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By jkjoms, Junior Member on 25th June 2012, 11:02 AM
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7th November 2012, 09:18 AM |#11  
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Originally Posted by OmegaRED^

Yes he said add a fan.
You said we are just having bad luck.
+50*C ... read the warning label on the battery.

Why are you raging?

Thats is CPU temp reading, dunno for battery.
Seems you absolutely rite, thats why this thread
got FIVE STARS from MOD.
Sorry about my posted above

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14th November 2012, 07:39 AM |#12  
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Hello,

I changed my battery for a 1800 mah mugen power and now I don't face heating and rebooting issue.

Sent from my X10i using Tapatalk
14th November 2012, 08:52 AM |#13  
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Hello,

I changed my battery for a 1800 mah mugen power and now I don't face heating and rebooting issue.

Sent from my X10i using Tapatalk

It's not for every users, some because of battery, sometime due to board related, etc.
But. ... yeah Mugen is better, using it for months and very satisfied, also have a good temp result,
check this my screenshoot :
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...43&postcount=3

Today, almost all new smartphone using internal
battery (sh***t), keep pushing us to buy their new product
12th August 2013, 01:55 AM |#14  
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you will laugh at me.

I found the solution

use adhesive tape on the SIM card and this prevents contact failure and overheating.

So far I can use 3g, wifi, wireless network without problems, without reboots!!!!!!!!!!!! !!

WOW. It worked for me.
17th August 2013, 02:43 PM |#15  
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Originally Posted by XtremX10

It's not for every users, some because of battery, sometime due to board related, etc.
But. ... yeah Mugen is better, using it for months and very satisfied, also have a good temp result,
check this my screenshoot :
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...43&postcount=3

Today, almost all new smartphone using internal
battery (sh***t), keep pushing us to buy their new product

Ha ha...

Photo of me in -1C weather and phone battery 27C.
Photo of me play modern Combat for half an hour and battery 27C
Photo of me and my phone with battery 27C
Photo of me download a 3.5GB mkv video and battery 27C

Does anyone see a pattern emerging here?

After market batteries I've used do not return the temperature and will remain at a default of 27C.

I know this is true for my Mugen 1800mAh battery in my XPERIA X10i and a PISEN 1750mAh battery in my XPERIA LT26i

HDMI and an XPERIA S can get well over 40C before the device monitor shuts the phone down and or etc.
With my PISEN 1750mAh battery, it's 27C all the way... which is scary when you know the temp is increasing and nothing to curb it.

Just something to confirm and/or be aware of if found to be true with other after market batteries.

P.S. Oh and the fixed battery in an XPERIA LT26i can be replaced with a LT25i (XPERIA V) battery as my PISEN battery was for a LT25i (BA800). NFC is not hampered by aftermarket battery in my case.
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