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  1. Papoise

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    On the battery apps when the apps read the temperature of the battery do u all use the Celsius setting or farenheit because I'm confused on which one to use on this app.
     

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    I don't use one, but I imagine it would be personal preference. Just use whichever one makes you more comfortable. :)
     
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    Use Celsius if your in Canada and use Farenheit if your in the USA, LOL



     
  4. Papoise

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    Lol I use farenheit for weather but the battery temp says 86f or sometimes 90f and I get confused.
     
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    'f' means farenheit....
     
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    I know f means farenheit but I thought it was gonna be different from the weather farenheit I guess I should farenheit for both apps.
     
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    For electronics, always use celsius.
     
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    Yeah, right. When you're looking at the temperature of your phone it's very important that it be displayed in degrees Celsius. Also "electronics" requires that you wear a yellow T-shirt and stand on only one foot when looking at the temperature! ;)
     
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    Dude, Farenheit is farenheit haha...
     
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    The glory of the USA lagging behind in converting to the superior metric system....

    15 centuries later....
     
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