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High temperature warning when plugged OTG

Laniakea

Phone is LG G2, firstly I never had this problem ever before since now. I use my otg cable to power my headphone amp that I have that works with usb power input and it's usb end is not 100% as good as the first day so when I touch it, it sometimes cuts the power flowing. Sometimes you know these disconnections and reconnections happen in a row because the way I hold the cable, so there's that. But like I said I've been using my phone like this for a long time without a problem. Now when I plug the otg it works fine for a while without getting hot what so ever (while checking temperature sensors from CPU-Z). But when the disconnect thing happens it says high temperature and boom, phone goes off. Any help, any lil knowledge will do, thanks :)

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After plugging the phone to the wall for 15 seconds (54%) I couldn't manage to pull that thing in the video when I tried. It doesn't happen for some reason, maybe to embarrass me... 

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pulling too much power?

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18 hours ago, Jurrunio said:

pulling too much power?

Nah, it wouldn't cause overheating. If the overheating is truly happening that is. I don't have an idea. 

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