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Note pro 12.2 temperatures

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9th December 2014, 07:19 PM   |  #11  
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The highest I have ever reached on a tablet was about 53C. But that was while playing an intensive game and charging it at the same time. The 12.2 is very large and should dissipate the heat very well. 60-70 degrees sounds like a hardware fault to me. Could be mediaserver running at 100% because of faulty sd. I would try ticking format in odin to see if its the hardware. If its ok after that it might be a bad app.

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10th December 2014, 09:37 AM   |  #12  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by muzzy996

Wow. CPU monitoring software doesn't show anything taking up a lot of CPU time?

No, nothing specific to blame for that behaviour.

See pictures below:














As you can see temperatures are way too high even if I just stay on home screen without any app running in background doing heavy work.


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The highest I have ever reached on a tablet was about 53C. But that was while playing an intensive game and charging it at the same time. The 12.2 is very large and should dissipate the heat very well. 60-70 degrees sounds like a hardware fault to me. Could be mediaserver running at 100% because of faulty sd. I would try ticking format in odin to see if its the hardware. If its ok after that it might be a bad app.

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Scenario after having the device completely wiped (also internal sd and no external sd mounted) was still the same on last 6 pictures.
No additional apps were installed, except for earth, to show how far the temperature raises when doing some heavy work.
As you can see it still keeps its temperature above 50 degrees even after let it cool down a while.
Only way to get the temperature below 50 degrees was to disable the screen/poweroff the whole device.
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10th December 2014, 10:09 AM   |  #13  
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Return it back to the store, it has to be a hardware defect. I would not use the 12.2 anymore, 70C is far too high for the lithium battery...

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Return it back to the store, it has to be a hardware defect. I would not use the 12.2 anymore, 70C is far too high for the lithium battery...

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Yeah, will do that today. It wouldn't bother me if it was like under heavy load for a specific amount of time, but got that even while not using it.
Just hope that it wont take that long to get a replacement :/
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Return it back to the store, it has to be a hardware defect. I would not use the 12.2 anymore, 70C is far too high for the lithium battery...

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That's showing A15 CPU core temp, not battery temp.
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Got a new one as replacement, issue seem to be gone so far.
Got 83C under heavy usage but without causing any reboot.
Temperatures are about 35-45C when idle, depending on what's the temperature of my room.
Seems pretty normal to me now



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screen blinks while using and no service
Hey guys its my first question here
while playing games or using multitasks I feel like there something hot under the rear cam then the screen starts blinking and I got no service as if I have been changed to flight mode for about a second or two and it keeps repeating till I close some apps
all of that happens with the power saver on
If I switched off the power saver or even raise the brightness to maximum I won't even be able to watch a movie without screen blinking
I was asking should I get a new one or can it be repaired well and if I should ask for a battery change as well ??
I mean if the battery life time can be affected by that or not ??

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