How to Fix Dead/Stuck Display Pixel on PC or Android

All the screens, whether on smartphones or computers, resemble numerous pixels to display top quality images. These small pixels contribute to making an image, presentation, or any other task. The larger the pixels, the greater the quality of your image or display, and thus it should be maintained with care.

Sometimes, users face various issues with respect to screen orientation and display quality. In some cases, the display pixels become dead or stuck while performing an important task. If you are facing a similar issue, then here is how you can fix it:


Stuck and Dead Display Pixels

First and foremost, it is recommended to check that which issue is flashing on your desktop or smartphone screen: stuck pixel or dead display pixels. In case you see that there is only a few of the sub-pixels are in active mode, and the rest of them are disabled, then it’s the issue related to stuck pixels. When the entire set of pixels and sub-pixels are disabled, then it means that all the display pixels are dead.

There are various fixing methods you should try once before taking the help of an expert or technician to replace your device’s screen.

Follow these instructions if you wish to troubleshoot Pixel Stuck or dead display pixels easily and smoothly:

Using Web-based JScreenFix Tool

This solution can be accessed on any platform, be it macOS, iOS, Android, and Windows systems. It doesn’t need any download to fix the issue as it is a totally web-based program.

  • First and foremost, launch any of the preferred browsers and visit the home screen of “JScreenFix.”
  • After that, tap on the button “JscreenFix” located at the lowermost section of your page.
  • Now, hold and then drag the white noise window to the location where the dead and stuck screen pixel is situated.
  • Next, wait for a while for the tool to operate the affected area. Hold it there for about half an hour.

Note: JScreenFix repairs most of the pixel issues in just ten minutes, but it is recommended to keep it more extra time to make it work properly. In case the first attempt was not processed successfully, then use it again and again.

JscreenFix helps in fixing both the screen types comfortably: OLED and LCD with a processing success rate of more than sixty percent for stuck and dead pixels both. It uses both the formats of troubleshooting: JavaScript and HTML5. The process may vary based on the quantity of your affected area and the system model.

  • Now, reboot the device and check that the issue is resolved. If not, then follow the next mentioned methods.

Using PixelHealer on Windows Desktop

It is also a powerful tool that is developed by Aurelitec and made, especially for repairing stuck pixels. This tool works compatibly on Windows ranging back from Windows 10 to Windows 7.

  • To use this tool, you have to install the application on your device as a first step.
  • Then, make the color box to appear on your screen with the Settings menu.
  • Now, drag or click the color box to the affected area and manage the relevant operations for using the tool. Place the color box on the area where the stuck pixel is situated.

Note: Do not look directly at the flashing colors as these are such bright colors and might affect your eyes.

  • Next, hit the tab, “Start Flashing.”
  • Your affected stuck will flashed by multiple colors flashing on your screen. Wait for about half an hour to repair corrupted pixels. This tool works on stuck pixels more quickly than dead display pixels.
  • It is recommended to flash multiple colors repeatedly to fix the issue completely.

In case you are unable to identify the affected or dead pixels, then it is recommended to use the application “InjuredPixels.” It’s a pixel detector tool that enables you to test your display and points out the affected area. It blanks out the display with various colors. Then, the corrupted or stuck pixels will appear on the screen against the fine pixels.

Using “Dead Pixels Test and Fix” Tool

This application is free to use tool that helps you to troubleshoot and overcome from the dead and stuck pixel graphics. As it is mentioned as self-explanatory, this tool fixes dead pixels very smoothly on your android device by detecting the affected area first and then fixes them thoroughly. This tool fixes the issue by flashing a set of color bands and noise in a given set of commands under stipulated time. Though it repairs the stuck screen and dead pixel issues under ten minutes and produces results, it is recommended to leave it for some hours to perform it completely.

Note: The DPTF tool might consume lots of power of your device, so make sure to have the battery charged fully before proceeding.

John Track is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cybersecurity. She writes about the latest updates regarding and how it can improve the work experience of users. Her articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs, and websites.

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