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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by crixalis, May 19, 2010.

  1. crixalis

    crixalis Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Why my battery temperature is 4.0 C or 3.4 C. ..
    I saw on another phone like Spica, normal temperature like: 34 Celsius, ... 38 Celsius.

    Antoher problem is Light Sensor. If I turn on nothing happens. Even if I are in dark or in sun light, the display brightness remains unchanged.

    I have galaxo

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  2. Willd

    Willd Newbie

    The temperature problem is because the battery sensor isn't working properly, so you don't have to worry :)

    Edit: Which in retrospect sounds like you ought to worry even more, but hey! It's a Samsung! :p
  3. crixalis

    crixalis Newbie
    Thread Starter

    So basically the phone came broken from the factory... shame for Samsung. Last phone bought from Samsung.
  4. turkievicz

    turkievicz Member

    Welcome to the club.
  5. FadeFx

    FadeFx Well-Known Member

    if that was the only thing that was broken on delivery, we
  6. anonymouz1828

    anonymouz1828 Newbie

    Yep .. the proximity sensor do not work that well too.
  7. FadeFx

    FadeFx Well-Known Member

    proximity is mostly a dust related problem, i wont do a forum search for you now...
  8. MichaelW

    MichaelW Android Enthusiast

    I seem to recall someone saying they thought there was an erroneus extra temperature conversion in there so it was essentially converting it from Fahrenheit twice.

    This makes sense to me as 100F would be ~38C, and 38F would be around 3-4C. Whether or not that can be fixed in the source I don't know. It's something to raise with Drakaz I guess.

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