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[Q] LG G3 thermal mitigation daemon problems!!!

23rd August 2014, 01:24 PM |#1  
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I have turned High temperature property OFF to ON, and everything works fine. no lag, no problems. I can run antutu 5 four times in a row (with 100% brightness) without getting the phone ridiculously hot, no overheating probs none so ever. Getting scores from 34 000 - 37 000

BUT when i turn the thermal mitigation daemon ON, the problems with overheating comes along with it. I have tested to run antutu 5 several times with the screen brightness as low as 10% and the phone still gets stuck at 21% of full test in antutu 5 (CPU testing mode), showing a message of overheating and then turn the G3 off. The thing is that the phone still doesnt feel that warm at all.

I'm starting to smell software issues....

Anyone having the same issues? or tips on what I can do to resolve this?.
 
 
23rd August 2014, 01:29 PM |#2  
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This is a know issue of this "mod"
23rd August 2014, 02:14 PM |#3  
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I have turned High temperature property OFF to ON, and everything works fine. no lag, no problems. I can run antutu 5 four times in a row (with 100% brightness) without getting the phone ridiculously hot, no overheating probs none so ever. Getting scores from 34 000 - 37 000

BUT when i turn the thermal mitigation daemon ON, the problems with overheating comes along with it. I have tested to run antutu 5 several times with the screen brightness as low as 10% and the phone still gets stuck at 21% of full test in antutu 5 (CPU testing mode), showing a message of overheating and then turn the G3 off. The thing is that the phone still doesnt feel that warm at all.

I'm starting to smell software issues....

Anyone having the same issues? or tips on what I can do to resolve this?.

These "mods" are only meant for testing and not for daily use. There's a reason why the phones are shipped without them and that's to stop them from overheating.
23rd August 2014, 03:10 PM |#4  
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I'm starting to smell software issues....

Well, no, That's how it's supposed to be.

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Anyone having the same issues?

Yes, of course.

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or tips on what I can do to resolve this?.

Disable them again as they are useless anyway
24th August 2014, 10:44 AM |#5  
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You don't feel it, but if you monitor the CPU I believe it reaches 80C faster than the heat can dissipate at the back of frame and that causes the phone to automatically shut off before the CPU gets fried. Happens to mine too buddy. It works fine as long as you don't run any benchmark. Never had it shut off with the thermal daemon ON while doing normal stuff like gaming. Don't ever play demanding stuff while charging either.
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