overheating moto-g

jcjuettner11

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When I stream this one particular radio app ( talk stream live) my phone gets really hot. Only that app. Have un and re installed, still blazing hot. Any clues?
 

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If you use 3G network other than 2G it's get too hot. I've this problem when I change to 2G Moto G cool down.

Are you kidding? Yet another [language removed by Moderator] bug. So I guess streaming Netflix on 3G is going to start a fire.

This phone sucks! How many bugs can there be. Honestly totally disappointed by Motorola.
 
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This post 179 peoples seen now. Why they don't respond to this post, maybe they're not moto g users or they don't know or they're just passing by. I just share my experience here that's all.
I think you guys teasing on me don't do that I just shared My experience here.
 
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This post 179 peoples seen now. Why they don't respond to this post, maybe they're not moto g users or they don't know or they're just passing by. I just share my experience here that's all.
I think you guys teasing on me don't do that I just shared My experience here.

Who is teasing you? The phone has great reviews and actually has many bugs/issues. One or two is OK but there are just too many and Motorola is not making any official statements.

I purchased the phone expecting things to just work. Instead I waste time searching the net for workarounds.
 
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No one is teasing me Ok.
Calm down brother I'm not here to argue with you or others. I just shared my opinion here that's over now Ok.
We're here to share our opinions.
 

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Please don't call me brother and don't tell me to calm down. Put up a few useful posts before saying things like this.
 
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Ok. This Topic - Overheating Moto G.

My Moto G heats over 55°C when I switching from GSM to 3G. I don't know why. So I contacted Moto Care they says it won't explode don't worry after 60°C Phone automatically goes to cool down mode this time phone didn't respond. This is what they said about heating problem.
I think this issues starts for me after upgrading OS to 4.4.4.
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I'm in the same boat as you after I updated to KitKat 4.4.4 when I first received my boost mobile variant!! I hope lollipop fixes this or I'll request a replacement.

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