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    Samsung galaxy s 8.4 t705 cpu Overheat

    Can any answer me which is the minimum and maximum temperature for the normal operation of the processor!
    Example, when I surf with crome browser temp... Of cpu, Exynos therm is 55-69c? When watch YouTube, temp of Exynos therm in cpu z is 50-55c,and tab easy Warming... Do is normal?
    Sorry for my bad english language.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alenba80 [ Login above or register to see download links. ]
    Can any answer me which is the minimum and maximum temperature for the normal operation of the processor!
    Example, when I surf with crome browser temp... Of cpu, Exynos therm is 55-69c? Do is normal?
    Sorry for my bad english language.
    Looks too high to me.
    I would expect around 40C.

    Put phone into Recovery Mode and wipe cache then wipe data/factory reset.
    This will remove conflicts that are making your processor work too hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenman [ Login above or register to see download links. ]
    Looks too high to me.
    I would expect around 40C.

    Put phone into Recovery Mode and wipe cache then wipe data/factory reset.
    This will remove conflicts that are making your processor work too hard.
    I've done it again but all the same

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    Can members of this forum and thread of Samsung galaxy s 8.4 there write how much is temp in yours tablet with normal surf, crome, YouTube and other?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alenba80 [ Login above or register to see download links. ]
    I've done it again but all the same
    Then you probably need to reinstall your firmware.
    Did you get your last update OTA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenman [ Login above or register to see download links. ]
    Then you probably need to reinstall your firmware.
    Did you get your last update OTA?
    My friend, , I've done with Odin reinstall firmware.My device normal work, but temp ..., I don't understand. Now, inin this time, temp is 48c...

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    If your device goes beyond a safe operating temperature it will automatically shut down.

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    ok,thank you.For now,never is shout down or restart,I mean that is some processs sometime isue,and I hope that all this be ok.

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    It is a very common issue. Samsung Galaxy mobiles usually overheats a lot. I am telling you my personal experience.
    I would suggest you to follow these fixes which I have tried myself. I hope one of it will work for you.
    1. Ensure all apps are up-to-date
    2. Boot to Safe Mode
    3. Format your MicroSD card
    4. Update the device's software system
    5. Water damage? Contact service center right away
    6. Stop or freeze idle apps
    7. Turn off GPS and Bluetooth connectivity
    8. Turn on Airplane Mode when network isnít needed
    9. Limit the screen brightness
    10. Enable CPU battery saving mode
    11. Ensure your charging accessories are legit
    12. Try some of the cooling apps like Cooler Master and Phone Cooler.
    I hope one of these methods work for you and solve this [ Login above or register to see download links. ].

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