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muzammilhsn ITA Level 1 | All posts
ZenFone2 Bug Report
Model: ZE551ML
RAM: 3G
Firmware/APP Version: Versione WW_2.20.40.59
Frequency of Occurrence: **
Rooted: Yes
APP Name: -
Screenshot: -
I ask for your help / advice
after the first week of use ....
*phone temperature in idle/standby battery 26°/28°c (wifi on its... 28°/30°), CPU 35°/36°C.
*is this normal that when the phone is charging, battery temperature between 40 ° c and 44 ° c and CPU temperature between 55 ° c and 58 ° c. ?
and
*when using the phone like updating from play store, open some applications like taking some photos, wifi, internet, skype etc ..  temperature of the CPU almost touches 65/72 ° c.
(temperature detected by cpu-z )

it seems that the phone overheats ... I already tried resetting, cleaning cache does not seem to change so much.

thanks in advance

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PHL Beta Tester | All posts
this happened to me when too many process run in the background...
did you disable google apps using auto start manager?
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muzammilhsn ITA Level 1 | All posts
mediocre08 posted on 2015/8/23 20:24
this happened to me when too many process run in the background...
did you disable google apps using ...

yes.....already disabled
except google play store
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IND Beta Tester | All posts
Wipe cache, factory reset, disable all useless asus n google apps dont disable autostart manager n allow all apps and thats all folks
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muzammilhsn ITA Level 1 | All posts
iamashish0799 posted on 2015/8/23 21:10
Wipe cache, factory reset, disable all useless asus n google apps dont disable autostart manager n a ...

thanks........
already done that like you mention, except allowing all apps in autostart manager, i think it will heavy for RAM and CPU.
only overheat (70°c CPU) when 10 minute video call on skype,using video camera
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muzammilhsn posted on 2015/8/23 19:09
thanks........
already done that like you mention, except allowing all apps in autostart manager,  ...

Just do as i say and see if theres any difference  dont forget to restart ur phone
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TWN Moderator | All posts
hi  muzammilhsn

The device will be heating up as CPU is running when you use your phone.

We cannot know precisely how you are running your device. Therefore, repair or service center will be suggested here for device checking.

http://www.asus.com/support/Service-Center-All-Countries/
  
Sorry for any inconvenience)
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