Galaxy S2 Running HOT

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    Wow....thats a new one! You've got me stumped there!
    Hopefully SlagIt or FBM cam shed some light on this phenomenon. lol

    tap'n
    Last edited by CR6; 08-23-2011 at 06:09 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CR6 View Post
    Wow....thats a new one! You've got me stumped there!
    Hopefully SlagIt or FBM cam shed some light on this phenomenon. lol

    tap'n
    I would appreciate some more input. I guess they normally run 90 F or so? If there's really something wrong maybe I ought to get it fixed. But it operates just fine (except for the operator!).

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    I'm glad its running great, but I honestly have no clue how it can be running so cold. Lets hope the other guys have a clue! lol

    tap'n

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    http://i.imgur.com/VmE4g.pnghttp://i.imgur.com/e6rIM.png
    just 2 more I guess 4 diff. indicators makes it unanymous. LG tech I spoke with doesn't know any temp specs. Said 90 F "seems awfully high" when I told him everybody I connected with considered that the norm. I am going to research a little more, then drop it ( I got some practice w/screenshots. I got that down!) Thnx
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    Last edited by titanoman; 08-23-2011 at 09:58 PM.

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    I was talking to a buddy of mine earlier and he said if he remembers correctly, safe operating temperatures for li-ion batteries is between 0 - 45 degree Celsius. (32F = 0 C) so you're good to go Titan!
    I would have never thought they would run that cold, but hey....learn something new everyday!


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    Quote Originally Posted by CR6 View Post
    I was talking to a buddy of mine earlier and he said if he remembers correctly, safe operating temperatures for li-ion batteries is between 0 - 45 degree Celsius. (32F = 0 C) so you're good to go Titan!
    I would have never thought they would run that cold, but hey....learn something new everyday!


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    Thank-you CR6! I will cease and desist any further research into this matter!

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    No problem bud....sorry i doubted those numbers! I'm still amazed by it, but at least now we know its normal! :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by CR6 View Post
    No problem bud....sorry i doubted those numbers! I'm still amazed by it, but at least now we know its normal! :D

    tap'n
    I know I sure learned a lot today. All good my friend.

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    Dump that app and the mobile security. The temp is fine. You do not have to worry until it hits around 70 degrees Celsius.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLAG IT! View Post
    Dump that app and the mobile security. The temp is fine. You do not have to worry until it hits around 70 degrees Celsius.
    I only downloaded the battery apps (3 diff ones) for a minute to see if they all read the same battery temp. They were gone a minute later. Although I don't need anti-virus, the b/u and locator are good, or not? Consumption isn't an issue. So...?

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