Facing problem of Samsung galaxy S7 overheating while it’s charging? While it’s normal for any new Smartphone heat up to 2 days because of installed apps, watch videos or movies and other activities. There are several reasons to causing this issue such as high temperature, software incompatibility, faulty device battery, third party app and more. If not fix Samsung galaxy S7 edge overheating issue, check out each one listed methods in your device.
Other reasons to overheat galaxy S7 and galaxy S7 edge is playing games, downloading or uploading more data over Wi-Fi connection, continuous use GPS navigation etc. Let see several tricks to fix Samsung galaxy S7 edge overheating issue.
How to fix Samsung galaxy S7 edge overheating issue
Follow below given ways to keep your Samsung galaxy S7 edge overheat or warm:
- Keep away your galaxy S7 & galaxy S7 edge device from excessive heat
- Don’t use phone case or cover that warm your device while charging
- Don’t use any apps or intensive resource that overheat your phone
- Keep away your Samsung galaxy S7 & galaxy S7 edge from all side close locations, poor areas where easily increase heat and quickly hot or warm galaxy S7 phone.
- Don’t use defective battery
- Turn off background apps that is unnecessary
- Avoid your device with faulty charger or cables
Also try below given troubleshooting methods to fix Samsung galaxy S7 overheating issue.
1st Way: Turn off fast cable charging in galaxy S7 edge
Settings > Battery > Turn off fast cable charging & Fast wireless charging
2nd Way: Use safe mode on galaxy S7 edge to fix Samsung galaxy S7 edge overheating issue
Step 1: Turn off your galaxy S7 and galaxy S7 edge device
Step 2: Press & hold the power button, when “Samsung logo” appears on the screen, release the power button
Step 3: After releasing power button, press & hold the volume down button
Step 4: Continue hold the volume down button until restarting your device
Step 5: When you safe mode in bottom left corner of screen, release the volume down button
Now all third party apps hidden in your galaxy S7 device, try connecting your device to charger and check your galaxy S7 overheat or not. If not heat your galaxy S7, it means any third party apps causing this problem. Find that app and remove it from your device.
3rd Way: Factory reset galaxy S7 edge using phone settings
It will delete all your phone data. Backup and restore data in your galaxy S7 device before factory reset galaxy S7.
Step 1: Go to “Settings”
Step 2: Under personal section, tap on “Backup & reset”
Backup your important data using your Samsung or Google account.
Step 3: Tap on “Factory data reset”
Step 4: Tap on “Reset Phone”
If set Pattern lock / PIN / Password / Fingerprint, draw it to unlock your galaxy S7 phone.
Step 5: Tap on “Erase everything”
Check your galaxy S7 warm or overheat problem solved or not.
If none of the above method work for you, clear cache partition on Samsung Galaxy S7 edge device.
End the list of possible solutions to fix Samsung galaxy S7 edge overheating issue. Do you know some other tricks to fix this galaxy S7 problem? Share with us in below comment box.