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Discussion in 'Android News' started by mth04, Jun 5, 2010.
what app is reading CPU temps?
D/L and tried this thing out miami, and it's quick. No problems here!!!
finally... some other people have the issues I had. I felt like the only one and I must have done something wrong.
my phone got super hot after loading a few message boards. to the point it scared me without being able to see the CPU temp. not even setting it to 400 fixed it.
Site must be super busy, the screen is still trying to load
And I thought it was my connection at work. Good to know.
OK... after leaing it idle in my very cold AC'ed room, I was able to get it as low as 27c/28c.... but as soon a s I use it it will jump up and start climbing to that 40+c mark...
but you need to go into it's menu and then monitor...at the bottom of the page, it desn't always refresh too fast but atleast we have some info...
Seems to be working again. Give it a try .
Just to see I downloaded system moniter to check my cpu temps for sure, and as I thought cool as ever. I am running Helix, a live wallpaper, I loaded three different full websites in different windows at the same time, fox.tv, tnt.tv and a ps3 site and was running flash on the tnt site watching a show and the hottest temp I saw was 40°c this is only 104°f which is cooler than I have ever ran doing so much at once on 2.1, and the Droids processor is rated at so much more than you might think
This is from a Bugless Beast FAQ via GirLuvsDroid and peteralfanso"Our battery is rated at a max of 60C (140F), and our CPU's max is 90C (194F),although it's not recommended that you keep your CPU running at temps higher than 70C (158F) for any extended period of time"
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Ummmm.... hate to be a n00b here but what exactly is that??
its a newer version than the one leak on the original post. Its gonna install it now
Youm used System Monitor...which one??