Have a look at all the reasons that can cause the overheating of your Android and you can take care of all these reasons and avoid the damage of your device. So have a look on all possible reasons.
#1 Use Original Charger
Have you ever read the manual that comes with your phone? Every phone manufacturing company always mentioned that don’t use duplicate chargers because it may damage your phone’s battery. The battery is the main reason why our phone overheats. Therefore make sure to use the original charger that comes with your phone.
#2 Charging Phone Properly
You must remember to use the original charger and make sure you don’t charge your device for too long in the daytime heat. Just charge to 70 or 80% during the day and full charge the device at night.
#4 Heavy streaming
Watching videos and movies is another one fact that might be causing your phone to overheat. We usually, spend our time watching movies in our Android device while traveling. This requires more work from your phone processor which consumes not only the power but also overheats too. Especially in the case when we want a clearer picture like a High definition, we combine the load of playing video with the load of data connection over a long period of time that cause our smartphones to overheat.
#5 Heavy gaming
Your Android play store provides you the variety of entertaining games and applications are created and discovered every day. Some of the games and applications consume more processing power than others depending on the complexity of the app and when you combine these two, then they start heating up. Games nowadays not only require high RAM and better processor it also needs the data connection. That’s the another major reason why our phone overheats while playing games. Therefore, if you want to play heavy games on your Android make sure you have cleared the background tasks.
#6 Damaged Battery
The main fact if your phone getting hot then it is possible that your battery is old or malfunctioning. You must replace it as early as possible. If you had it for less than a year, then you must do free replacement battery by having the warranty claim. You can carry out the battery from your phone to check whether it’s expanded or swollen or twisted. If it doesn’t fit in the space given on your phone, then it is defective and needs to be replaced.
#7 Proper Ventilation Of Device
Let’s have a daily life example when you are walking in the cold region and the cold wind is blowing and you didn’t have gloves to wear, then you usually put your hands in the pocket to get warm. Similarly, every smartphone need some ventilation. If your phone seems overheating when it is in your pocket, then carry out from your pocket and let it have some ventilation. Keep it in your nice cozy pockets so that it can breathe a little bit and gets cool.
#8 Water Damage
Usually, all of us listen to the songs while taking shower. Overheating and power issues problem occurs mostly with water experience. Locate the LDI (Liquid Damage Indicator) sticker on your phone to make sure that your phone is not experiencing any problem related to moisture or liquid damage.
#9 Give Your Droid A Break
Consider the case of human body, our body needs rest after lots of work carried out in a day. Same in the case of your smartphone. Have you kept your phone to rest for few seconds? Does your phone remains on continuously and you plugged your charger all night? It too needs the little time to take rest. Therefore, restarting the device not only makes your Android device to work more efficient. It will also extend your battery life.
#10 Outdated software
Outdated software is not considered as the main factor for overheating your phone. But updated software helps your phone works smoother and faster which reduces strain on your phone and will help in maintaining its temperature.
#11 Do Not Cover Your Android Phone
Stop using covers with your smartphone’s especially in summer because it can be a reason to overheating your phone.
#12 Clean Junk files
You must need to clean all the junk files, cookies and caches, these junk files may harm your CPU and Ram which leads to overheating. Must Read: How To Clean Up Android Device To Make It Faster.
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