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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bavlondon, Apr 9, 2010.

  1. bavlondon

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    When at work I usually have mine plugged into my laptop to charge it up and today I notice that it's getting warm at the back. It's not even been used at all for the last 2 or 3 hours, it's just been sitting there on charge.

    Should I be concerned?
     

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  2. antipesto93

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    mine gets hot sometimes aswell, but only when i am using it and charging it at the same time
    does the same thing happen when its on the mains? usb charging is half the speed of mains by the way
     
  3. bavlondon

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    Slightly but not as much id say. If it's not an issue then im not bothered but it seems even after little usage it it heats up too.

    I sort of had the same issue with my iphone when that was on charge so maybe it's nothing?
     
  4. Morat

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    My Touch HD gets quite warm when charging, it hasn't been a problem in a year of use...
     
  5. bavlondon

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    Do you know how long it took HTC to release an extended battery?
     
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  8. StevenSeed

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    Mine gets warm too, but not as warm as my old Samsung Omnia used to get - I used to go on 'MSN' on that and after 20 minutes used to pretty much burn the palm of my hand!! Well, probably an exaggeration, but you know what I mean!
     
  9. nx1977

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    Most devices get slightly warm. Unless reported by spare parts to be over 37C in a cool room, then not an issue.
     
  10. Lukehluke

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    They normally get warm when charging a lot or if your getting a lot of use out of it.
     
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