1. robjan's Avatar
    My BlackBerry Passport suddenly started heats up over night
    I've un installed the android apps plus the play store!
    But still I feel the heat
    What should do I do???

    Posted via CB10
    12-10-17 01:21 AM
  2. falbo's Avatar
    Are you charging it over night? If so you could use a timer plug that you can set the on/off times so that it's not constantly applying a charge to the battery when it's 100% . This is how I charge my phone. Also turn the wifi Bluetooth etc off or just turn the phone off ;-)

    Posted via CB10
    12-10-17 01:32 AM
  3. bbsim's Avatar
    Hard reboot your phone.

    Posted via CB10
    12-10-17 01:45 AM
  4. gpetrecca's Avatar
    I had same problem. My battery would last 2-3 hours, phone was extremely hot. I initially erased All of my Apps, but still hot.
    I noticed PiM service and System was running constantly high. You see this in Device Monitor.
    The Hard reboot does squat.

    Finally I erased my 4 gmail accounts. Rebooted and installed them back one a day.
    Today, it's 11:48 pm and my battery is 78% and not hot at all. My PiM Services and System dropped from 20-30% to under1%.

    Posted via CB10
    12-10-17 11:13 PM
  5. Kelvin Lau2's Avatar
    My BlackBerry Passport suddenly started heats up over night
    I've un installed the android apps plus the play store!
    But still I feel the heat
    What should do I do???

    Posted via CB10
    I have the same problems on my passport se too. After install android market and applications, phones becomes heating all the time.
    12-11-17 02:16 PM
  6. falbo's Avatar
    My BlackBerry Passport suddenly started heats up over night
    I've un installed the android apps plus the play store!
    But still I feel the heat
    What should do I do???

    Posted via CB10
    Is it still the same?
    12-12-17 10:48 AM
  7. Invictus0's Avatar
    I have the same problems on my passport se too. After install android market and applications, phones becomes heating all the time.
    Androids apps on BB10 are essentially emulated so they use more system resources than native apps which can lead to heating problems (depending on the app). Have you looked at device monitor when your device is getting hot to see what could be using a lot of the CPU?
    12-12-17 12:09 PM

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