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    Well not literally. But this is THE strangest thing Ive seen. It wasn't just hot. It actually made my thighs feel the heat through my jeans!

    The weird part - NO background tasks. My phone is stock. No apps installed. All Nokia apps removed. Only hotmail and twitter accounts in sync. Hotmail on manual sync. Location, WiFi, NFC, Bluetooth off. 3G connectivity on.

    I have no idea what my phone was trying to do. My battery went from 87% to 6% when I removed my boiling hot phone.

    Any takers?
    Patient Windows Phone User since October 2010 till cores and apps do us apart.


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    Well, this is interesting...I got my phone on 11/9 and I've had no problems at all. Then yesterday I went upstairs, leaving my phone downstairs for half an hour. When I came back, the phone was really hot even though it had been sitting there idle. The battery had gone from about 90% to 36%. All in the space of half an hour! I have no idea what caused it, and it's been fine since.

    I don't know where you are, but are you near Denver by any chance? This was about 2pm yesterday....maybe AT&T were doing some network stuff? Just guessing here.

    Anyway, it's the strangest thing I've seen with this phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by garrymcd View Post
    Well, this is interesting...I got my phone on 11/9 and I've had no problems at all. Then yesterday I went upstairs, leaving my phone downstairs for half an hour. When I came back, the phone was really hot even though it had been sitting there idle. The battery had gone from about 90% to 36%. All in the space of half an hour! I have no idea what caused it, and it's been fine since.

    I don't know where you are, but are you near Denver by any chance? This was about 2pm yesterday....maybe AT&T were doing some network stuff? Just guessing here.

    Anyway, it's the strangest thing I've seen with this phone.
    Nah, I am thousands of miles away from Denver. I'm in London.
    This is definitely the strangest thing. I am not sure why this happens. How it does. But such a reaction, out of nowhere is unexplainable. To be honest Ive read a few peeps say it, but had no idea it was this bad. If I do find out anything more on this, I will report back.
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    When my phone heats up like that in my pocket, I just blame it on the jealousy it has of being next to something even more massive than the phone.
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    Were you in an area with bad cellular reception? Because if its getting weak signal it will heat up trying to find a better one, and draining the battery even quicker.
    Arguing with an ***** is like playing chess with a pigeon.
    You could be the greatest player in the world, but the pigeon will still knock over all the pieces, s--t on the board and strut around triumphantly-Tomtom6 on NcSportbikes.com
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    I dont know why people see this as a lumia problem, i have the same thing happen from time to time on my HTC one-X and there is never a reason for it. I usually just reboot the phone and it works fine until it happens again.

    Shawn
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    good for winter. lumia is taking care of u
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinalyx View Post
    I dont know why people see this as a lumia problem, i have the same thing happen from time to time on my HTC one-X and there is never a reason for it. I usually just reboot the phone and it works fine until it happens again.

    Shawn


    This is something that is a bit of encouragement! But this shouldn't have been that bad. I mean come on, they've nailed it every time in past one year! Kept the updates flowing frequently. The last thing I expect is such a random temperature BS!
    Patient Windows Phone User since October 2010 till cores and apps do us apart.


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    I see the same thing. When I put the 920 on my kitchen table for any amount of time it gets hot and drains. If its in my pocket its OK most of the time, but it's warmed my leg up a few times too. Its got to have something to do with cell reception. Like you I have nothing running in the background.
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    I was in a good 3g area. Central London. They even have 4g.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeaverJuicer View Post
    When my phone heats up like that in my pocket, I just blame it on the jealousy it has of being next to something even more massive than the phone.
    I was going to like this.. But then I thought about it and realized that wasn't the best idea...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinalyx View Post
    I dont know why people see this as a lumia problem, i have the same thing happen from time to time on my HTC one-X and there is never a reason for it. I usually just reboot the phone and it works fine until it happens again.

    Shawn
    Probably because the One X sucks too. I am so glad I got rid of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomatoes11 View Post
    Probably because the One X sucks too. I am so glad I got rid of it.
    heh, thats what im coming from, my lumia will be here tomorrow. If i dont keep my 920 ill trade it/sell it and get a note 2.

    Shawn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinalyx View Post
    heh, thats what im coming from, my lumia will be here tomorrow. If i dont keep my 920 ill trade it/sell it and get a note 2.

    Shawn
    I just switched up from a One X to the Lumia, as well (a few weeks ago). You shan't be disappointed. ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by bawboh86 View Post
    I just switched up from a One X to the Lumia, as well (a few weeks ago). You shan't be disappointed. ;)
    Its a beautiful device. I love it. But its so hot to handle at times ;)
    Patient Windows Phone User since October 2010 till cores and apps do us apart.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinalyx View Post
    heh, thats what im coming from, my lumia will be here tomorrow. If i dont keep my 920 ill trade it/sell it and get a note 2.

    Shawn
    Sacrilege!
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    I think that's normal especially if your phone is trying to find cellular reception. My old Blackberry used to heat up so much and I mean SO much, when it's switching between 2G and 3G (which usually happens when I'm travelling). I guess a solution would be to set your phone to only receive a specific type of signal and not on auto.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andi_N View Post
    I think that's normal especially if your phone is trying to find cellular reception. My old Blackberry used to heat up so much and I mean SO much, when it's switching between 2G and 3G (which usually happens when I'm travelling). I guess a solution would be to set your phone to only receive a specific type of signal and not on auto.
    I was in central London, which has about 99.99% 3G coverage. Most of it even now has 4G coverage. I doubt, if my phone was looking for 2G. However, after today's Network+ update my phone has lost all types for signals for more than 10-15 minutes, about 3 times! Only restart has got my signals back each time. So perhaps like you said, a radio issue.
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    these threads with an eccentric title are funny. you're phone melted in your pocket yet you were able to get the network+ update today. if anything that speaks to nokia's build quality. lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tebugg View Post
    these threads with an eccentric title are funny. you're phone melted in your pocket yet you were able to get the network+ update today. if anything that speaks to nokia's build quality. lol.
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    Mine does this a lot since the Portico update. My location/GPS icon will get "stuck" ON randomly and the battery will just tank as the phone heats up to the point it's hard to hold it. I don't have anything running in the background, I don't use Nokia Drive, and I only have the default Weather app using my location. I can let the phone sit and when it happens it will literally drop from somewhere near 90% to the point it turns off in about an hour.
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    Same exact thing happening with mine - location/GPS icon always on despite never using Nokia drive or anything else. I turned off location services in settings and it has helped a lot - but it's a really annoying problem.
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    It's a bug with the radio and/or gps, presumably will be fixed in an update.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeaverJuicer View Post
    When my phone heats up like that in my pocket, I just blame it on the jealousy it has of being next to something even more massive than the phone.
    You must have a big ****!
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