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Old July 27th, 2012, 07:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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#1 is it normal for my phone to get hot its the Samsung galaxy president # 2 i have tried to load team speak beta on it but it says incomparable with device why is that i wanna be able to comunicate with my gaming friends #3 I here about rooting a droid what the heck is rooting sorry for the noobness .

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Hi azbrian, and welcome to AF

I don't know this device, so can't help much, but have moved the thread to the device forum where hopefully somebody will be able to give better answers your questions.

A phone will generate heat when in use (screen on, 3G data). I don't know how hot is normal for this handset. Of course if it's a hot day and you keep the phone near your body (e.g. in a pocket) then its starting temperature will be higher too.

The only thing I can see about teamspeak in the market is that you need at least android 2.2, but there may be other requirements. Sorry I can't help there. You could try contacting the developer.

To find out about rooting, visit the Precedent All Things Root forum. The All Things Root Guide sticky post there includes a post specifically on what "root" is. The short answer is that it gives you administrator access to the phone.

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This phone will get rather hot when you're constantly on the screen and have a few apps running at the same time.

The teamspeak version out now for android will only run on android 2.2 and above,,,,,this phone has that, but teamspeak also needs the ARMv7 processor and your phone only has the ARMv6 processor. If you look on the teampspeak forums in the android section you will see I have requested an update on the rebuild of the teamspeak app for android. They are rebuilding the teamspeak app, but I haven't heard if it will ever support the ARMv6 processor.

Rooting will give you access to everything on your phone. You can delete all sorts of files that are needed if you are not careful though. There are certain apps that need root access to run, so if you come across any of these files you won't be able to run them without root. If you do root your phone, do not go haywire with deleting files and such; only use it to run these certain apps.
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