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Overheating HELP !! Sometimes the phone gets VERY warm and drains off the battery rather quickly..Just removed the battery and re installed and rebooted..phone is now cool..It will get hot again..Is this a setting issue !!

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  • memepuyo Mar 27, 2009

    I have the same problem, so the battery only last fot 2 hours!!! I bought a brand new battery, but the overheating persists... does anyone know what I can do?? who can fix this problem??

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My phone does the same thing!!! I read on another site that if the battery had been damaged or been in freezing weather it would damage the circuitry in the battery itself and cause the overheating.It also said that in some cases the battery had actually exploded! I am going to get a new battery and will let you know if it solves the problem.

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