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  1. Jhaldk

    Jhaldk New Member This Topic's Starter

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    My battery keeps getting really hot (goes up to 105 degrees) and drains in about 2 hours. I've tried swapping it with a battery from another eris but it still happens so I know it's not the battery. I'm using the eris official v.1 rom. This happened on our other phone when I was using plain Jane rom so I flashed that one to eris official and it works great. I'm new to all this so am confused as to what's causing it. I have the app killer set and everything seems to be turned off. Any ideas.
     

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  2. Frisco

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    I'd be worried about the device if it over heated two different batteries.

    However 105 degrees is not excessively hot for a device battery.

    Draining in just a few hours is the big worry, though.

    Take a look around your device to see what is running that could be causing the rapid battery drain: menu > applications > running services, etc.

    Think about any recent changes you may have made to your settings, or any new apps, etc.

    Check for a syncing loop by disabling google sync in gmail, etc.

    Turn off GPS.. look for apps updating in the background (weather, etc). ;)
     
  3. 172driver

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    Yeah, mine was doing it too. Started yesterday, around mid-day. I checked battery usage and saw that cell was way up. Sure enough, it was stuck in a syncing loop, for contacts only.
    I turned off Google Contact sync and that solved it. Hopefully it was a problem on Google's end and they'll fix out today.
     
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    105 degrees is quite COOL for a battery.
     
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