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XPERIA SP- Heating

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Learner
Message 21 of 30
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Message 21 of 30

Re: XPERIA SP- Heating

I bought an xperia sp last week and also experienced the overheating and charging taking more than 6 hours. The battery also discharges fast when its overheating. After days of testing, I found that the possible cause of the problem is due to stamina mode. When I disable Stamina mode and manage power saving myself manually, the overheating and charging issues disappear. The only option I keep active in the power management screen, is the "location based wifi". So far I haven't experienced overheating and charging issues for 2 days now. Battery life is better as well.

So you guys might want to try disabling stamina mode and see if that works for you. It did for me.
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Visitor
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Message 22 of 30

Re: XPERIA SP- Heating

Thanks Bro its I disabled stamina mode its working..
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Inhabitant
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Re: XPERIA SP- Heating

Disabling all options in power management
Is best option to save some power when your using your phone continuously <fb+music>
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One time poster
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Message 24 of 30

Re: XPERIA SP- Heating

Its showing 42.2 degree after using 3g and its get heated within 15 to 20 min of use, would I have to go to service centre for this please help....
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Moderator
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Re: XPERIA SP- Heating

If the temperature of the battery reaches 50-55 it needs a check at a sony service.



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One time poster
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Message 26 of 30

Re: XPERIA SP- Heating

i've just done the latest firmware update and its apparently meant to prevent overheating of the battery and it hasn't i'm getting worried now aswell as it seems to be effeccting my memory card and making it corrupt everytime it overheats
like most people its hitting 50c on charge and between 45c and 50c on wifi usage anyway to help sort out this issue?

Talent
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Message 27 of 30

Re: XPERIA SP- Heating

My phome reaches 48degree when gaming. Thee main battery draining process is media server. I haven't any location or weather application installed. I dont know what is media server doing with my phone
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Moderator
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Re: XPERIA SP- Heating

Remove the micro SD and put it back.See if media server still acts up.



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Learner
Message 29 of 30
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Re: XPERIA SP- Heating

Very easy. Just turn off auto Backup. Step is :You go to Google+ icon. Touch the icon. Then under General Setting, touch General Setting. Now you see Auto Backup, touch Off for Auto Backup Up. Now your phone will not auto Backup any data,so phone will not get hot.
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Re: XPERIA SP- Heating

it is 40 degree c of my battery temperature please help me..