My phone reached 110 degrees today

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    Granted I had GPS turned on, but damn did that thing get hot and cannot be normal.
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    sure is not

    did u pull battery/ turn off immediately?
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    Nah turned off GPS...the temp immediately went down but still.
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    Your battery or cpu?
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    [FONT=book antiqua,times new roman,times]That's not really that bad. Provided it was Fahrenheit, otherwise I think your phone might have melted.
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    Yeah, thats quite normal for the cpu to get that hot. That is actually nothing compared to the real "oh **** thats too hot for the cpu" tempeture.
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    Did you have the charger plugged in too?

    Max for the battery is 113f per the manual. So, 110 is not terrible.
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    As posted above if you're talking 110F thants nothing... mine stays around 111F just playing Robodefense for a while (with a Seidio case on it)... The CPU is stated for 100C (i.e. over 200F) so you've got a LONG way to go before you need to worry.

    Unless you're talking about 110C than at which point there's obviously something wrong because the phone should have shut itself down.
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    i've had my battery over 110F before. i think i had it up to 116F. i was using wifi tether while the phone was charging.

    i really don't see how 110 or even 115 is that hot.
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    Not to fret, that is not a hot temperature for electronics. While it may feel warm for us, it's like a cool spring day for your electronics.
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    Mine is running almost all day at 110-120 F and if I plug the charger with GPS and Pandora it gets to 140F for hours . I would worry more for a decreased battery capacity caused by the heat than a damage to the processor
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    Are you overclocked?
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    if these are processor temps that it ok. if it's battery temps than that is definitely hot.
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    Processor temps at 800Mhz with SEIDO case , the battery is usually around 10 degrees lower .
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    gotcha. the hottest i have seen my cpu is 55C (which is 131F). 55C is not that hot, at least not dangerously hot.
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    Thats not good it gets hot with GPS on, I was planning on using the GPS Nav for a 2,200 Mile Trip accross the US, You guys think it might get too hot using GPS+Pandora that long? I'd probably be using it for 4-5 hours at a time non-stop
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    that's what our warranty and assurion are for isn't it?
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    Warranty first. If the phone hurts itself doing functions it should be doing, it is covered. Also, I don't see any scenario where this causes damage. I guarantee there is cut off point to prevent damage from occurring.
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    exactly, i would really hope the phone would have some sort of failsafe built into it so it wouldn't overheat.
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