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[Q] Overheating problems on my Galaxy S4.

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30th August 2014, 05:56 AM   |  #1  
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Overheating on my Galaxy S4.

I have a Galaxy S4 for about a year, I have this problem almost since I bought it, but it appears and reappears, so I let it go.

My Galaxy S4, using WhatsApp Music and the CPU temperature rises to just using these programs 45-50C

Using only the poweramp the instrument reaches 65c for no reason.

Using browser is hopeless, the device rises to 50-70 degrees and finally restarts or shuts down.

When I bought the unit in the first week I realized that he was heating a lot, but did not reach this temperature (50-70) normally.

I read in various forums that the normal temperature of the Galaxy S4 units were 35-56c

Recently, I downloaded a few albums of music and some pictures on my phone that day he shot and started this strange behavior, and following the same steps bellow, the problem still persists.

I already own a Galaxy Note and I have witnessed the bug "AndroidMediaScanner".

I did all the steps (exeto formatting the MicroSD, I recently formatted to exFAT SD) Until I checked the status of the reading process of media using the Android ADB, there was nothing abnormal ..

Even without the memory card, few files in SD (just applications) the problem still appears.

What do you think? It may be a hardware problem that requires replacement?

It may be the battery?

It may be the ROM (when the OmegaROM use a series of modules Xposed)

Recently reinstalled the ROM and the problem still persists.

I read in a blog that the DS Battery Saver could be giving conflict with the manager's native battery used in the Galaxy S4, I uninstalled the program, yet the problem persists warming.

Connected to the USB temperature suddenly increases to 65c without any reason or use.

What recommend?

Sorry for the English. I used Google translator.

Maybe i attach prints.
30th August 2014, 06:01 AM   |  #2  
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My initial thought would be to get a new battery. Becaus it jumps so drastically when you start charging it. You could also check your battery connections. Make sure they are free from dust and corrosion.
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Hey Girafa, missed u man. :/
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My initial thought would be to get a new battery. Becaus it jumps so drastically when you start charging it. You could also check your battery connections. Make sure they are free from dust and corrosion.

Ever encountered moisture near my battery (cover).

I try to buy a battery when you can.

But do you have any recommendations?

thxz for quickly reply.
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Ever encountered moisture near my battery (cover).

I try to buy a battery when you can.

But do you have any recommendations?

thxz for quickly reply.

You have to find the "service" that is turning in background....
If you mind it is the AndroidMediaScanner, I can say from experience ( it was killing my battery in less than 5 hours)
I stopped this issue (flaw) by cleaning one by one my Music folders and deleting those empty or having no music file in it ( that sometime comes when you clean a directory from the music player interface) .
then my phone turning back to normal temperature state.
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You have to find the "service" that is turning in background....
If you mind it is the AndroidMediaScanner, I can say from experience ( it was killing my battery in less than 5 hours)
I stopped this issue (flaw) by cleaning one by one my Music folders and deleting those empty or having no music file in it ( that sometime comes when you clean a directory from the music player interface) .
then my phone turning back to normal temperature state.

I said in the text that has nothing wrong with MediaScanner Android. I used the Android Debug Bridge to verify this and it appears to be normal.

The application showed 10% CPU usage when the unit was starting.

I used OS Monitor app (it shows up the processes of the Linux kernel and user) in order to find some buggy process that was doing it.

I removed 4GB of external memory file and checked the Android Debug Bridge MediaScanner if the process had been stuck at some file storage.

There was no error in both stores.

I witnessed this primary failure of the Android system twice on my old Galaxy Note.

Thxz for reply.
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