Discussion in 'Video Games and Technology' started by Mechafire, Jul 1, 2008.
Specificaly after charging and using it for 20 min+ straight. Is this normal?
What kind of phone is it?
Generally speaking, yeah it's normal for batteries to get warm when they charge.
You cellphone has rabies, get it put down immediately.
Nah just messing with ya', it's perfectly normal for cellphones to overheat during the charging and/or usage process.
It's probably a bomb.
Better be safe and stop using it so close to your head.
It's a Razr2 V9W (I think that's what it's called).
Oh, shit, it's a flechette bomb then!
Yes thats normal.
Also, the loss of brain cells because of the phone microwaving your head while you use it is also normal.
I'd suggest wearing a tin foil hat to ward off the microwaves.
BTW, it seems to loose one bar of charge each day...is that normal?
Sorry if I sound like a major noob...I'm kinda new to the cellphone thing...
That's the bomb counting down. What ever you do, don't let it get down to the end!!
I've had a phone quit on me with similar symptoms. The people at (insert generic phone company here) told me it was because I never turned it off.
If it persists even after charging you might want to have it looked at.
I suggest giving it a nice cool bath to cool it off...
Mine seems to get pretty warm if I talk on it for a long period of time. Its a Razor, it was cheap.
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