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Is anybody elses phone over heating? I'll just be browsing the web or now I put it to charge and the bottom of the phone feels like it's burning. Anyone else having this problem?

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In which rom?

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Is anybody elses phone over heating? I'll just be browsing the web or now I put it to charge and the bottom of the phone feels like it's burning. Anyone else having this problem?

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Same here, it's been happening on almost every rom I use even when I enable thermal throttling
 
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Stock. It's only rooted so I can have ad away. There isn't even a custom recovery.

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Stock. It's only rooted so I can have ad away. There isn't even a custom recovery.

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im having the same issues with the stock rom. I am not a huge fan of it and am considering going back to 4.1. I have reset my phone completely twice now and have tried the gservices fix as well. I really like the stock rom and don't see any big difference in the stock rom from 4.1 to 4.4
 
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There a couple differences, but not really worth the wait. We had to go through. I wish they would've added more features to stock kit kat. But it ok.

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If the overheating occurs with mobile data enabled it's totally normal.

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To help reduce heat, what i usually do is change the cpu governor to interactive, and underclock both the cpu and gpu, especially if im not doing resource intensive tasks like gaming. I use trickstermod to toggle settings, and i make sure "mpdecision" and "soc temprature toggle" are both activated. Also i check lg hidden settings and make sure "thermal daemon mitigation off" setting remains off. Lastly i decrease the screen brightness as well.
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im having the same issues with the stock rom. I am not a huge fan of it and am considering going back to 4.1. I have reset my phone completely twice now and have tried the gservices fix as well. I really like the stock rom and don't see any big difference in the stock rom from 4.1 to 4.4
Check you battery stats for any process/app using excessive battery.
 
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I noticed a slight overheating issue running CyanogenMod11 until flashing madmacks modem. That was to fix a deep sleep issue to improve battery while a corollary of that fix seemed to be much less overheating.

Underclocking and adjusting governer settings through trickster, as mentioned above, also mitigated any overheating issue.

Just out of curiosity, when overheating is mentioned about what temp are we talking about?

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