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9th April 2014, 07:47 AM |#1  
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Does anyone have any issues where the phone gets hot after using it for a little bit? Maybe its me, but I will text for about 20mins on and off and it'll get hot. I was using gravitybox (just that) and the phone got hot. Just curious if Im the only one or if its normal since its metal and all.
 
 
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Does anyone have any issues where the phone gets hot after using it for a little bit? Maybe its me, but I will text for about 20mins on and off and it'll get hot. I was using gravitybox (just that) and the phone got hot. Just curious if Im the only one or if its normal since its metal and all.

Xposed has a tendency to cause cpu load and heating ... mine (without xposed) works only upto warm even with games
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No excessive heat from my device yet...and it gets used very heavily. I haven't got xposed installed yet tho.
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Xposed has a tendency to cause cpu load and heating ... mine (without xposed) works only upto warm even with games

That seems to make sense now.
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I have a M8 from yesterday and also mine get quite warm even if I didn't install xposed yet.
btw i think it's normal, consider that it's made of metal.
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Have xposed, and gravitybox installed. Temperatures remain cool, to warm. Nothing unbearable and still much cooler than any phone I have previously owned.

M8, nuff said.
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You want to cook an egg? Play plants vs zombies 2. It'll get real hot.

Sent from my HTC One_M8
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