InjuredPixels: Dead Pixel Test

4.3
35 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Use InjuredPixels to screen test a smartphone or tablet in the store, before buying, or during the warranty period, as you may get a replacement according to the manufacturer's dead pixel policy. InjuredPixels fills the entire screen with a primary or custom color, helping you to easily spot pixels that do not match the selected color.

The app is very easy to use:

• tap the color buttons or use the volume keys to cycle through colors
• double tap anywhere to hide the buttons and check every inch for defects
• double tap again to show the buttons
• swipe down from the top of the screen and tap Back or Home to exit the app

Note: When going full (empty) screen, touching, tapping or swiping does nothing, giving you the freedom to clean or gently rub any area while testing.

"InjuredPixels is just about as simple a program as you'll see." (BetaNews) It's also completely free, doesn't show ads, and requires no Internet and no extra permissions whatsoever.

Last, but not least, InjuredPixels is 100% open source. We look forward to your contributions! https://github.com/aurelitec/injuredpixels-android



Feedback is greatly appreciated. Please report any issues:

• on the Web: http://www.aurelitec.com

• by e-mail: contact@aurelitec.com

• by tweet: https://twitter.com/aurelitec
Updated on
Oct 18, 2016

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4.3
35 reviews
Gary “FlashAssassin77” Moore
August 15, 2020
Does what is says and does it well.
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A Google user
February 8, 2017
Just tried it on new Moto G4 and it works well. Very easy, clear and no adds.
17 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
October 22, 2017
Works great to test a new phone. And it doesn't require any special permissions.
3 people found this review helpful
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