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Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by mixpix, May 25, 2010.

  1. mixpix

    mixpix Well-Known Member
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    With summer almost apon us, I was thinking we could start to hear stories about people frying their phones. I know my Milestone gets a fairly warm using GPS in the car dock, ill have to keep an eye on the temps.

    Are there any temperature sensors in the processor/phone? I haven't heard of any.
     



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  2. mrmojoz

    mrmojoz Android Enthusiast

    I know the setCPU widget shows internal temps, so yeah I'd say there were internal sensors.
     
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  3. rwZephyr

    rwZephyr Well-Known Member

    Yeah, at least for the CPU, I left my phone in my buddies glovebox which turns out is where the heater blows, and when I turned it on, it said it was to hot to power on
     
  4. TheSultan

    TheSultan Android Expert

    all electronics need to be kept at a good temperature. whether it has internal temperature gauges or not, just use some common sense. Say, for instance, not putting a $500 smartphone in a glove box in the summer.
     
  5. mixpix

    mixpix Well-Known Member
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    Or in the glove box on a cold/cool day either it seems. haha

    At least the phone does a check before turning on, I would like assume that it will turn off when it gets to hot as well. Anyone know?

    @mrmojoz Hmm well I'm not rooted, but if I was... I would be using setCPU. Is there any good free apps that will show temps?
     
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