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[Q] Z2 temperature?

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By nourzoukar, Junior Member on 18th May 2014, 06:44 AM
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Hello everyone,
I was wondering about the device temperature, mine is always above 25 (C) when idle. And with average usag it bumps up between 34 an 39?
Is that normal?? And what is your device temperature? Post it along with the battery time you get.
 
 
18th May 2014, 09:23 AM |#2  
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I am pretty sure that for everyone device temperature is at least few degrees higher in idle state than ambient temperature.
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I am pretty sure that for everyone device temperature is at least few degrees higher in idle state than ambient temperature.

Iäm in Berlin, it is 16 now, and the device tep. is 27....and since the 7 morning the battery drooped from 100% to 69%with stamina mode on and about 1 hour 30 minutes screen time....is this normal??
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Check apps in background, maybe some of them drains battery little to fast.
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Check apps in background, maybe some of them drains battery little to fast.

Thank you, but I think there is something wrong because the battery state shows that only the screen and the Android system are the most who are consuming the power.
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Thank you, but I think there is something wrong because the battery state shows that only the screen and the Android system are the most who are consuming the power.

Android system can be connect to any app which demands service.
Check in battery usage how looks activity bar.
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