A phone like the Samsung Galaxy S10 might grow warm to the touch from time to time. So, do you want to know how to troubleshoot Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus?
A powerful CPU and graphics chip is accompanied by a large amount of memory and storage space, but it cannot actively cool itself via a fan.
How To Troubleshoot Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus?
There is no need to worry if your phone becomes hot when playing a graphics-intensive game or watching a movie for a lengthy period and then goes back to average temperature.
Any time it becomes too hot while being used, there may be a problem. Tips for keeping your phone cool and free of overheating issues are provided below.
1. Remove the phone from its case
In certain circumstances, thick and bulky phone cases are more likely to cause your phone to heat up excessively. To test whether removing your phone from its cover helps the issue of it becoming hot when charging, try it out first.
2. Reset the phone
Restarting your phone is almost always recommended when trying to fix an issue with it. A faulty app or damaged data may be cleared by turning your phone off again. Turning off your phone and then restarting it, or doing a soft reset, is the quickest and easiest way to fix a problem.
3. Clear the phone’s cache partition
It’s conceivable that data in your phone’s cache partition is damaged if your phone still becomes hot to the touch even when it’s not in use.
Step 1: You may do this by hitting and holding down the Power button on your phone’s side, then clicking “Power off,” then touching “Power off” again.
Step 2: Hold down Volum-U-Bixby-Power for a few seconds before releasing. When you see the Android logo, remove any of the three buttons you’ve been holding.
Step 3: Select “Wipe cache partition” by pressing the Volume Down button and pressing the Power button.
Step 4: Press the Volume Down button to choose “Yes,” then press the Power button to confirm.
Step 5: Press the Power button to choose “Reboot system immediately” after the cache wipe is complete.
4. Use Safe Mode to see if a buggy app is responsible
The CPU on your phone may be overworked if you’ve loaded a lousy app, which might cause it to overheat and drain the battery quicker than usual.
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Safe Mode, which stops third-party downloaded software from operating, is one approach to check whether this is the problem.
Try deleting recently downloaded applications until you locate the one causing difficulties if your phone does not overheat in Safe Mode but does typically.
Booting into Safe Mode is as simple as following these instructions:
1. Press and hold the Power button on the phone’s side until the Power Off button appears.
2. After a few seconds of pressing and holding “Power Off,” the Safe Mode button will show on the screen.
3. After your phone restarts, choose “Safe mode.”
4. Make sure it’s not overheating by turning the phone on in Safe mode. Whenever you reboot your phone, allow it to boot up regularly.
5. Contact support
If your phone continues to run substantially hotter than usual, you may wish to seek assistance from Samsung technical support.