It's Google Play Store which is creating heat. When u download/update app from play store.
Just check the armoury crate, it misbehaves temperature goes high.
Temporary solution is that just clear the cache of play store, armoury crate, and Google Play services and then restart your phone.
Here is my screenshot attached after doing it.
Note: Everytime i have to do
while i download/update app from play store.
Not need to clear cache, only restart.... Until new update or installation to repeat the cicle.
Don't need to clear cache, only restart phone, until new installation or upgrade of an app, to repeat the cycle.
Now users will think twice before asking for an update. Well played, Asus.
Too excited and clicked without thinking..... ﾍ(￣▽￣*)ﾉthought this 2009 update could help to improve especially battery drain and the airtrigger issues on the 2007 == Miss those days with 13-16 hours SOT when I was on A9 :-| Now I could only get 7-8 hours SOT with moderate usage on 90hz and lesser if I game in between
No..its working for me even after clearing cache memory. My phone is heating. Was planning to upgrade to rog 3 but not interested now as i dont want to waste money on the same problems.. dropping refresh rate, heating issues
you may need to read through this thread. @FiREPLAY suggested ADB method, or my suggested killing FOTAService also can be a workaround until next FOTA in coming week
download the 2007 A10 firmware file, then rename the 17.xxx to 18.xx. Place it to root folder the reboot the device.. it will detect the firmware cz it reads the file to be newer than the existing firmware.
do this with you own accord, i'm not responsible for anything that will happen with you device. this is what i do (ps. your data will be wipe)
I tried this. Don't works.
it wont work tried it.
Nothing to do with the issue, but I see it again :)
@shreyashshah16 here is what I see and it is definately over 100% right? At first, I thought I maybe tired that time I posted, but no, it does happen. 🤣
That's CPU over-clocking in the works.
What a ........ phone and the co. Made a mistake.
Massive battery drainage and heating issues after the latest update!
Is this how you treat your so called premium phone customers?
There will be an update next week to this issue. So, it's not like we are not being listened to.
Furthermore, these people coming together helping each other is great 🤗
HOPEFULLY DEVICE WONT GET HARDWARE PROBLEMS FOR A WEEK DUE TO CONSTANT HIGH CPU USAGE AS IF ASUS WILL COVER IT TO WARRANTY.. LOL
IMO THEY SHOULD HAVE HAD A REROLL FOR THIS AS IT CAN AFFECT HARDWARE DUE TO CONSTANT HIGH CPU LOAD. NOT ALL ROG 2 USERS CHECK THIS FORUM and NOT ALL HAS KNOWLEDGE TO REROLL TO ANDROID 9.
My sincere thanks for your reply. I would just like to request one thing from you if it's possible. Please let the ASUS Dev/Test team know that while the promised Bi-Monthly Updates are expected by users, it should never come at the cost of Half-Hearted Development/Testing.
I am a Dev myself in my company and I understand the Dev/Test effort required. We have never released an update without thorough Testing which ASUS team seems to be taking very lightly. I do not know if you'll read the full thing but this is an earnest request. Seeing such Updates which just ruin Customer Experience while using such a Beast of a phone is an unbearable pain.
Is it possible to roll back this update today? Think of all the people who are experiencing this that are not here on the forums. I'm sure there are a lot of concerned people out there. Don't want to upset customers. A week is too long. This needs a "today" fix.
My phone has been so hot the last few days this is nuts. The battery only lasts 8-10 hours. I'm afraid it will become damaged. Please give us an opportunity to roll back to previous update.
I am not a moderator so all I and everyone here is to try and help.
Unfortunately, you won't be able to rollback to the last firmware. But you can downgrade to A9 and work your way up to the last working A10 firmware. Problem there is, you might get data loss.
There are alot of suggestions made here and unfortunately, not all of them work will work. @FiREPLAY and @shreyashshah16 have come up with the idea of disabling HardwareStub until a patch is released. I would recommend trying that before trying to downgrade.
The steps are as follows:
When you receive the patch next week,
The downside to this is you can't change refresh rates.
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