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Display flickering, any one help me out.

Display used to flicker on the msging screen, mbd(motherboard0, lcd was replaced, it was under warrenty, i asked for replacement, still the problem is not solved, customer service is the worst, so people dont go for HTC mobiles

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If you bought it from the carrier they would replace the phone, not the display. As poor as HTC service may be, if you're still having the issue i'm sure they would replace it again for you

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