PervageIn addition to everyone's suggestion, do you have the Asus backlight on? If you have that on, turn it off. It looks like something behind the screen is a light blinking.
@ronald1985 It happens on every video , every time. There is no specific video issue. Whatever I watch its so waste that I stopped watching videos or movies in phone regardless of "Big Amoled Screen".
MegaloxI will take a look at it today sometime as I don't have this bug on my kernel, so I can compare the regular kernel with my changes to the display in order to isolate the issue, this might accelerate the fix for this bug faster I think. This feedback was rather helpful.
I've got the same issue, I've isolated the problem by testing further, seeing other threads and the issue can be manifested as:
- Have the refresh rate higher than 60hz (it works fine when using 60)
- Use any browser to reproduce videos (or even animations)
- Use Netflix app to reproduce videos
When watching videos in a browser (any), the screen starts flickering, also when using Netflix
It doesn't happen with other apps such as: Insta, Youtube, FB.
It appears like that the browser and Netflix use a library/plugin/media browser service? or similar that makes this issue to happen.
As per the suggestion of turning off the HW overlay thing in the developer options, nope it doesn't work
Yes, it's a bug. Yes I did factory reset after upgrading to .158