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Thanks! I'll give that a try and report back.

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I have a question for you all.

I have had my droid for 3 days now. Whenever I make a phone call, the phone will get really hot. Not the battery, but the top by the camera.

Also after just a half hour call, the phone went from a 90% charge to 20%. This is unacceptable.

Is anyone elses phone getting better talk time than this? Is it supposed to get really hot in a call?

Thanks for the help!
Sounds a tad bit excessive. It will get warm and it will wear down on your battery. I don't think 70% drop on a one hour call is what I am getting but I honestly don't talk on the phone that long. Do you have many apps running or WIFI/Bluetooth on the entire time? That could eat away at your battery pretty quick.

In regards to the OTA....YAY!!! Not because I want to use it but because whatever tweaks are in there can easily be implemented into the Custom ROMs, more specifically Cyanogen
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Sounds a tad bit excessive. It will get warm and it will wear down on your battery. I don't think 70% drop on a one hour call is what I am getting but I honestly don't talk on the phone that long. Do you have many apps running or WIFI/Bluetooth on the entire time? That could eat away at your battery pretty quick.

In regards to the OTA....YAY!!! Not because I want to use it but because whatever tweaks are in there can easily be implemented into the Custom ROMs, more specifically Cyanogen
Yep. New baseband is already in ROM manager too. Just have to activate again *22899.
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Yep. New baseband is already in ROM manager too. Just have to activate again *22899.
Heard about the baseband thing....but what is it? I also read that it WASN'T in the new OTA update.


EDIT: I mean, I know what it means
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In telecommunications and signal processing, baseband is an adjective that describes signals and systems whose range of frequencies is measured from zero to a maximum bandwidth or highest signal frequency; it is sometimes used as a noun for a band of frequencies starting at zero.
But what will the update of the baseband mean to us? Better speeds?
Edited by Shadowclock - 3/31/10 at 9:08am
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anyone had any issues with cyanogen and overclocking? I was at 1.1 with my smoked glass and figured I would give cyanogen a try and while browsing last night i hit 63C!!! With smoked glass I could not even touch 55 let alone 63!! But the good news is im getting a new droid through warranty. I have been having charging issues from the beginning and I'm still in my 1 month period. Just have to get back to stock
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anyone had any issues with cyanogen and overclocking? I was at 1.1 with my smoked glass and figured I would give cyanogen a try and while browsing last night i hit 63C!!! With smoked glass I could not even touch 55 let alone 63!! But the good news is im getting a new droid through warranty. I have been having charging issues from the beginning and I'm still in my 1 month period. Just have to get back to stock
Never been anywhere close to that...heck I don't think I have ever gone past 42c.

EDIT: Finished updating my baseband. Not too sure if its an improvement for me or not. Seems slightly but cell towers are always so back and forth its hard to tell. Either way an update is an update and I am happy for it.
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Never been anywhere close to that...heck I don't think I have ever gone past 42c.

EDIT: Finished updating my baseband. Not too sure if its an improvement for me or not. Seems slightly but cell towers are always so back and forth its hard to tell. Either way an update is an update and I am happy for it.
What is your overclock at?
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what is your overclock at?
1000 at all times except when temperature reaches above 50c but again, never gotten that high.

Running 5.0.5.3 Cyanogen with Hexfusion theme and Nexus Live Wallpaper. GPS and data on at all times.
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Better question.. what are you using to monitor your temps?
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Updated mine manually to 2.1 this monring. The battery life is better, live wallpapers are really cool and the gallery is MUCH easier to use and much faster.
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