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Is Your Samsung Galaxy S10 Overheating? Here’s How to Fix This Issue

It is common for smartphones to heat up especially if they have a fast processor and high-functioning graphics card. Your phone might heat up while you’re watching a long movie or playing heavy games and cool down later so there’s no need to be alarmed. 

But if your phone overheats during normal use, then there might be an underlying problem that’s causing this to happen. Try out the following tips to keep your phone cool and avoid overheating issues.

Remove the Case

If your phone’s case is heavy and thick it can easily trap heat and make your phone unusually warm. If your phone gets hot especially when it is on charge, then try removing the case for a while and see if the issue is solved.

Try Resetting Your Phone

You might have been asked to reset your phone whenever there’s a problem with it. Turning off your phone and then restarting it can get rid of any apps that might be causing problems or remove any data that might be corrupt. Just turn your phone off and restart it or run a factory reset from your phone’s settings.

Use Safe Mode

Some apps can make your phone’s processor run fast which can make your phone get hot quickly than normal. To see if there’s an app that might be causing heating problems, run your phone in safe mode. If you don’t experience any heating issues during safe mode, then an app might be causing the issue.

To boot your phone into safe mode, press the power button until the “Power Off” option pops up, then tap and hold the “Power Off” until you see the “Safe Mode” option. Tap the “Safe Mode” option and your phone will restart into safe mode. Now check to see if your phone heats up. After you are done assessing, restart the phone and let it run in normal mode.

Clear the Cache Partition

If your phone still heats up, then it might be due to corrupted data in your phone’s cache partition. To clear the cache partition, do the following steps:

     1. Hold down the Power button and then tap the “Power Off” option twice.
2. Press the Volume Up button, Bixby keys, and Power button together until an Android logo comes on the screen.
3. When you see a menu, use the Volume Down button to move to the “Wipe cache partition" and then select it with the Power button.
4. Choose Yes with the Volume Button and Select it with the Power Button.
5. After the cache is erased, hold the power button to choose “Reboot System Now”.

      Contact Samsung Technical Support

If your phone overheats even after trying the above steps, it might be time to contact Samsung’s technical support for assistance.

Is Your Samsung Galaxy S10 Overheating? Here’s How to Fix This Issue


Is Your Samsung Galaxy S10 Overheating? Here’s How to Fix This Issue

It is common for smartphones to heat up especially if they have a fast processor and high-functioning graphics card. Your phone might heat up while you’re watching a long movie or playing heavy games and cool down later so there’s no need to be alarmed. 

But if your phone overheats during normal use, then there might be an underlying problem that’s causing this to happen. Try out the following tips to keep your phone cool and avoid overheating issues.

Remove the Case

If your phone’s case is heavy and thick it can easily trap heat and make your phone unusually warm. If your phone gets hot especially when it is on charge, then try removing the case for a while and see if the issue is solved.

Try Resetting Your Phone

You might have been asked to reset your phone whenever there’s a problem with it. Turning off your phone and then restarting it can get rid of any apps that might be causing problems or remove any data that might be corrupt. Just turn your phone off and restart it or run a factory reset from your phone’s settings.

Use Safe Mode

Some apps can make your phone’s processor run fast which can make your phone get hot quickly than normal. To see if there’s an app that might be causing heating problems, run your phone in safe mode. If you don’t experience any heating issues during safe mode, then an app might be causing the issue.

To boot your phone into safe mode, press the power button until the “Power Off” option pops up, then tap and hold the “Power Off” until you see the “Safe Mode” option. Tap the “Safe Mode” option and your phone will restart into safe mode. Now check to see if your phone heats up. After you are done assessing, restart the phone and let it run in normal mode.

Clear the Cache Partition

If your phone still heats up, then it might be due to corrupted data in your phone’s cache partition. To clear the cache partition, do the following steps:

     1. Hold down the Power button and then tap the “Power Off” option twice.
2. Press the Volume Up button, Bixby keys, and Power button together until an Android logo comes on the screen.
3. When you see a menu, use the Volume Down button to move to the “Wipe cache partition" and then select it with the Power button.
4. Choose Yes with the Volume Button and Select it with the Power Button.
5. After the cache is erased, hold the power button to choose “Reboot System Now”.

      Contact Samsung Technical Support

If your phone overheats even after trying the above steps, it might be time to contact Samsung’s technical support for assistance.

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