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WiiYoShi14

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Posted 04 July 2013 - 02:22 PM ( #1 )

Some of you may have seen me talking about getting my new Tamagotchi Keitai Akai in my status update. Well I have a question. I have seen many people saying that the red pixels are super hard to see. Well that is bad news because I wanted to log it. But if I took the Keitai Akai standard screen, and replaced it with a regular Tamagotchi LCD screen, would the pixels become black? 

Btw, I haven't received the Tama yet.


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Posted 04 July 2013 - 02:32 PM ( #2 )

I think they will become black indeed because the pixelcolor is already in the screen itself.

But maybe you can try to put fresh batteries in first, maybe it won't be so bad!



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Posted 04 July 2013 - 03:59 PM ( #3 )

I remember several years ago there was a similar discussion going on with the Uratama's blue pixels. However, with that one, changing screens didn't change the fact of the tama displaying blue pixels. So I doubt  it will do that for the Akai either. I believe it has less to do with the screen and more to do with the programming.

 

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Posted 04 July 2013 - 04:08 PM ( #4 )

I remember several years ago there was a similar discussion going on with the Uratama's blue pixels. However, with that one, changing screens didn't change the fact of the tama displaying blue pixels. So I doubt  it will do that for the Akai either. I believe it has less to do with the screen and more to do with the programming.

 

Ra,

Thank you, Ra!

Well that's ok. I can live with that. It may end up being for collection purposes! 



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Posted 05 July 2013 - 05:40 AM ( #5 )

I remember several years ago there was a similar discussion going on with the Uratama's blue pixels. However, with that one, changing screens didn't change the fact of the tama displaying blue pixels. So I doubt  it will do that for the Akai either. I believe it has less to do with the screen and more to do with the programming.

 

Ra,

 

That's interesting! I really thought  pixels could just turn on and off on such a screen and that it depends on the pixels in the screen which color they will be.

Ah well, yet another thing I learned today.  ^_^

 

Although I really wonder if it could be modified in some other way?



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Posted 06 July 2013 - 12:51 PM ( #6 )

I am going to add just a pinch to this.

The background image, you can take the cardboard/paper out and make it be a different color. Like a light blue may effect the pixels to display more purple or darker. I have done it with a music star and haven't done it to my akai, but I figure it would do about the same. Except change the pixel tone or color slightly. It may take a few pieces of paper to find a shade you like or easier to see.