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    After firmware update (from 2.3.3 to 2.3.4) I notice that device is heating up really fast. Its normal or not?
     

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    I just find that SGS2 doesn't have CPU temperature sensor and we cant see the CPU temperature.
    I hope they will add it on the future firmwares.
     
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    Temperature during using: around 30C
    During charging: around 40C
    Its normal?
     
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    Temperature is in there.

    However, I have installed Battery Solo Widget. Very handy. Shows battery percentage, and if you click it, it shows the temp in degrees C of F (configurable)
     
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    *#0228# its another code for battery information.
    But I dont know does 30-40C temperature normal or not?
     
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    It depends on what the ambient temperature is. Mine is idling right now at 20C, but ambient will only be a degree or two above that as outside air temp today is in the low teens with a strong W wind.
     
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    Its a firmware problem.
    On 2.3.3 phone tempreature was 20-30C, after upgrading to 2.3.4 its 30-40C.
    Although there are many people with 40-50.
     

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