The Samsung Galaxy Heating issue is one of the most common problems faced by customers, especially Gamers! We are quite specific when it comes to electronic devices. We look for devices that are new in technology, easy and quick to use in considerable size that preferable fits us. But this was not the same case 15 years from now when Nokia phone was a thing.
Several factors have investigated that Samsung galaxy heats up quickly. Samsung Galaxy usually becomes hot (gradually of course) when you load your phone with heavy applications. Additionally, it is also normal for a device to become hot if you use your phone for long hours. Similar issues can happen when you put your phone on charging.
Nevertheless, if overheating gets beyond control then you cannot hold your phone due to excessive heat.
Here are the real reasons for Samsung Galaxy Heating Problem:
1. When you downloading heavy/large files
2. While setting up your new setup after purchase or restoring the data.
3. Excessive multi-tasking and Overloading the processor i.e.
- Playing heavy game for hours.
- Capturing long videos via your Camera.
- Using the same application for long hours (Causing Longer Screen Hours).
- Using multiple applications in the background.
4. Exposing your phone to direct sunlight.
5. Updating lot of Apps together.
6. Charging the phone for long hours.
Now let’s talk about solutions! Let’s talk about how we can solve this issue
How to fix Samsung Galaxy heating issues?
1. Follow the recommended device charging rules.
Commonly, people tend to leave their devices on charging for a longer duration. Sometimes even if the phone is fully charged, we leave it on charging thinking it won't cause a problem.
- It is safe to charge your device when the battery levels are not too low nor too high (somewhere between 20% to 80%). This increases your phones battery life and will also eliminate the Samsung Galaxy heating issue.
- Avoid using your device when on a charging. If you continue using your phone for a long time, it will over-heat your phone which also affects your phones average battery life.
2. Frequent Software Updates
Frequent software updates on your phone are another reason which leads up to Samsung Galaxy heating issue. It can also change your device settings without your knowledge. It is recommended that once you update your phone you need to reset your phone settings and re-configure your phone.
- You have to tap on reset settings again and confirm the action.
- Check for general management
3. Soft resetting your device frequently
It is recommended that you should soft reset your Samsung Galaxy at least once in 15 days and shut down for at least 30 minutes in a day which will rest your device from overloading.
- When you soft reset your phone, it allows your phone to clear the cache memory from your device and helps your phone to cool down.
- With this step you are not at the risk of losing your data and it remains safe and secure which also clear your device RAM.
- Perform this action frequently and the overheating problem should not occur.
4. Power Safe Mode
This is important that you keep your phone on power saving mode when your device is not in use, this will not allow your phone to use any third-party apps, thus saves your battery and your phone from overloading.
5. Delete unnecessary applications
Delete the unused application installed in your device which may result in the corresponding of the speed of your device and will reduce the heating issue.
6. Hard-Reset or Factory Reset
If none of the above options for you then, try this. This is the most efficient way to eliminate the risk of overheating. Hard resetting your phone means it will delete/erase everything from your phone and remove the bugs and faulty software from your device.
Note: Before performing this action make sure you take a backup of all your files, photos, videos.