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my battery temp always shows 30°C and it bugs me... anyone else have the say annoying issue?

or is it always simply 30?

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Where are you reading the battery temperature? On Widgetsoid my Tab's temperature varies between 16 and 30 degrees celsius.

John

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*#*#4636#*#*

and then battery info, and it never changes from 30°C, i can only wonder what i wrong

is there another temp sensor for the tab or is the only one for the battery?

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I've tried that sequence and it's showing the same temperature at Widgetsoid which is 25 degrees currently, Tab has been sitting idling for around half an hour. Mine is usually towards 30 degrees if it's getting much use and drops to 16 degrees over night in a cold room.

I've not seen any sign of another temperature sensor but I know very little of the Tab.

John

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Just started using Widgetsoid to display battery temperature but I can't seem to find anyway to get it display temp in Celsius, it just comes up in Fahrenheit. How do I change this (it's showing 82°F while charging)?

Thanks.

Brian

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Just started using Widgetsoid to display battery temperature but I can't seem to find anyway to get it display temp in Celsius, it just comes up in Fahrenheit. How do I change this (it's showing 82°F while charging)?

Thanks.

Brian

If you open the main application rather than the widget, you should see the celsius option on the first screen.

John

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