Yes I did. Of course, in ac , it didn't overheat. They checked it over. Told me just to keep an eye on it. So will do that. The hottest it has been so far is 124.8. Then brought it inside in the ac and it went down rather quickly.
Thanks for the response, glad it would be covered under the warranty
I am having the same issue with my phone overheating after I use it for ANY REASON for a few minutes. It seems to be getting worse. My last phone wasa Droid Ultra and I never had this problem. I've only had this phone for a few months and I'm not happy. I have a CPU cooler app that I have to use repeatedly. Should I try exchanging this phone for a different one??
this phone is ridiculous. It heats up in like 5 minutes of use. I am ditching it and going back to the maxx. only reason I switched out is because my maxx had taken a big fall and the screen cracked, and the leftmost button no longer worked...
How they could release a phone that overheats like this is fucking mind boggling.
They did tell me "overheating damage" is covered under the warranty. So, me, if it overheats and gets damaged will just keep turning them in. I never had a phone run so hot. If it's 30 degrees outside the phone temp runs around 80. If it's 80 out phone temp (not using) runs around 110. So figure, let it overheat. Next phone going back to Samsung. Seems since Lenovo bought Motorola everything went to h*ll. A shame, just like no updates.
Next phone going back to Samsung.
Ditto. Overheating may be :normal: with Motorola phones, but My Samsungs never got as hot as this phone...no matter what I was doing.
Yes my phone still overheats. I have had it for about a month now, I have deleted all unnecessary apps. I was going to exchange it for a Droid Maxx, but I noticed that I only had 14 days for an exchange. So disappointed in this phone