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Screen burn in?

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If I leave the phone on with a static image, how big is the risk of screen burn in? It will be daily perhaps, but only for some hours. It's a TFT-screen.

Anyone with experience of this?

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bump

although it's already at the top. Need an answer.

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A wee bump for this, as I've not found an answer.

I've just got my first Android phone yesterday (HTC One S), moving from Windows Mobile. My previous phone Samsung Omnia Pro B7610 also had an AMOLED screen, and suffered from a bit of screen burn. Can you get live wallpapers that will animate "over the top" of whatever widgets are on the home screen? It must be possible, as the weather widget does it when you unlock the phone. I dock my phone at work and would like the display always on, but am concerned about the burn risk.

Any suggestions?

Many thanks

Forrest

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