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Old February 3rd, 2012, 10:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have Sony Ericsson Xperia mini phone. If i browse the web using data connection my phone battery and its back casing temperature increase 40-45C. As a result of that its not respond. So i need to restart my phone. Are there any solution for me. Is it a normal thing or its a my phone issue?

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Whilst it should heat up a certain amount when in use, it should not heat up enough to lock up completely. In this case please try a firmware update first and if this does not help then you may need to get the phone into an authorsed repair agent:

http://dl-www.sonyericsson.com/cws/download/1/110/61/1323075336/Update_Service_Setup-2.11.12.5.exe
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Whilst it should heat up a certain amount when in use, it should not heat up enough to lock up completely. In this case please try a firmware update first and if this does not help then you may need to get the phone into an authorsed repair agent:

http://dl-www.sonyericsson.com/cws/download/1/110/61/1323075336/Update_Service_Setup-2.11.12.5.exe
Its not work for me! I think i need submit my phone to authorized repair center. Thanks friend!
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sony ericsson xperia mini ST15i overheating issue - YouTube

Main: To All Xperia Mini ST15i owners who has problem with their unit

check out those links. seems you're not an isolated case. Maybe it's a factory issue, I don't know. It's still a new phone on the market.
I too own the xperia st15i, and I'm a bit scared if it'll happen to me sometime
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Main: To All Xperia Mini ST15i owners who has problem with their unit

check out those links. seems you're not an isolated case. Maybe it's a factory issue, I don't know. It's still a new phone on the market.
I too own the xperia st15i, and I'm a bit scared if it'll happen to me sometime
Yes! Its similar to my issue! But now i give it to the service center and they will call me soon.
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Do let us know how you go with repair agent.
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Do let us know how you go with repair agent.
I don't know what the hell! Today i called service center, they mention that still my phone not ready. I don't know what they are doing. They told me that, they sent my phone to their head office. Now 7 days! OMG!
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Unfortunately it sounds like it went to a low volume repair agent and the problem appears to be of a nature they are not equipped to repair. This does happen on occasion however this means generally that they have found the cause of the problem and know what needs to be done to resolve it, this is a good thing.
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Unfortunately it sounds like it went to a low volume repair agent and the problem appears to be of a nature they are not equipped to repair. This does happen on occasion however this means generally that they have found the cause of the problem and know what needs to be done to resolve it, this is a good thing.
Yes! I live in sri lanka. Our country all the Sony phones send to official dealer head office. Regional service centers only collect fault devices.
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Today i got the phone after two weeks. They remove touch pad and replaced new one.
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Today i got the phone after two weeks. They remove touch pad and replaced new one.
Have you had any of the same problems since getting it back?
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Have you had any of the same problems since getting it back?
Nop! Still there is no issue, work fine, but battery temperature goes 35C. Hope they fixed my issue.
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35 is ok, do let us know if it happens again but it does sound like the problem is sorted now.
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Looks like remove touch pad not fix my issue. Again it has this heating issue in 40-47 C (degrees). When i try to open apps they automatically close, menu key and back key not work.

Also if i connect my phone to a computer via USB cable application menu not drag, home screen also not drag. Oh shit why i get this phone!
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Have you tried this:

http://androidforums.com/sony-ericsson-xperia-mini/498148-fix-all-xperia-mini-owners-experiencing-overheat-issue.html
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Thanks friend your replay. Unfortunately i don't have root permission. If i root phone warranty void.
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That's no problem. 'cause you can root and when you need to go to service, you can just un-root. It's simple as that.
Unlocking the bootloader, now that's something you can't revert completely.
I had the same problem, and this script made it go away. And if sony can't repair it under warrancy, then what's the warrancy for anyway LoL.
Just telling you the options, I'm not encouraging you to do anything
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That's no problem. 'cause you can root and when you need to go to service, you can just un-root. It's simple as that.
Unlocking the bootloader, now that's something you can't revert completely.
I had the same problem, and this script made it go away. And if sony can't repair it under warrancy, then what's the warrancy for anyway LoL.
Just telling you the options, I'm not encouraging you to do anything
Never mid today i submit it to the service center. Lets see what happen. I'm afraid to root in warranty period because of un-rooting not work as we expect then i can't claim warranty.
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