Streaming audio/video apps..how long??

Discussion in 'Android Applications' started by xxcalibur, Jun 7, 2010.

  1. xxcalibur

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    sup fellas..i was just curious how long its "safe" to continually stream audio/video,primarily audio to my droid. i notice the battery gets very hot when i do for a considerable amount of time. it seems kinda pointless if we're "limited". i know its because of the constant d/l of data that heats the battery. anyone got any clue? i usually use Droidlive sometimes while driving or just sitting at the pool.
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    i dont think there is a time limit per se. I ran my droid using just the Map and it got up to 135 degree...and ran it for an hr.
     
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    yeah...i just didnt want to screw the phone by overheating the battery for an expanded amount of time i guess, if thats even possible