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Galaxy Gear Overheats with BT Tethering

28th May 2014, 06:55 AM   |  #11  
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OK tried it a few times,it doesn't hit up as much but there is some heat there. Am i doing anything wrong?

no there is nothing wrong, it's just heat bcz the cpu stick to 600 MHZ all the time while the tethering is on.
i tried triangulum for some time, i found the same thing! the cpu is fully loaded untill you limit his power by the same procedure.
the thing is you can apply power save with minimal power to 200 MHZ and it will never heat! but you will face a huge lag !!
i couldn't find any other way.
28th May 2014, 01:08 PM   |  #12  
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no there is nothing wrong, it's just heat bcz the cpu stick to 600 MHZ all the time while the tethering is on.
i tried triangulum for some time, i found the same thing! the cpu is fully loaded untill you limit his power by the same procedure.
the thing is you can apply power save with minimal power to 200 MHZ and it will never heat! but you will face a huge lag !!
i couldn't find any other way.

I've been tethered with my Gear for about 9 hours and I haven't noticed heating. I'm mostly tethered, with some random sync going in the background, but it's never truly hot.
28th May 2014, 02:41 PM   |  #13  
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Did you do anything within null 23 or settings? in order to reduce the heat completely? What way are you tethering?

when I 1st installed null, I didn't alter any settings (about processer and cores) as I don't mess with things I don't understand. I also am in the uk and have teathering as standard on my S4 so I didn't install the extra stuff for doing that? perhaps that's the problem.
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