100°f Battery?

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Ever since I've received my moto g, and after it updated to KitKat 4.4.4 its always had a battery temperature of 90° or over when in use and I can't figure out why can anyone help me and will this degrade my battery life over time and make me replace it within the next year? I keep it in a Minisuit case. Any help is appreciated!

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Ever since I've received my moto g, and after it updated to KitKat 4.4.4 its always had a battery temperature of 90° or over when in use and I can't figure out why can anyone help me and will this degrade my battery life over time and make me replace it within the next year? I keep it in a Minisuit case. Any help is appreciated!

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Sort your app suckers by things such as CPU & sensor usage, app wakelocks, wake time, and kernel wakelocks.

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I already have the app I just don't know how to use it.

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Here's everything I've gathered from the app. Hope it helps. And is that normal wakelock behavior?

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Unless its absolutely necessary to be using your phone alot..id say give a break for a little while..and then see how hot the battery gets. My guese?...no where near 95°-100°f
 

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What does that mean?
The screen is the single biggest consumer of battery in the device. This is true of both handsets and tablets, regardless of make, model or operating system. Whatever you're doing: Your's is on nearly constantly. So it's no wonder your battery gets warm and your runtime is poor.

My "G" has been on-battery for over five hours. Screen time has been eight minutes. Power usage has been 13% of that used. I have 93% remaining. ETA: Battery temp is 29°C.

Admittedly: My use is probably way lighter than average, but still...
 
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