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    Default fonepad 7 getting hot quickly

    my fonepad 7 me372 getting very hot quickly n the battery consumption is very high.
    can i know how to solve the problem?
    how if i din online register the asus waranty?
    tq.
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    Default Re: fonepad 7 getting hot quickly

    Quote Originally Posted by Derren Chong View Post
    my fonepad 7 me372 getting very hot quickly n the battery consumption is very high.
    can i know how to solve the problem?
    how if i din online register the asus waranty?
    tq.
    If you had GPS /WiFi/Bluetooth turned on that would drain your battery.You could try settings/battery or power management and see what is sucking the battery of power.
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    Default Re: fonepad 7 getting hot quickly

    Quote Originally Posted by Casper Cat View Post
    If you had GPS /WiFi/Bluetooth turned on that would drain your battery.You could try settings/battery or power management and see what is sucking the battery of power.
    Welcome to the forums.
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    Default hi fonepad 7 user

    Im korean fonepad 7 user

    but can't english sorry


    You say agreement...fonepad 7 battery drain is too fast

    7hours 30minute using..by smartsaving mode


    because...standby power is too high

    Atom z2560 dual..standby clock is 800mhz...and all core loading...

    another tablet is one core loading of idle (one core 500mhz idle loading by memo pad hd 7)

    but me372cg is all core loading of idle.


    finally rooting ....need for cpu setting app

    there is no way yet..





    Last Enegysaving Tip


    browser run - setting - bandwith management - search result preloading (never) & web page preloading (never)


    brower run - setting - advance - smart reader (uncheck)



    Thank you..good luck
    Last edited by lee ho; 02-15-2014 at 02:49 PM.
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    Default Re: hi fonepad 7 user

    thx everyone, but i do ntg to my fonepad(no gps,nowifi, no data...)n it is still getting hot.
    i charged for 100% n left at the table for 30minutes n the battery lvl become 60%.
    i experienced this problem once n i solve it by hard reset it.
    this is the 2nd time n i hope i can get a better solution other than hard reset,
    thx=)
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    Default Re: hi fonepad 7 user

    hi lee ho,how was ur rooting?
    is everything going well?
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    Default Re: hi fonepad 7 user

    My friend derren chong....I'm do not english sorry ㅠㅠ but..today new firmware upload by 5.2.5...online update please ^^
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    Default Re: hi fonepad 7 user

    Ah.....run mms app -> setting -> auto-recive (uncheck).....


    And mobile data (always on)
    Last edited by lee ho; 02-20-2014 at 09:13 PM.
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    Default Re: hi fonepad 7 user

    Thank you lee ho,seems better after update,use google translate,haha
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    Default Re: fonepad 7 getting hot quickly

    Have the same problem, what can i do with my ASUS fonepad?
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    Default Re: fonepad 7 getting hot quickly

    Also have the same problem high battery consumption while standby.
    Check on battery usage and it show that high usage on android system but there are no apps running. Sometime it show high usage on android system and message.
    Can anyone help me?

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