How to fix Galaxy Note 10 overheating issues
Overheating problems could be dangerous for smartphones’ health. Overheating issues could happen to smartphones of any brand. These problems have a significant influence on the performance of smartphones and very annoying to their users. The overheating issues cause problems like freeze and delay, which ultimately results in lower performance. If you are wondering how to fix Galaxy Note 10 overheating issues, we will help you to resolve these problems in this guide using different methods.
There must be high-performance apps running, which are causing the overheating problem. The Android operating system is very good in managing the processing resources but due to some runtime issues that start with the running applications, your device may face the overheating problem. There are some apps that are heavy and use as many resources as required and put the burden on the Android operating system.
Solution 1: Close running applications
To close the running applications on your smartphone is the first easy solution. Here you can close the running apps by following the steps below:
- Open your phone or any screen
- To see the recent running apps, press the Recent apps key
- Choose Close all and all apps will stop running
Solution 2: Removing the protective case to solve the overheating problem
If you are using the protective case, then it might be causing the overheating of the device. Try to remove the case and see if your Note 9 is able to cool down after that.
Solution 3: Restarting your smartphone
In some cases, Galaxy Note 10 is trapped by a temporary bug, which is causing the smartphone overheating. To remove the bug and resolve the issue, you can reboot Note 10 by following these steps.
- Press the power and volume down keys together
- Hold them for at least 10 to 15 seconds
- When the device’s screen turns on, release all the keys
Solution 4: Wipe cache partition
It is also seen that after major system update Galaxy Note 10 faces slow performance and overheating issues. This happens due to a corrupt or outdated system cache. Clearing or refreshing the cache can fix it. If you did not try it yet, you can do it right now by following these steps:
- When the device is turned off, press the Volume up and the Power key and hold them simultaneously.
- After the Samsung logo appears, release only the key “Power”.
- When you see the Android logo, release volume keys.
- To highlight ‘wipe cache partition’, press the key “Volume down”
- Use the key “Power” to select.
- To highlight the ‘yes’ option, use the key “Volume down”
- Press power key to proceed
- After the completion of ‘wipe cache partition,’ you will be asked ‘Reboot system now’.
- Press the key “Power” in order to reboot the device.
If none of the above is working for you, then the last resort is to hard reset the device.
Solution 5: Hard Reset Note 10
The ultimate solution for the overheating issue is to reset Galaxy Note 10. But, make sure to back up your files first. Then proceed to a hard reset. To do so:
- Shut down the device and press and hold the Volume up and Bixby key, then press and hold the Power key.
- The recovery menu will pop upon releasing all keys.
- Navigate to Wipe data/factory reset using the volume keys and press the Power key to select the option.
- Confirm the selection by choosing “Yes”.
- Select “Reboot system now”.
If none of the above worked for you, then the problem is related to hardware. Contact Samsung or visit one of their stores nearby.