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can't see the screen in bright sunlight...

Posted: 00:59 31 Jul 07 #1
  • tweedledee44
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  • Join Date: 31 July 2007
  • Location: best o' british
I love my prada phone... only thing is the screen is really difficult to see in direct sunlight.. is there a setting for this?? Thanks!!
Posted: 05:29 31 Jul 07 #2
  • bajangal
  • 25 Posts
  • Join Date: 10 February 2006
Have you got POWER SAVING on or check that your BRIGHTNESS is not on a low setting. 
Posted: 12:29 31 Jul 07 #3
  • tweedledee44
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  • Join Date: 31 July 2007
  • Location: best o' british

ok, thanks for the advice, I have brightness on full, and seems clearer in 'prada' theme, but still not great if anyone else has any ideas???

.... Thanks bajangal!

Posted: 21:11 02 Aug 07 #4
  • chunkster
  • 50 Posts
  • chunkster
  • Join Date: 16 September 2006
  • Occupation: Manager
  • Location: England

I live in the u.k so strong sunlight is not a usual problem.........lol

 Most handsets will suffer if direct sunlight is on them, but as the prada is a full touch screen with no tactile buttons then obviously an issue exists.

 

 

Be happy !!

Posted: 04:32 03 Aug 07 #5

I think your problem is unavoidable,as the great mass of cell phone will meet this problem while seeing in direct sunlight.

obviously,It will bring damage to your eyes if this case happens frequently. I suggest you to paste a [url=http://www.sourcingmap.com/screen-protector-c-980_1401.html][size=12][color=red]Screen protect[/color][/size][/url] on your cell phone.It should reduce the damage to your eyes.

Posted: 04:42 03 Aug 07 #6
I think your problem is unavoidable,as the great mass of cell phone will meet this problem while seeing in direct sunlight.
obviously,It will bring damage to your eyes if this case happens frequently.Screen protector on your cell phone.It should reduce the damage to your eyes.Please click below to get the appropriate Screen protector for your beloved prada cell phone.
Posted: 04:46 03 Aug 07 #7
I think your problem is unavoidable,as the great mass of cell phone will meet this problem while seeing in direct sunlight.
obviously,It will bring damage to your eyes if this case happens frequently.Screen protector on your cell phone.It should reduce the damage to your eyes.Please goto the site below to get the appropriate Screen protector for your beloved prada phone.I' m so sorry this is my first post in the forum,forgive my mistake.

http://www.sourcingmap.com
http://www.uxcell.com
Posted: 10:20 13 Aug 07 #8
  • tweedledee44
  • 3 Posts
  • Join Date: 31 July 2007
  • Location: best o' british

how true... now we're back to the usual English weather the problem doesn't seem so bad!!

Not sure I'll recommend the prada to my sis-in law who lives in Dubai tho !!

Thanx!!

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