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its either oil from your hands getting onto the lcd screen or pressure points on it, I'm not sure which most people seem to think it's pressure points base on my solutions that have worked I think it's oil. First thing to do is cover it with something to stop it from growing(packaging tape worked at least as well as a screen protector on my droid x). After that, it will very slowly decrease in size by itself, i am currently searching for ways to speeditself. If you get it along, as of now all i know is that heat seems to help once its coveredcold it will speed the process along.
its either oil from your hands getting onto the lcd screen or pressure points on it, I'm not sure which most people seem to think it's pressure points base on my solutions that have worked I think it's oil. First thing to do is cover it with something to stop it from growing(packaging tape worked at least as well as a screen protector on my droid x). After that, it will very slowly decrease in size by itself, i am currently searching for ways to speeditself. If you get it along, as of now all i know is that heat seems to help once its coveredcold it will speed the process along.

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its either oil from your hands getting onto the lcd screen,screen or pressure points on it, I'm not sure which most people seem to think it's pressure points base on my solutions that have worked I think it's oil. First thing to do is cover it with something (packagingto stop it from growing(packaging tape worksworked at least as well as a screen protector on my droid x) to stop it from growingx). After that, it will very slowly decrease in size by itself, i am currently searching for ways to speed it along, as of now all i know is that heat seems to help once its covered with tape or a screen protectorcovered.
its either oil from your hands getting onto the lcd screen,screen or pressure points on it, I'm not sure which most people seem to think it's pressure points base on my solutions that have worked I think it's oil. First thing to do is cover it with something (packagingto stop it from growing(packaging tape worksworked at least as well as a screen protector on my droid x) to stop it from growingx). After that, it will very slowly decrease in size by itself, i am currently searching for ways to speed it along, as of now all i know is that heat seems to help once its covered with tape or a screen protectorcovered.

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its oil from your hands getting onto the lcd screen, cover it with something (packaging tape works on my droid x) to stop it from growing, it will very slowly decrease in size by itself, i am currently searching for ways to speed it along, as of now all i know is that heat seems to help once its covered with tape or a screen protector.

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