Gamma calibration tests (grey/red/green/blue)
◆ Viewing attitude assessments (This is useless for OLED displays)
◆ Multi-touch test
◆ Display performance tests
◆ Repair burn in – scrolling black & white bars
◆ Display measures info: monitor measurement, GPU type, dpi, density-independent pixel size, OpenGL 1.x info, pixel format
◆ Actual world photos for reference and comparison
◆ 4-color gradient test with orientation change correction (Android 2.2 and higher)
-= Pro features =- (Enabled)
◆ No splash screen
◆ Repair burn in – noise (white, b&w, crimson, inexperienced, blue) => Only Android 2.2 and higher!
◆ Pixel layout & dithering checks
◆ Built-in font types check
◆ Manually DPI size
◆ Color charts
◆ Touch screen dead spot tester
-= Soft key hiding in ICS/Honeycomb/JellyBean =-
Use the preferences menu option for this or just lengthy touch the display right through a take a look at is working.
-= Gestures =-
◆ Slide left-right: alternate take a look at image
◆ Slide up-down: change brightness
◆ Lengthy contact: change between full reveal and standard reveal (Android 3.0 and higher)
◆ Double tap: cover or convey the take a look at explicit settings dialog (if available)
When the soft keys are hidden it’s not simple to advance to the following reveal: First tap to make the buttons appear, then a quick swipe for the next screen before the buttons are hidden again.
◆ Android 5.0 release (Lollipop)