Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus/ Galaxy S10 Screen Getting Overheat Video Recording, Call, Gaming

Overheating On Galaxy S10 Plus/Galaxy S10/S10e can be caused due to several reasons that are while watching the videos on youtube while playing the games online or offline, or while watching TV shows, or after screen replacement, or due to multitasking, or also due to some misbehaving app. Now Smartphone company focusing on the control of heating while the processor is busy. recently oneplus 7 Pro has building colling technology. Might be Samsung will give more advance and help to fix your Galaxy Mobile is Overheating.

Here in this tutorial, we are going to give you a solution to fix the problem of overheating on Samsung Galaxy S10.

Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus Overheat on Call Gaming

Tips to Fix My Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10 Overheating on Record Video, Video Call, Calling, Gaming

Solution 1: Remove The Phone Case

Phone Case keeps the heat inside the phone. So whenever the phone starts overheating remove the case.

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Solution 2: Close All The Running App

Close all the apps after your completed with its usage. The apps working in the background will keep updating and running the contents, which will affect RAM. So kindly Press the Recent Apps options available on Lower Left-side and click on Close All in that. Thus this will reduce the problem of overheating.

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Solution 3: Turn Off Unused Features and Services

Similarly, like app keeps working in background Features and Services also keep scanning the content. So the features like Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, etc. So the Features should be closed after its usage to prevent them from overheating.

Solution 4: Soft Reset

Soft Reset will clear all programs and will free up the RAM. By performing the reset issue of overheating will be solved. Hold the Power Button till the phone shut down and again start the phone after it is cooling down.

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Solution 5: Boot In Safe Mode

Sometimes the overheating issue can be caused due to some misbehaving apps. So for this problem Restart your device in safe mood, and if after Restart the problem is solved, then delete the misbehaving app. For restarting your device in

Safe mood follows the steps given below:

Step 1: Press the Power button until the Power Off message is displayed on the screen.
Step 2: Click and press the Power Off icon until Safe Mode message is displayed on the screen.
Step 3: Click on Safe mode, and wait for for the process to finish.
Step 4: Safe Mode will be seen in the bottom-left corner of your device, as the process is completed.
Step 5: Now, watch the phone for a few minutes.

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Solution 6: Check Info History

The overheating issue can be caused due to the problems in the app like viruses, malware, app crashing, etc. You can find and check the App Issue History on your device by following the steps given below:

Step 1: Open the Settings.
Step 2: Click on Device Care in the settings.
Step 3: Click on the Three Dots on the Top-Right corner of your device.
Step 4: Select App Issue History from the Drop-down List.

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Solution 7: Update The Software

Some viruses can because of overheating issues. For solving these issues, you regularly need to update the software, because it comes with some new features, and it also fixes viruses. So update your device whenever an update is available. For updating your device, follow the steps given below:

Step 1: Go to Settings and open it.
Step 2: In settings, scroll down and find the Software Update option. Click on it and open it.
Step 3: As it opens, click on Download and Install.

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Solution 8: Factory Data Reset

If you have tried all the solutions and still the problem remains the same, then try to do Factory Data Reset. Don’t forget to take the Backup before starting the Process. Follow the steps given below to do the Factory Data Reset:

Step 1: Open the Settings.
Step 2: In settings, select the General Management option.
Step 3: And as it opens, click on Reset.
Step 4: Select Factory Data Reset in that.
Step 5: Find Reset and click on it.
Step 6: You must enter your Password.
Step 7: Click on Delete All.

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Solution 9: Turn off Data and WiFi while not in use

By doing this most of the process that can’t we control automatically stopped. just like Stop Download or Update AndroidOS or App. Location Service that shared by you. Background app refresh and notification for App and mail. Backup and Sync data with any cloud service that are using, Most of the people are using Google Drive, Microsoft, and Samsung. Also, there are too many technical reasons and helps in the case while on galaxy s10 plus or Galaxy S10 screen or Back overheating.

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