Phone Temperature

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    I have noticed lately that my phone is frequently getting over 100 degrees. It has been doing this even while just in my pocket, I put it on airplane mode for about an hour and it was still over 100 degrees. Is this normal? If it isn't, any tips on how to fix it?
     
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    That's fine if it starts pushing 115 let it cool. I think it will turn itself off at 130 or 140. If your rooted you can undervolt and that will help.
    Also turn your brightness down.

    Sent from my DROIDX
     
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    My phone said it was 136 F the other day.....it was charging in full sunlight in the navigation mount on my windshield.
     
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    Might as well throw it in a pan with some eggs and make breakfast! hehe
     
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    100°F isn't that bad, but it shouldn't get that hot in your pocket unless something is running. May want to check the battery usage to see what's been causing it to get that hot.

    That's way to hot. Understandable in those conditions, but way to hot. Those types of temperatures for too long will shorten the life of the phone.

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    Ya bump. Turn down the over clocking mine was at 118 and getting hotter I turned it off then it cooled right off turned it back on within minutes after turning down the overclocking it was fine

    Sent from da Droid X liberty 2.0.1
     
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    That will kill your phone and your micro sd. For serious!

    Sent from my DROIDX
     
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    Needless to say I won't use that in the sun anymore....
     
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