Bettery temp.

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  1. CMDRSTP

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    Is there a way to check battery temp.? Is an app. required?

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    Yes an app is generally required. There are a ton of then in the market. I like androsensor, because it also monitors other sensor inputs in the device.

    Most battery widget apps also monitor the battery temp :)

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    Yes. Two good ones are Battery Checker and Battery Monitor
     
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    Thank you!
     
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    Battery Monitor Widget is what I use, and it does that plus a whole lot more. What's even more amazing is it uses so little of the system resources that it doesn't even reach the Android "Battery use" page, and only 3.2MB on the "Running Services" side.

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    SallyC, I wouldn't worry about 117, but 140+ is where I'd start to be concerned. The phone does have its own temperature protocol whereby it will throttle back the processor and other resources, kill applications, if the temp gets too high, and can even reboot if necessary. But you probably already knew all that and more! :biggrin:
     
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    My phone hits 118 all the time under heavy use

    Sent from my ADR6425LVW using DroidForums
     
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    Not really. Good to know! :-D
     
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