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Phone overheating

Is Your Phone Constantly Overheating? Read This

When your phone feels hot to the touch, there’s a reason and consequences for using it constantly, all day.

If your Android phone is constantly overheating and feels warm this could be problematic and might be a sign your phone could freeze or shut down while using it. Plus, the components of your device could become damaged if it’s constantly overheating. There are a  number of ways you can cool down your device. One way is to use dfndr performance’s CPU Cooler feature:


A large usage problem is when you have multiple apps running in the background, contributing to overheating. The CPU Cooler feature allows you to close apps with one tap. Super, duper easy. Now here are some other ways you can cool down your phone when it overheats.

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Slow Down That Gaming and Chatting
A common way devices overheat is when they are being overused, especially when graphic-intensive games and apps are constantly running on the device. These apps can eat at your phone’s RAM, CPU, and GPU, causing the battery to work harder than usual.

A good rule of thumb when playing games and using apps that hog your phone’s processing power is to take a 20- to 30-minute break every one to two hours after opening these apps.

Keep Those Apps Under Control
Another good solution to your problem is to make sure your apps are up to date. There’s a reason why apps need to be updated constantly–developers often find bugs in older versions of apps that could suck your device’s processing power and slow down its ability to operate. Make sure you update apps when prompted.

Also, consider uninstalling older apps or games that no longer suit you as these can slow down your RAM memory and make your phone hot, hot, hot!

Check the Pulse of Your Battery
One of the most common reasons devices overheat is due to faulty batteries. A way to check for this problem is to look at whether or not the back of your device is heating up more than the front. Also, most Android devices come with a feature that lets you check your battery health.

Go to your dial app where you make phone calls and type in *#*#4636#*#*. You will see a “Battery information” option that displays the health of your battery and its temperature. Its health should be “Good,” while your temperature should be between 25 to 40 degrees Celsius; anything above 40 is too high.

Charging It Full Seems Smart, Right?
Another sign of a faulty battery is if your device overheats when you charge it. Follow the instructions above if this is happening to you, but also make sure you’re not placing your phone at a spot where it’s not receiving any air. Android devices come with fans too, not just laptops and these only work when the fan isn’t blocked by a cushion or something else.

You should also make sure that you’re not charging your device while using apps with powerful graphics because that’s another way to cause overheating.

Remember: all these factors go to aging a device you rely on a lot and may not have the cash to replace batteries or buy a new phone, so the lesson here? Treat it nicely once in a while.