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    How HOT is your Fassy?

    Well it's been a very hot summer and today was no better in the mile high city. While driving around today my phone rebooted while on a call. I use it on the car dock with my bluetooth earpiece. I also monitor battery temp using elixir on main screen and right after it rebooted it read 50 degrees Celsius (122 f). Does anyone else monitor their battery temperature and have noticed rebooting? Also I know this is only the battery temp and could be way hotter at the cpu so what is the threshold for meltdown?

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    My first fassy got that hot a couple times, but this ones been running nice and cool. I don't use a special monitoring app since my clock/weather widget offers all that info. (3D Digital Weather)
    Mines running at 102F right now which is normal if I'm on my phone for awhile. I've never had this one go over 105F.

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    Mine will get that got when using and it is plugged in...but not while unplugged.
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    I have the same experience as Buddy, if I use it over an extended period with it plugged in it gets quite hot. Although I have noticed after going from Evil Fascination to CM7 it doesn't happen nearly as often.
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    Yes mine was plugged in at the time as well. Seems I need to build a super heat sink to take heat away from the battery!!!

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    Make a liquid nitrogen cooled heatsink, slim enough to fit under the stock cover.....you'd make millions!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CR6 View Post
    Make a liquid nitrogen cooled heatsink, slim enough to fit under the stock cover.....you'd make millions!

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    C...you answer that RS request.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Gyver View Post
    Does anyone else monitor their battery temperature
    I use "elixer" app that in addition to other things checks temp. I am inside and plugged in and running at 82.4 right now.
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    I use elixir as well but it only displays celcius. Is there a setting for Fahrenheit or you guys are conversion geniuses?

    Edit: blah I found it. R. I. F.

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    Last edited by Paul Gyver; 08-11-2011 at 11:23 AM.

 

 
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