Droid 3 Backlight

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 3' started by Kdflakdj, Aug 7, 2011.

  1. Kdflakdj

    Kdflakdj New Member

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    My Droid 3 overheated and now it looks like the backlight isnt working, any suggestions?
     
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    Return for a new one?

    Shouldn't be overheating to the point of causing damage. Take it in for a warranty replacement.

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    Did you take it in? Was there any explanation for the backlight failing or did they give you a new one.

    There seem to be several complaints regarding the heat these phones generate (at times). I would be interested in finding out how Verizon handled this for you.

    Sent from my D3, waiting for root to unleash this beast.
     
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    I have also had my phone get up to 123 degrees while playing a game for 20 min...
     
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    It could have something to do with the dual core processor in this phone. I downloaded Temp+CPU widget which will show the current temperature of the device. I'm not sure what is a dangerous temp for a mobile device, I know desktop processors will take quite a bit of heat but thats different.
     
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    Theoretically, they would have designed the phone to shut off when a certain temperature was surpassed. That being said, a hardware defect like a bad thermometer is always a possibility.
     
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