• June 25, 2022

How to stop your smartphone from heating

The internal temperature of a smartphone is mostly proportional to the temperature of the smartphone’s environment.

Some applications and the camera may fail when the smartphone reaches extreme temperatures

First, you need to understand that all smartphones are heated at certain times. This has to do both with the ambient temperature and with the internal processes of your phone.

Obviously, if there is a heat wave with 40 degrees on the street, your smartphone will arrive before heat levels that prevent you to perform certain tasks. If your device overheats often, you need to find the cause and remedy for this problem.

The first thing to recognize is the part of the phone that is radiating heat. This will determine where the problem is and help find the solution.

Battery Problems

If the area of your smartphone warming is most often the back, it is possible that it is a battery problem. To check if this is the case of your terminal, you can use the USSD code * # * # 4636 # * # * for information on using your phone. Some smartphones, such as the Huawei brand, do not accept this code.

Once inside this menu, go to the section ‘Battery Information’. Here you will find, among other things, the temperature of your terminal. The normal temperature of a phone at rest should be around 30 ° C, but if you have been using more powerful applications, such as video games, it is normal to rise to almost 40 ° C.

The ‘Battery Status’ section will also help to know if there is a problem. If shows anything other than ‘Good’ (e.g. ‘status unknown’), restart your phone and turn it back check. If you continue to receive the same message, the battery may have been defective and needed to replace it.

Problems with charger

If overheating is especially true when loading the phone and is particularly noticeable in the part where the charging plug is, it is more than likely that the problem is the charger you are using. This can happen when you are using a charger that is not approved by the manufacturer. Try to use another and see if the problem persists. If not, get rid of the old charger.

Performance Issues

If none of the solutions explained above seems to work, or if overheating occurs in other areas (the screen, the handset, the top …), it is possible that the phone is overheating for other reasons.

Video game

Today, some of the games available on Play Store have an unimaginable quality for the terminal size of our smartphone. Unfortunately, this also means that in order to make them work, your phone needs certain characteristics (mainly a powerful processor).

In essence, if the specifications of your smartphone are limited, not only the gaming experience will be much worse, but our device will likely be charged.

Still, even the most powerful terminals may become warm after hours of play. No matter how good the specifications of the terminals, they also have their limitations, so it is necessary to be aware of how to use the application correctly.

Background Applications

Moderated by the number of widgets that are active and applications running in the background on the terminal. Animated wallpapers, several widgets of time, time and date, media players … When all of these work at the same time, your CPU is forced to overwork and, as a result, the temperature of our phone will rise.

Applications to control the temperature of your smartphone

There are different applications on Play Store designed to monitor and optimize the temperature of your phone. These are some of the most popular:

Coolify

Coolify is an application for root users that applies a series of process changes, allowing phones to keep an optimum temperature to ensure proper operation. The use of this application is very simple, since it has only one function: to keep the terminal at low temperatures.

TempMonitor

This application shows you which phone processes that are causing the warming are. Similar to menu ‘Battery use’ in Android settings, but with temperature.

CPU Gauge

Another service to monitor real-time CPU and battery usage in Android. CPU Gauge also notifies you when the battery reaches high levels.

Edited Source: Entech

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