Phone too hot

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  1. satoru

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    The past couple days my phone has been running really hot. I woke up today and it was at 115. Yesterday it ran at 104 or higher. I haven't been using my phone either. Most I have done is download a theme for angelrom.

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    104 is warm yes, but that's not unacceptable or even close to damaging.
     
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    I know but the fact that I have not been using my phone is what gets me. I can see it getting hot after heavy use but when im sleeping?

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    Process running in the background maybe? Notice any decrease in battery life?
     
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    115 fahrenheit ?
    115 rankine?
    115 celcius ?
    115 kelvin ?

    115 quarter kelvins
    115 puppies, which a puppy being ln(degrees fahrenheigt)
     
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    My D2 does that too, at least when I have it overclocked. I have it set to run slow when charging and it's always warm when I take it off the dock.

    I just removed the root today and brought it back to stock, it will be interesting to see what happens when I put it back on the dock.
     
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    Mine is on the charger and reads 107.8 now....my batt health is fine though. Is this abnormal?

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  8. satoru

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    @benese fahrenheit
    I had oc before switching rom, set to 1.00ghz then uninstall


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    Obviously he's talking about Fahrenheit ..."phone too hot" what does that tell you ....I don't know why people try to act to smart on the forum seriously

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    No, it is not obvious. 115F is ~46C, which isn't excessively hot for a CPU to run. The cpu in my lenovo x61 tablet would sit at ~93C for hours upon hours when I was stacking up seti@home work units.

    The first step in any tech support job is to make sure that you have a clear and accurate description of what the problem and it's associated systems are.
     
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    Temperature limit on your battery is 50C' so yes it is pretty hot battery might start getting damaged

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    I have never used a tablet before so but if it was at 93C wouldn't that burn your hands? Mine burns me at 45c . I just can't see it happening. I would think that it would start melting lol. Sorry for bringing up old thread but I just noticed that.

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