5 Ways To Deal With Overheating Problem Of Your Smartphone

Smartphone plays a very important role in our lives. From early morning to late night we keep your smartphone on and keep using it for one or another purpose. Whether it is about to play games, watching videos, capture images, surfing Internet, stay connected with friends, smartphone allows everything to do.

But you must understand everything comes with some limitations and in case of smartphone the only limitation is its battery and space. Battery drain is a major issue and thus requires you to charge smartphone more often.

As the summer comes and phone’s internal temperature changes accordng to temperature of the environment. We all have experienced the problem of heating of electrical devices. Overheating of smartphone is also a major problems faced by smartphone owners. If your smartphone gets too hot then it is serious issue as it may melt the central processing unit of your device and may cause your device to shut down. Even a lower heating can also degrade your smartphone’s performance.

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Overheating is dangerous as excessive overheating will not only reduce your device’s battery life but also causes the battery to explode which may cause harm to you as well as surrounding. If you are getting these issues then it is time to think seriously over this so that it must not hurt you physically or mentally. I am sharing some ways to stop or control excessive heating issues of smartphones. Have a look.

5 Ways to deal with overheating problem of your smartphone

1. Disable unwanted functions

If your smartphone is overheating, one of its reasons could be Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, if your Bluetooth or Wi-Fi is being overused. Apps that keeps on running in background on resources like Wi-Fi or CPU tends to heat up fast. Check out that you are not using location tracking all the time unless you actually need the same. When your phone continues to use the GPS signal, it causes heating.

So, you can turn off Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and location tracking when you are not using maps. This will reduce load to CPU and keep your smartphone work as it is not overheating.

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2. Check your battery and charging cable

Another thing that you need to consider is the way you charge your phone. It is always recommended to charge the phone when battery is about to finish and until its battery is about to complete. That is regularly charge your battery up to 80-90% and never charge it to 100%. Do not overcharge.

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You must also notice the quality of charger that you use and the charging cable. It is always recommended to use the branded charger which is compatible with your phone’s brand. Your phone must not get hot while charge and if it does there it is because of damaged battery or poor quality charger.

3. Take care of your battery and device

Instead of using cheap batteries use branded battery. Branded batteries minimize the uncertainty regarding charging and avoid overheating issues. Batteries need to be replaced after a year or after cycle of 300 to 500 charging cycles. Old batteries tend to cause overheating and may cause device malfunction and serious overheating. So, take care of your battery and keep your devices clean regularly and keep them away from dust.

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4. Don’t use your smartphone while charging

Most of the people keep using smartphone all the time even while charging. It is true that in today’s time it becomes little difficult to stay away smartphone. But this is cardinal rule that you must follow, don’t use phone for calling while charging, playing games, data to watch online videos as these actions causes processor work under huge amount of stress and your smartphone will eventually heat up.

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5. Long duration of Graphics Intensive Gaming Session

Playing games is one of the best features provided by smartphone and most of the users love playing games once in a while. But playing graphics intensive games for longer duration pushes smartphone’s processor and GPU to a certain limit and as a result a lot of heat is generated. So, try to avoid and take a minimum of 20 minutes break while playing graphics intensive games.