left phone in hot car....

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    ...it melted the neoprene case and shut the phone off
     
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    and whats the lesson we learned from this?
    dont leave expensive electronics in a hot car.

    shouldnt leave a phone in your car anyway... far too easy for a thief to break a windown and lean in to grab it.
     
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    Hopefully you have insurance for your phone, if not then it's an expensive lesson learned.

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    is the battery swollen?
     
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    haha I think you misunderstood the phone still works perfectly fine :) and too the question below it does not appear to have. Let me be a little clearer the phone was really hot and was still operating when I got to it, but it quickly shutoff seconds after this, the case was all slimy so I took it off and wiped the slim/gressyness off. The phone turned on after about 10 minutes in the cold and is now working just fine, I washed the neoprene case and it is in good shape as well, so no harm done :)
     
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    I did this once by accident phone temp read 145 and I got a critical temp notification. When it got down to 120 it said that is a safe operating temp.
     
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    so these phones have a temp range where it will shut itself off like a computer? Nice.
     
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