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  1. mrryanthai

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    My little brother has a Samsung Tablet 2 and it gets really warm.Anyway to fix that?complete stock.
     

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    What model? And is it 4.1 or 4.2 android
     
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    Galaxy tab 2 I believe the 7 inch.4.1
     
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    What all does he do with it? Mine seems to get lightly warm when watching videos for a period of time. I really haven't put mine through a heavy pace but need to!
     
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    Install battery monitor app and see what temp its running at.
     
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    What you feel is the warming of the powerful multi-core processor, no need to worry about ... unless its heat affects the battery's temperature.
    What you should look it's the battery's temperature ... because it's the phone's/tablet's most sensitive component.
    That's not dependent on the phone's/tablet's brand.

    The Li-Ion battery's allowed max temperature is for discharging 60C (140F) and for charging 45C (113F).
    If the battery remains below this temperatures that means it doesn't represent any danger.
    But high temperatures of the battery over extended periods of time will somewhat decrease the battery's lifetime.
     
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