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How warm do you guys let your phone get?

11th June 2014, 07:13 AM |#21  
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I get mine up to 132. My m7 would hit 147. My battery on my m7 would never get above 113. Idk about the battery on this phone tho. I only rooted it yesterday and have had it 3 days

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12th June 2014, 12:14 AM |#22  
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I get mine up to 132. My m7 would hit 147. My battery on my m7 would never get above 113. Idk about the battery on this phone tho. I only rooted it yesterday and have had it 3 days

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My battery with high usage and in some sunlight maxes out in the low 100s F using gsam

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13th June 2014, 12:38 AM |#23  
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My battery during power saver 3d gaming got to 40c. It was veeeeeeeeery toasty

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I got my M8 up to almost 140F the other day in my windshield mounted car dock. I use Car Home Ultra as my car dock app and it shows the temp (for the battery I think) under the charge level, but I noticed it because my charging LED was flashing amber instead of solid amber. So I diverted my A/C through my defroster vents to hit the phone and it cooled it down to under 100F in a few mins. It started charging normally again once it got under 120F, so that's good to know, I guess, hah.
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I have noticed that every time I do anything in recovery like a backup or restore the phone gets up to about 102 to 105.
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