1. Air Planet's Avatar
    Several times using this at bed time but during using when i sleeped its my under body whole night is it safe or its cause any issue in future?
    05-21-2017 01:25 AM
  2. dm3ready's Avatar
    You should never have your phone in bed with you, unless you are using it. Any cell/smart phone that gets covered up runs a high risk of overheating and catching fire!!
    05-22-2017 04:52 AM
  3. Bichon-Fan's Avatar
    You should never have your phone in bed with you, unless you are using it. Any cell/smart phone that gets covered up runs a high risk of overheating and catching fire!!
    Tell that to the makers of the "Sleep as android" and other sleep cycle tracking apps; they recommend putting the phone on your mattress so the accelerometers on the phone can pick up movement and track your sleep cycles.
    Murph5150 likes this.
    05-22-2017 11:00 AM
  4. Murph5150's Avatar
    Tell that to the makers of the "Sleep as android" and other sleep cycle tracking apps; they recommend putting the phone on your mattress so the accelerometers on the phone can pick up movement and track your sleep cycles.
    Yes sir. I use a sleep app because of my insomnia. It's a paid app and monitors sleeping behavior through the sensors (like you said).

    Blankets aren't enough to trap phone heat to even remotely near a dangerous temperature. Most of us put our phones in our pockets, insulated by the pants and thigh, and no one has been set on fire yet.
    05-22-2017 12:20 PM

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