I have a Nexus 4 and I saw now that I can see squares in the screen of the Nexus when it turned off.
I can really see them clearly.
What is that? Is my Nexus 4 is defective?
-I am using Multirom
-My internal rom is stock 4.2.1
-I also have PA 3.0 installed via multirom
- using Kernel w/ kexec-hardboot patch (stock 4.2)
When I install Ubuntu it will go to the boot screen (where it says 'Ubuntu' with the little loading squares flashing) then it eventually just goes black and doesn't respond. Any ideas on this black screen of death?
I just received my nexus 4 on Monday, 02/11/2013 and haven't used it since first day. When I turned it on on first day, it was around 90% and I turned it off after. All i did was scroll around on the nexus like the preloaded apps and options for maybe an hour max. Just yesterday on Friday, I turned it on and it was completely dead.
So the battery died a few days ago, i was meant to put it on charge but i forgot about it and had to go out and i got back last night. When i went to put it on charge last night it showed the nexus and google screen then turned on like normal. When i went to use it the screen flashed black with lines going across the screen for a second then turned off.
I just got my nexus 7 two weeks ago. Everything was working fine but then I noticed two circles on the screen. This did not affect the screen at all when it was turned on so I actually thought they were just smudge marks from something. But I tried to turn on my nexus this evening and it won't come on and now I realize the two circles are not just smudge marks.
Hello I'm new to the nexus 4 forms. Okay so today I traded my Galaxy note 1 for the nexus 4 and the HTC One x. I was really excited to see the nexus 4 for the first time. Upon looking at it, the screen had 3 cracks in it but the person said it still functions fine. Cracks don't really bother me that much anyway.
I developed a simple OpenGL ES 2.0 app which draws a bunch of squares and compute some light and it works fine on Nexus 4 (Android 4.4) but when run on an old Nexus One it crashes at start up (log cat showing "Process has died" and nothing else)
I currently have an iPad 3 that I'm thinking of giving to my mum and have been looking at Android tablets. Firstly, I would only consider Nexus devices as I'm too lazy these days to mess with custom ROMs and prefer the aesthetic and update promptness of a Nexus device, hence I've been researching on Nexus 7 and Nexus 10.