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(poll) where are you if you have problems with the leak

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By werdna87, Senior Member on 20th April 2012, 01:47 PM
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Normally I live in the NE area but I recently went to Florida for a few days. Normally my phone rarely gets above 120, maybe it's hit it 2 times since launch day. When I was in Florida though it was hitting it almost daily. I know it makes sense because it's so much warmer but I'm wondering if that is what is causing all the problems.
 
 
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I live in SC and this winter & spring we have had weather in the 70s & 80s.
Regardless , my phone overheated only twice when our 3G & 4G went down at the same time and we were on 1X.
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I live in SC and this winter & spring we have had weather in the 70s & 80s.
Regardless , my phone overheated only twice when our 3G & 4G went down at the same time and we were on 1X.

In Florida it was high 80s and I never had my phone reboot because of heat. It just started blinking. I was also always doing something on it like netflix or playing a game when it heated up. I even had no problem listening to pandora on the beach with the phone on the sun even though I could feel the heat.

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SC is actually hotter most of the time than FL in the warmer months.
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I'm in Florida, and that could be related. But I think it would have more to do with coverage than with ambient temperatures.
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I'm in Florida, and that could be related. But I think it would have more to do with coverage than with ambient temperatures.

i was getting very good coverage though and had 4g the entire time
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