overheating issues

Discussion in 'HTC Droid DNA' started by BamaFan13, Jul 5, 2010.

  1. BamaFan13

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    What should the priority be on all these profiles?
     
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    Could updating to the newest baseband make a big difference? Also, what does this do to my phone? Will I just have to reactivate it or what? also, where can I find the newest version?
     
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    its gonna get warm if you run it over 7 or 800..you dont want to run it for very long over a 1000...1250 is just for showing off...sure cant run it very fast outside or the temp will spike just browsing on the web..droid loves the a/c
     
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    starting with the first line I posted make it 100% then drop 10% on each line going doing.

    As for the baseband it may help yea. As for finding just run a search here at the site or head over to Mydroidworld.com the most current version is 1.43.01 FYI and as for activation yes it will make you do the *228 option 1 or you can use the short cut and just dial *22899
     
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    I won't have to re-root and boot up the rom will i?
     
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    Nope shouldn't have to worry about either. Just make the changes and reboot the device and you should be good to go
     
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    Alright thanx for the help
     
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    Wondering why my phone overheats after 20minutes on navi. Anyone else having that problem? Verizon rep says it's bc of the plastic back door.
     
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    Pretty sure it's normal... I've had 3 Verizon LTE phones and they all tend to run hot while using gps

    Sent from my ROOTED HTC DROID DNA using cyanogenMod 10.2
     
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    Same here with mine. It's normal
     
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    Now that's call abnormal
     
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