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My wireless charger and the back of my device gets really hot

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By xda23, Senior Member on 17th August 2014, 04:12 PM
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17th August 2014, 04:16 PM |#2  
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Is this normal?I wouldnt think it would be normal.and it gets so hot that you can really hold onto it that long.I stopped using it because of this problem.any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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Its normal mine does same when was stock . after u take it off it cools down right?
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Magnetic induction tends to heat the coil up... and this is the heat that you feel
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So this will not hurt my device or my wireless charger? Thanks In advance!!!

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If you peel off the cooper shield on the back cover it will help reduce the heat a bit. Also finding the sweet spot on the wireless charger pad also help too.
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