Flash and high temps?

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  1. mkthnx001

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    Does anyone notice higher temperatures when running flash? Around 100°F and above?

    Is it supposed to be like this?
     
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    I also get higher temps but I think its because of all the resources needed to run flash on our phones. I remember I used to have a laptop that barely ran flash and when it did the laptop got really hot. If anyone knows of a differrent reason, please chime in.

    Sent from my Droid
     
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    Same thing happens when my daughter plays a game for two hours, the phone gets warm. No worries's : ) the droid can handle far greater temps, as it was engineered to run left on your dashboard in the summer (that is hot)
     
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    I heard an accelerator would fix this.
     
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