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18th April 2012, 02:11 AM   |  #1  
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I'm running hypernonesense(newest version) with latest bricked kernel at 1.24max on demand gov and my phone reaches temperatures of 124-145 F from normal use... Especially when charging... It never started doing this until recently... How can I fix this?

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18th April 2012, 02:20 AM   |  #2  
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I am also on HyperNonsense, and I do not have this problem. I am using faux's kernel.

Flash faux kernel listed at http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1216197

Use the ICS one.

See if that helps =D
18th April 2012, 02:53 AM   |  #3  
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Tried that already :/

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bleh anyone know?

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Are you getting an overheating battery (i.e. the back of the phone is hot) or is it the bottom of the screen where the home/menu/back buttons are? If it's the former then get an Anker battery, otherwise I'm not sure...

The bottom of my screen overheats qutie a lot, especially when playing music (with Poweramp) and in graphic intensive games. After extensive research I have established that I don't think the problem is ROM specific - it seems to be a hardware issue? I've found I get the overheating whilst in Recovery mode, which is obviously not affected by a rom.

However, I did find when I overvolted my cpu, that overehating seemed to occur less, but as of now I don't think anyone quite knows what causes this!
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yea its the cpu cause the battery isn't hot its the bottom of the screen. how do you go about overvolting?

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19th April 2012, 12:26 AM   |  #7  
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how do you go about overvolting?

use system tuner, available from Google Play Store I think
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use system tuner, available from Google Play Store I think

I have that but what do I press?

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19th April 2012, 04:43 AM   |  #9  
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I'm running hypernonesense(newest version) with latest bricked kernel at 1.24max on demand gov and my phone reaches temperatures of 124-145 F from normal use... Especially when charging... It never started doing this until recently... How can I fix this?

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well first question when your phone over heats is pluged in...chances are your phone is working hard to keep up with the charge...if not plugged in do you have a case if so try taking it off and see if the problem persist

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Originally Posted by rickyiswhite

I'm running hypernonesense(newest version) with latest bricked kernel at 1.24max on demand gov and my phone reaches temperatures of 124-145 F from normal use... Especially when charging... It never started doing this until recently... How can I fix this?

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rply for this is in post 9 or 10
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well first question when your phone over heats is pluged in...chances are your phone is working hard to keep up with the charge...if not plugged in do you have a case if so try taking it off and see if the problem persist

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rply for this is in post 9 or 10

it does it even when I'm not charging sometimes.. and no case man

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