Temp monitor?

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  1. gary109

    gary109 New Member

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    Let me start by saying that i dont keep browser windows open... Apps running etc... now with that being said,can someone explain to me why im constantly in the mid to high 40c? Im running sholes rom at 800... by the way it just started doing this. Any help is appreciated.
     
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    I'm not sure.....it stays that high even when it's not charging? Or using the wifi tether (if you even use that)?

    But, honestly, that's kinda high, but really not high enough that I would be worried about...the Droid can take it I assure you, but if it goes significantly higher then you have a problem...lol :)
     
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    I've moved your thread into the hacks section, seeing as you are not running stock. Hopefully someone here can answer your question better.
     
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    Are you using the profiles in the SetCPU app?
     
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    40c is not that high. You can go safely up to 45c but as previous poster said make sure your profiles are set correctly.
     
  6. gary109

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    No,not while charging. Im not using the tether, mainly browser... Im pretty sure my profiles are set correctly.
     
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    Then I wouldn't worry about it. 5 degrees centigrade is far different from 5 degrees Fahrenheit. If you're at 40 you are fine.
     
  8. BayouFlyFisher

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    that's the same kind of temps I see when I'm browsing. Mine are normally 102-105F. I think that is what it runs with almost any phone that is overclocked and some stock phones run that high. Normal.
     
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    Not to be picky, but wouldn't the hacking-help section make more sense?
     
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    Sorry, I misread your post. I thought you were leaving browser windows open. Based upon my re-reading you post, your temps are high. If it just started I would think you have a couple of possibilities. One is that there is something running that you aren't aware of. Check the battery usage to if there is anything odd there. If that is not the case, you may have a battery going bad.

    The above is based on my assumption that you are talking about battery/system temp and not chip temp.

    Are you using Setcpu profiles to ramp down the speed when not needed? If not, get it and do profiles of 550/250 when the speed isn't needed.
     
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    i ran my phone at 52C yesterday with no problems (thats ~125F). that was after extremely heavy web browsing.

    within 10 minutes of idle the phone had cooled back down to around 70F. the phone heats up fast but cools off equally fast.
     
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    me to but it was up to 53c