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4 Methods You Can Use to Keep Your Phone Cool

Your phone overheating is a real problem; an overheated phone can result in battery and system issues. Here’s how to cool down your phone.

If your phone is regularly overheating, you have a problem on your hands. A hot phone can damage your battery and hurt your system-on-a-chip, the delicate operating system that keeps your phone functional. If you struggle with keeping your phone cool, regularly operate the CPU Cooler feature. CPU Cooler works by pinpointing the apps running in the background of your phone that are causing your phone’s temperature to decrease. Click here to cool down your device with a single click:

CPU Cooler is the best way to cool down your phone quickly, but if you really struggle with keeping your phone cool, you’ll likely want to try multiple cool-down methods. Here are 4.

Read more: How to Cool Your Device with DFNDR’s CPU Cooler

Put Your Phone Into a Cool Place

Your phone overheats more quickly if you store it on a sunny windowsill or in the glovebox of your car on a hot day. Getting your phone out of these hot environments can cool it down immediately — try putting it into a dark room or even cool it down with a fan. Never put it into the freezer or refrigerator, though. Cold temperatures can damage your phone, too.

Update Your Apps or Get Rid of the Ones You No Longer Use

Even if you don’t use them, apps often run and update in the background of your phone, making your phone work harder than necessary. Get rid of these unwanted apps rather than letting them linger on your phone. Also, be sure to update your older apps. Developers often release updates that prevent overheating.

Limit Your Time Playing Games or Taking Pictures

Playing games requires a lot of work on your phone’s part, so it can really heat up your device. Same with taking pictures, especially high-resolution photographs. If you enjoy these activities, try setting a timer to limit how long you’re sucked into game playing or photography — these are some of the biggest reasons devices overheat.

Separate Your Running Devices

While it might be convenient to keep your phone and your tablet stacked together on your desk or in your purse, don’t do it. Multiple devices running near one another can heat all of them up.

These are a few simple steps to stop your phone from heating up — and damaging your battery and operating system. Remember, keeping your phone cool can extend its life.