Android is the device where we keep on performing lots of tasks and due to multi-tasking, sometimes Android gets overheated. Overclocking the CPU speed much can result in overheating your device and also this process can even damage your processor permanently. So it’s better to know about the things that make your Android overheat and to overcome this.
How To Fix an Android’s Overheating Issue
Have a look at all the reasons that can cause the overheating of your Android and you can take care of all these reasons and avoid the damage to your device. So have a look at all possible reasons.
#1 Use Original Charger
Have you ever read the manual that comes with your phone? Every phone manufacturing company always mentioned that don’t use duplicate chargers because it may damage your phone’s battery. The battery is the main reason why our phone overheats. Therefore make sure to use the original charger that comes with your phone.
#2 Charging Phone Properly
You must remember to use the original charger and make sure you don’t charge your device for too long in the daytime heat. Just charge to 70 or 80% during the day and full charge the device at night.
#3 Check Your Wifi
Well, WiFi itself doesn’t make your smartphone to overheat. However, it was the apps that get triggered on the background whenever your smartphone connects to a WiFi network. So, make sure to check all the background updates whenever your phone connects to a WiFi network.