The photo hangs some of the most popular Android smartphones on the market at the moment.
The problem appears to be due to Android's lack of internal support for RGB. There is nothing inherently special about the image. Any photograph with a histogram value greater than 255 – like the so-called cursed image – exceeds the native Android sRGB color space limit. what overloads the software and sends the device into a spiral of startup problems.
A large number of social media users – too curious for their own sake – found themselves unable to recover their phones from these annoying and endless bootloops. Fortunately, there are some ways to neutralize the image and make it safe.
Processing the image in any way will prevent this bizarre bug from igniting. If you edit a not married the pixel or screenshot of the image should solve the problem and allow you to safely set it as wallpaper on your device … if you don't have the image on your device, blog centered on Samsung SamMobile reports.
Obviously, the safest thing to do is not to let your curiosity get the best of you and download the image in the first place. If it’s too late and you’ve set the image as wallpaper, there’s not much you can do. Some users have reported being able to resolve the infinite initializations by starting the smartphone in Safe Mode (press and hold the power button, when the icon appears on the screen, touch and hold it for a second or two) and change the wallpaper. image wall for a system pattern from there.
Unfortunately, this does not seem to solve the problem for everyone. Some Android smartphone owners have had to restart the phone. if you haven’t backed up your data recently, it will leave you without your contacts, text messages, photos, videos or apps.