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V325 Overheating?!?

Discussion in 'MOTOROLA' started by RMJKS05, Aug 12, 2006.

  1. RMJKS05

    RMJKS05 New Member

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    The rest of the family all have the V325. Is it common for it to heat up after only a few minutes of use?

    Any idea what might be the cause?
     
  2. MOTOhooligan

    MOTOhooligan Former Mobile Data Addict
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    This is common when tri-mode handsets are using analog signal. The v325 is a tri-mode handset, in that it can use the 850 band of analog, 850 band of CDMA and 1900 band of CDMA. Because using analog require more power, it is common for phones to become warm.

    However, the phone should not be so warm that it is uncomfortable to hold or burns the user. Being warmer than normal is possible but if the phone is hot you should probably have it sent for warranty repair or there could be an issue with the battery.
     
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  3. RMJKS05

    RMJKS05 New Member

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    It does not get so warm that it's uncomfortable to hold. It does sound like you nailed the cause. I'll pass it on to the family units.

    Thanks!

    Ron
     

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