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2013-11-23 10:03 PM
2013-12-18 10:56 PM
Check the processes running on the phone. Use ES Task Manager to stop the unwanted processes. I had overheating issues on bluetooth + wifi running at same time, while taking a call. Stopped the wifi and things returned to normal. But point is, it still overheats playing intensive apps. Hope Sony Corporation releases an update that allows us to reduce the CPU cycles.
2014-01-17 03:48 AM
2014-01-17 06:11 AM - edited 2014-01-17 06:14 AM
It is actually normal for phones with higher specs to get heated more due to the fact that they have more processing power, stronger GPU. Also they use their body case for cooling as they don't have vents inside like PCs...
Just imagine a PC with 1.5 GHz quad-core CPU equipped with only a static cooler...
In case of an overheat the phone will shut it self down...now if this happens often, then you do have a problem. Otherwise heating under a load is normal.
Edit: Unoptimized applications or even OEM software updates that are not optimized can cause phone to generate more heat as they use more processing power in the background. Only way to fix this is to actually optimize application or some system process by their manufacturer.
2014-01-27 05:57 AM
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