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By XDA-RK, Senior Member on 26th March 2014, 08:16 AM
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Hey guyz,
I always feel that my optimus g is somehow over heated. But in many forums, people says smartphone can get as hot as hell. Today I ran a stability test on my phone and I noticed my cpu temperature reaches 80C and batery reaches 60C and I got worried. Please tell me am I running too hot? 80C does not seems to be ok for me. Even when my phone is idle cpu temperature is 40-50C. I don't have warranty remaining. Please tell me what to do?
 
 
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Which rom are u on + kernel ?

Give cyanogenmod a try (don't install anything over it in recovery except gapps, run your tests and reply).

My F180L doesn't overheat under normal calling / texting but does noticeably when I am playing games. Runs cool and silky smooth even when I am browsing over wifi or using Whatsapp/Viber/Skype.
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Thanks for the reply. I am on stock rom and stock kernel. Bootloader unlocked using freegee (I guess i am on Nexus 4 bootloader now). I know temperature can be increased when gaming. But is it normal to get 80C?? I am actually waiting for a stable release for CM11 as its still in nightly. Can you plese let me know what is the temperature of your cpu when gaming?
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IF i gaming in GTA SA and charging (with oc GPU 487 and 1.8Ghz ) my temperature is 75-85C

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IF i gaming in GTA SA and charging (with oc GPU 487 and 1.8Ghz ) my temperature is 75-85C

Wysłane z mojego LG-E975 przy użyciu Tapatalka

Seriously? Thats too damn hot I think. Well I am not the only one with ovr heat I think. Can please tell me how long your batter lasts when you are gaming??
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If I gaming and charging I lost 1% to 15-25min. If I not charging and playing 100%-0% my phone eat full battery in 3-5 hour

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Gaming eats major performance. Phone is benchmarked on video play for 5hours. 3-5 hours on purely gaming is pretty much expected, every phone is supposed to behave that way, including a Galaxy S4 which is slightly about 6 hours.

Regarding overheating and stuff, I'd recommend you shift to a custom rom so alot of bloatware which eats background CPU power gets removed and you get neat android experience. This phone is alot cooler than my Atrix 4G / LG Nitro HD or even my good chinese craplet Ainol Novo 7 Elf II .

I kept stock rom for barely 3 hours on mine Optimus 4G (which I spent waiting on downloads to convert my phone to e975 from F180 and installing custom recovery / rom blabla)

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IF i gaming in GTA SA and charging (with oc GPU 487 and 1.8Ghz ) my temperature is 75-85C

Wysłane z mojego LG-E975 przy użyciu Tapatalka

lol thats too much extra juice you are spilling for a lesser resource hungry game as GTA SA. You will do fine on a stock 3.4 kernel. There is a reason why manufacturer clocks and sets up hardware.
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Gaming eats major performance. Phone is benchmarked on video play for 5hours. 3-5 hours on purely gaming is pretty much expected, every phone is supposed to behave that way, including a Galaxy S4 which is slightly about 6 hours.

Regarding overheating and stuff, I'd recommend you shift to a custom rom so alot of bloatware which eats background CPU power gets removed and you get neat android experience. This phone is alot cooler than my Atrix 4G / LG Nitro HD or even my good chinese craplet Ainol Novo 7 Elf II .

I kept stock rom for barely 3 hours on mine Optimus 4G (which I spent waiting on downloads to convert my phone to e975 from F180 and installing custom recovery / rom blabla)



lol thats too much extra juice you are spilling for a lesser resource hungry game as GTA SA. You will do fine on a stock 3.4 kernel. There is a reason why manufacturer clocks and sets up hardware.

Thanks a lot brother. I am going to try out a custom rom. Can you please suggest me any rom or I should go for CM11 nightlies??
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Thanks a lot brother. I am going to try out a custom rom. Can you please suggest me any rom or I should go for CM11 nightlies??

CM10.2 gave me keyboard lockups, I switched to CM11 and I got to say, even nightlies are rock solid and can be used as daily driver. Phone runs alot cool (Y)

When you are upgrading CM11 nightlies all you have to do is clear cache before updating.
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