Labib, 22 Jul 2020my galaxy s10 plus display turned some sort of grey mixed with green tint instead of deep blac... moreSince your phone is still under warranty for years you should have it checked in samsung centre. But that doesn't matter because its the fault of the phone. It sounds like a software problem. Also do you have any themes set in your phone? If so try going to default theme. I had s7 Edge red tint and I had to get new screen. Motherboard had gone. So im thinking with display it could be the problem. I hope you get it sorted.
my galaxy s10 plus display turned some sort of grey mixed with green tint instead of deep black.
I've tried to restart the phone , boot in safe mode and tweak in display settings (although I haven't changed any settings prior to the problem).
I'm pretty sure its not any hardware issue because when I go into some apps like device care and gallery the blacks are deep like it used to be before this "bug".
ive attached some photos so you can see for yourself.
also, brightness level does not matter like ive seen on some other posts that the green only occurs when brightness level is below 50% and so on, and its all over the screen not just particular spot.
Anonymus, 22 Jul 2020Like I said high voltage and amperage (P=U x I (W=A x V)) is killing battery because 65W is a ... moreThis whole discussion was about using a higher wattage charger with low wattage limited phone. No harm in using 65W charger if your phone doesn't support that much in the first place. I personally charge with 10W setting only because I can't take another battery swap after a short time. Even 15W is overkill for me.
Anonymus, 22 Jul 2020I hav read some articles about 65W chargers from chinese companies like Vivo and etc. They are... moreI would prefer to choose Apple 5w charger for its current and future phones as it is still nice and don't hurt your battery, for current generation iPhone 11 series 18w charger is not going good with their battery health dropping very fast is this concern for charging with fast charger so less charging is always useful but you have do scrafice charging time for it if you have no issues there so its all good to go.
Maggi, 22 Jul 2020I didnt mention anything about note 7 charging. I merley was remembering note 7 battery expl... moreLike I said high voltage and amperage (P=U x I (W=A x V)) is killing battery because 65W is a lot and too much for small batteries on phone.
Anonymous, 21 Jul 2020Has literally nothing to do with the charger but hardware of the batteries themselves. Note 7 ... moreI didnt mention anything about note 7 charging. I merley was remembering note 7 battery exploding.
Maggi, 21 Jul 2020Please do not think that I know nothing about this subject. I can go into this in great detail... moreI hav read some articles about 65W chargers from chinese companies like Vivo and etc. They are killing batteries. And this week I read articles for 100+ and 120W chargers. It is crazy that phone is fully charged in 15 minutes and it is deathful for battery I believe. 70 to 80 minutes is reasonable to charge battery and on S10+ either in 100 minutes with 15W. I would say that 25, 35, 45 W on S10+ can damage battery. S20 ultra has 45W but not 45W brick in retail box.In future because of Apple we will not have brick chargers in box. It's all about money and shameless.
Maggi, 21 Jul 2020Note 7 I meant to say in my comment to you. Mistake in my part. Has literally nothing to do with the charger but hardware of the batteries themselves. Note 7 didn't combust or explode or catch fire because of a charger. Batteries pull the amount, chargers don't push voltage or current. If you don't have a Note 7, you can use any charger. Of course it can have other problems itself and blow up, but at that point it has nothing to do with the phone.
C A, 21 Jul 2020Nobody said software. It's also not majorly hardware either. It's specific hardware ... moreIt can be but your statement is wrong as you said to people, there are many people who know about it but you cannot justify as they dont know anything.
C A, 21 Jul 2020Nobody said software. It's also not majorly hardware either. It's specific hardware ... moreYou may be right for hardware and firmware both but the way you put your below statement is wrong as everyone here knows about charging and how it takes up voltage and current supplies, so dont say like this that "So many people here with absolutely no idea..." "Seeing that nobody here knows how chargers aka power supplies work", Understand it.
C A, 21 Jul 2020Nobody said software. It's also not majorly hardware either. It's specific hardware ... moreYes I know that. I also know about that subject to. Putting that aside, your entittled to your opinons and views just like me and everybody else. Not everyone will agree. But sure , this is what this forum is for.
C A, 21 Jul 2020I take from your comment you didn't know how things pull power and charge. It's bett... morePlease do not think that I know nothing about this subject. I can go into this in great detail. . I would advice anyone to think first before using 25w or 35w. Theres a reason why its not adviced on s10 plus. But ppl have thier own thought on this. Ppl will try it Note 5 battery was a nightmare. Thankfully samsung so far have realised thier mistake. The batteries now are better and more omptimized. This is just my opinon on this subject. Keep to the 15w on s10 plus.
C A, 21 Jul 2020I take from your comment you didn't know how things pull power and charge. It's bett... more.There is a reason why the voltage and the ampage is carefully worked out as not to burn out the battery. Voyage and ampage give you your wattage. To get a higher wattage you either need to higher your voltage or your ampage.
Azo, 21 Jul 2020Yes buddy, people know everything as they are using Smartphones for 15 years now and his answe... moreNobody said software. It's also not majorly hardware either. It's specific hardware with firmware together.
Maggi, 21 Jul 2020I disagree! Users know all about how this and that works. We are not stupid. Owning a smartpho... moreI take from your comment you didn't know how things pull power and charge. It's better not to comment if knowledge is absent instead of commenting something completely wrong. I know you meant well, but please.
Using higher wattage chargers are not 'out of spec'. You are potentially scaring people with that and guess who is going to use that? Apple and others, to scare people of "exploding batteries". If the phone can only pull 18W, it will do so even with a 100000W charger. It's not going to fry and it's not dangerous and it's not going out of spec.
Azo, 21 Jul 2020See my post and comment again, I have posted the same thing in a different statement, lol.You were the only one who got it right