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How to Fix Green Line Issue on Vivo Smartphone?

Over the months, green lines have become common after system upgrades. Almost all major smartphone brands like OnePlusSamsung, Realme, iQOO, Motorola, Vivo and many more users have reported green lines on display issues after system upgrades. While some companies took care of this by providing free service for smartphones out of warranty period, others didn’t even bother to pay attention to it. Meanwhile, the famous green line problem on display continues to appear on older Vivo X60 series models in various markets.

Vivo Green Line Issues:

We see on Twitter that most Vivo users are complaining about a distinctive green line constantly appearing on the screen of their smartphones. This is seen explicitly on the Vivo X60/Pro and Vivo X60 Pro Plus models. A thin green line runs from the top to the bottom of the screen. Like other everyday smartphone users, Vivo users are also not facing any problems running the smartphone, but the green line appearing suddenly on the screen is troubling them a lot.

Apart from this, most users have also expressed their complaints about the green line on Twitter, but the company has yet to respond on whether this problem will be fixed. As per several reports from Vivo users, it has been mentioned that the green line suddenly appears on the phone without any apparent damage. Some users wrote on the post that the phone was not dropped or damaged by water, and many claimed that the phone had received a software update that caused the green line issue.

How to fix the green line problem on your Vivo phone screen

Furthermore, Vivo users expect the company to offer various replacement plans for the users facing the green line issue. Also, the company should take some action on Vivo X60 series smartphones as now many users are facing this issue.

Also, if your Vivo phone is under warranty and shows no signs of external damage or liquid damage, then more than likely, the green line issue will be treated as a hardware defect and repaired for free under warranty.

Vivo Green Line Issue

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