Question about HTC Touch HD Smartphone
My new HTC touch HD is kinda heating up too fast. After just 1 hr talk straight talk, its really heated up. Is this normal, or is there something wrong with my battery or my phone itself.
And aslo the battery takes too much time to charge fully. Could someone help me out, Thanks...
Dont forget you should be closing off the programs in the top right hand corner (pressing home or changing program doesnt close the program so make sure you are usually only running about 50%) and yes it is normally hot my friend and i both have one and we have already seen that both our hd's are quite hot on the back but not scorching... the bat should take up to 4 hrs most to charge off a wall and with regular txting and small (1-10 min calls) a couple of times a day and a little bti of web browsing the phone bat should last a day least.... (again make sure in setting wifi is off when not using and under settings/connections tab/com manager that this is all turned off (just to make sure)) especially remember that even closing the web browser in top right hand corner can leave 3g running so click on the 3g icon (depending on provider) on the top tab and disconnect it (also save u data usage)) atm im running for about 2 days off a charge at least and all i have done recently is reflashed my rom off the htc web site and whenever not suing the phone put it to sleep using the top power button (one press but im sure u all no).
Hope this helps! :D (great phone when you learn how to work it!)
Posted on May 26, 2009
You might be able to downclock the phone's processor with OMAPclock. This could be a design flaw. I wouldn't worry about it if it's not 'too' hot, and it works fine while it's hot...
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
The heat is normal...unless it's scorching hot...then in that case there could very well be something wrong with y our battery. It takes a few hours for the battery to be charged completely with the phone turned off.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
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