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    Default To hot to handle....

    So I've had my RMHD for little over a year now and lately I noticed it's getting very warm. Just this morning I really noticed the heat, I used it for a 10min phone call around 9 then 2 hours later another 10min call. Some how in those 2 hours it got up to 100.4 F (I converted the C). I have the battery monitor app. Is this normal? I really haven't noticed it before and it also will get like that after a few quick email checks.
    Any ideas? I love my phone other than that.
    Also has anyone went to take a screen shot and it tell you it can't capture it? What is that about? That throws me off too.



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    i have a train trip tomorrow and watch nexflix for at lease an hour. I will check mine after that and post it here tomorrow. Hope that helps.
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    My phone gets hot every time I go to church. I mean uncomfortably hot in my pocket. I figure it is trying to connect to the church's WiFi system and failing, but I'm not sure. I turn my phone off.

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