OVERHEATING SMARTPHONES

7 TIPS ON COOLING DOWN YOUR PHONE

Published By Oishi Sarkar | 18 Jun, 2024
Our smartphones are awesome companions, but summer heat can turn them into hot potatoes. Let's explore the ways in which we can keep them cool.
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Here are 7 tips to keep your phone from overheating.
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Avoid Sun

Keep your devices out of direct sunlight and avoid using phone in hot environments.
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No Phones in Car

It's never a good  idea to leave electronics in parked cars, especially on warm days as vehicles can quickly destroy your device by turning into ovens.
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Extra Baggage 

Turn off any features you aren't using, such as location services, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi as they can also produce heat.
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Take a Break

Video calls and other high-processing tasks can produce a lot of heat. When your phone starts to feel warm, take breaks or switch to lower intensity apps.
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Cooling down 

If your phone case is insulated or thick, take it off. Better heat dissipation will be possible, especially when the gadget is warm.
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Shut Down

When using your device, make sure it has cooled completely after shutting down if it becomes too hot.
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No Airflow

Airflow can be effected by the dust near vents. To gently remove dust from the ports on your device, use compressed air.
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