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[Q] What's happened with my phone during night?

OP svaike

21st January 2014, 06:20 AM   |  #1  
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Going to sleep I put my phone on the charger. When I woke up it was boot looping and damn hot even to hold. I managed to turn it off, went to recovery and cleared cache and dalvik cache - after that it booted normaly (it seems). During all night (~7h) it managed to charge only up to ~45%.

The problem that I have now:
when the charger is connected screen keeps locking up and unlocking rapidly - there is nothing I can do.

I am using latest LiquidSmooth rom.

Any ideas what the hell is happening?

Edit: setting "stay awake" in developer options helped to solve the issue with rapidly locking up and unlocking while charging. Still it's a mistery what has happened
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21st January 2014, 06:47 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by svaike

Going to sleep I put my phone on the charger. When I woke up it was boot looping and damn hot even to hold. I managed to turn it off, went to recovery and cleared cache and dalvik cache - after that it booted normaly (it seems). During all night (~7h) it managed to charge only up to ~45%.

The problem that I have now:
when the charger is connected screen keeps locking up and unlocking rapidly - there is nothing I can do.

I am using latest LiquidSmooth rom.

Any ideas what the hell is happening?

Edit: setting "stay awake" in developer options helped to solve the issue with rapidly locking up and unlocking while charging. Still it's a mistery what has happened

probably an app running on the background or use the batterystats app and it will tell you which app has been draining the battery
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22nd January 2014, 05:38 PM   |  #3  
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You enabled battery animations, atm it causes that issue like it says in the op of liquidsmooth
22nd January 2014, 05:46 PM   |  #4  
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It wasn't the TYLT wireless charger was it? I know some people were having problems with it where it would heat up immensely.
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