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My phone keep flickering white screen on and off without stopping

Hi i just bought an sony xperia m4 aqua last year and in arounb February i drop the phone and it the pressure from the drop crack my phone screen and the after a few days later i got i repair and the phone repair owner seem to remove the water protection grill on the receiver part of my phone and the front camera and the microphone got affected and cant be use due to the drop. It was then somewhere in march while i was cycling i and it was raining and I accidentally expose it to the rain for a few minutes and i dry off my phone. I also put my phone in rice and try to remove as much water from the phone but when i turn it on the phone screen start flickering white on and off without stopping. So how to fix this issue can someone please reply to help. It cost me about $140 singapore dollars to replace my LCD and i dont want to put anymore cost on replacing it the second time

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I have the same problem to ..my brother just change the lcd of his sony xperia z1 and then after a few days its start flickering...and after a few days again i now only saw the time slot the rest is all black...and i cant find any solution

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Try removing the battery and dry out the phone plus battery under sunlight if possible.

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The battery for the phone is non removable though. :-?

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I also try putting the phone in sunlight but the water from the LCD seem to have not been remove and i think that it is causing the flickering problem.

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The phone seem to be overheating and i think that the overheating is to remove the water by heating up to a certain degrees.

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So how to remove any excessive water from the LCD or from the internal part of the phone??

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Luckily, the fix is easy & following solution may fix a more annoying problem.

Go to settings >> More Tab >> About device.

Find "Build number" and click 6 times fast on it.

You will then get the message saying: "You are now a developer"

Come back to Home Screen, and then go back to Settings >> More Tab >> Now you will see the "Developer Options"

Now go to Developer options >> Drawing Section or Rendering Section >> Find "Turn off hardware overlays" or "disable hardware overlays" >> This will force the phone to always use GPU for screen compositing

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I try what you ask but the problem is are you using a sony smartphone and does the same method apply to sony smartphone?? I think the problem is on how to remove any excessive water from the LCD as the phone seem to be overheating and i think that the overheating is to remove the water by heating up to a certain degrees.

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So how to remove any excessive water from the LCD or from the internal part of the phone??

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I have a similar problem... My phone started flickering after I had updated my OS from 5.whatever to Marshmallow. I started to notice that with the flickering a couple of screens left "watermarks" on my screen like previous battery percentage would be watermarked and my time would be watermarked as well, including some other settings options. I then accidently dropped it on the floor and the flickering became so worse that every now and again the screen goes black and only the area with time appears.

I tried out the "disable h/w overlay" option but the flickering persists and it automatically deselects(sp) itself.

Just before posting this, I factory reset my phone in hopes of reverting from Marshmallow to 5.whatever but I still have Marshmallow and I still have the above mentioned problems...

How do I fix this problem? Is it a software problem or a hardware problem or both???

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Its quite common on xperia phones the flashing and its to do with a settings problem. I got an e3 but i don't use because its flashing and won't even let me get to the settings to solve it and the apps so if i can solve the problem i will be able to restore the apps onto my lg phone

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Its also to do with the phone viruses because becore it happened it kept warning me my phones got virus so is should of pressed clear viruses

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