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Is it just me or does the recent facebook app make this phone extremely hot. Recently my phone has been rising up to 46 degrees Celsieus. Goes away when I factory reset then waited a few hours to install all my apps then it did it again. So I experimented and just Uninstaller the fb app and the phone got hot again... Any body else?

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Is it just me or does the recent facebook app make this phone extremely hot. Recently my phone has been rising up to 46 degrees Celsieus. Goes away when I factory reset then waited a few hours to install all my apps then it did it again. So I experimented and just Uninstaller the fb app and the phone got hot again... Any body else?

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The same problem I have, I do not know how to change it. I do not know whether this program is thereby claimed, or why it is so .. Kind of weird. But it is not always so easy And otherwise you lay the phone in the fridge: D
 
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Is it just me or does the recent facebook app make this phone extremely hot. Recently my phone has been rising up to 46 degrees Celsieus. Goes away when I factory reset then waited a few hours to install all my apps then it did it again. So I experimented and just Uninstaller the fb app and the phone got hot again... Any body else?

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Not experienced any heat issue with the new facebook app. Btw 46C is not that hot for the HTC One, pretty normal temp depending cpu usage and screen brightness.
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Not experienced any heat issue with the new facebook app. Btw 46C is not that hot for the HTC One, pretty normal temp depending cpu usage and screen brightness.
Yeah but my phone is blazing hot at 45 to 46c sometimes it gets up there when i plug the charger in. Smh

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The same problem I have, I do not know how to change it. I do not know whether this program is thereby claimed, or why it is so .. Kind of weird. But it is not always so easy And otherwise you lay the phone in the fridge: D
Phone hasn't got that hot this whole year I had it lol.. But it has this past few weeks

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