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How to Prevent Your Smartphone from Overheating in Summer

As the temperature soars during the scorching summer months, it's not just humans who feel the heat.


Mobile phone on fire

Smartphones, too, can get uncomfortably warm, leading to performance issues and discomfort during use.



In this guide, we'll share some essential tips on how to keep your smartphone cool and prevent overheating without having to power it off.

1. Turn the brightness down: During the summer, keeping your smartphone's brightness at maximum can generate additional heat, especially when you're using it outdoors. Lowering the brightness level conserves power and helps your phone stay cooler.

2. Avoid direct sunlight: Direct sunlight can intensify the heat on your smartphone, causing it to overheat. It's best to keep your phone out of direct sunlight, and never leave it exposed to the sun, especially during the hottest part of the day.

3. Activate power saving mode: Summer often pushes smartphones to their limits, which can lead to overheating. Enable power-saving mode to reduce power consumption and limit performance, effectively preventing your phone from getting too hot.

4. Remove the case when overheated: If your smartphone becomes uncomfortably hot, it might be due to the case trapping heat. Remove the case to allow your phone to cool down, but remember to put it back on later to protect your device.

5. Monitor system usage: Check your smartphone's system usage to identify any apps or processes that are causing it to heat up. Close unnecessary apps and background processes to reduce the load on your device's chipset.

6. Avoid overcharging: Leaving your smartphone plugged in for extended periods while charging can lead to overheating. Use optimized charging modes if available, and consider slowing down the charging speed to prevent excessive heat, especially during hot summer nights.

7. Utilize external smartphone coolers: Some smartphones come with built-in cooling systems, but if yours doesn't, you can invest in an external smartphone cooler.


While these coolers may be a bit expensive, they're effective in preventing overheating and ensuring a smoother smartphone experience.

Keep in mind that overheating can lead to long-term damage to your smartphone's battery and overall performance.


By following these tips, you can enjoy a cooler, more comfortable mobile experience during the sweltering summer months without breaking the bank.

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