Operating Temperature

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    whats a safe range for the droid??? i've spent 15-20min listening to music from droidlive and my temp spikes to over 105..is this safe, normal, etc?

    one time i guess it got REALLY hot over 115 and it gave me a warning. kinda sucks that if you want to stream something to the phone for any length of time it can ruin the phone. Am i wrong here??
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    Are you talking battery temp or CPU temp?

    Battery should stay under 120F, to avoid damaging the battery or causing it to degrade. CPU is good to somewhere north of 150 or 160F.

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    There are more exact numbers on this and it's not hard to find. Using google and search for battery temperatures Droid Forums and you'll find both battery and cpu temp ranges.
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    THANKS FOR quick reply. actually i run the base home screens from droid. and i had a battery midget installed. thats the readings i assume i was seeing. how can i keep it colder? if i have a car dock and use my droid to stream music i assume i cant keep it from overheating the battery. am i correct to assume that?
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