Tried using Google Maps on a trip and within 1/2 hour received notice phone was overheating. Temp 108.4 NO other RUNNING APPS, vehicle was NOT hot. I am TRYING to find out MAXIMUM TEMP for droid turbo. Seems Motorola themselves don't know. So, WHO KNOWS THE MAXIMUM temp for this phone. Heck, if ya can't even use Google maps, only for 1/2 hour, phone isn't worth crap then. And Verizon Don't tell me to wipe cache, that was just done this week when I wasn't receiving phone calls. Motorola told me if I'm using data and Google maps it will get hot. WTH, how else are ya suppose to use it?
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Games it overheats as well. In other words, anything that might run for 20 plus minutes the turbo overheats. I need to be able to use Google maps on short trips (3-4 hours). Ideas please?
I only was able to use Google maps for 1/2 hour!!! before it warned me phone was overheating. Wish I could have used it on 3-4 hour trip, I wouldn't have a problem.
1. No it was not plugged in.
2. If I am outside in weather over 70 degrees it heats up in no time (in shade). using dictionary now and then.
3. 10 ,minutes on Verizon Qi charger, heats up to 105.00.
This is SO common it is not even a defect anymore..... I have the Droid Turbo and it gets a little warm while/after charging or while playing Real Racing 3 and using my GPS or any intensive game. Good luck ditching your phone and going to ANY other carrier, you'll have the same problem with a lot of smartphones out there. Just think about what using GPS or playing an intensive game does to your battery.....this is not anything new.