How to Fix Overheating Issues on Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus

Here’s how to fix Samsung Galaxy S10 overheating while charging issues. There are several reasons to suddenly overheat or warm Galaxy S10 such as a long time playing games, background running apps, faulty battery, watch continuous videos, or movies on YouTube or PC, GPS navigation, etc. Sometimes S10 damage also if your device overheating and you continue to charge your phone.

Several users have a habit of playing games or use the device while the phone is charging, be careful about this. Because of this you’re device quickly overheating and quickly drain battery also. Follow below given different methods to fix overheating on Galaxy S10+ issues after update system software.

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How to fix Galaxy S10 overheating issues

Check out below given possible troubleshooting steps to fix a warm or overheating problem on Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus devices.

Use Original charger to charge

Always use an original wireless charger to charge your Samsung Galaxy S10 device. Avoid your S10 devices with a faulty charger or cables. Also check the defective battery in your device.

Read More: How to use Wireless PowerShare on Galaxy S10 & S10 Plus

Remove case or cover

Remove the galaxy S10 case or cover that warm your device while charging.

Close Aall Running Apps

Step 1: Open Recent apps in your S10 & S10 plus.

Step 2: Swipe right or left to close an individual app.

Step 3: Swipe screen right side until seeing Close all and tap on Close all to stop all running apps.

Turn off GPS, WiFi, Auto-Sync

Disable unused services, features, and uninstall the app that unnecessary.

Turn on safe mode to Fix Galaxy S10 Overheating Issues

Step 1: Press and hold the power button on your S10 until the power off button appears.

Step 2: Long press Power off button until appearing Reboot to safe mode.

Step 3: Tap OK to boot into safe mode galaxy S10 Plus.

Now, wait until restarting your Samsung S10 Plus device.

Step 4: You can view the Safe mode icon on bottom left corner of the screen.

Now disable all downloaded apps from your device. Check your Galaxy S10 device working normally even playing games or watching movie continuously etc. If you can’t found any issue in S10 safe mode, it means any third party apps occur this warm issue in the S10 device. Just reboot your device to exit safe mode on galaxy S10 and remove one by one app from your device and check fix overheating issues on the galaxy S10 device.

Factory Reset Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus

Make sure back up & restore data before performing a factory reset Samsung S10 & S10+.

Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel from the top of the screen and tap the Settings gear icon.

Step 2: Tap General management.

Step 3: Tap Reset.

Samsung Galaxy S10 reset settings include reset settings, reset network settings, and factory data reset (Erase all data).

Step 4: Tap Factory data reset.

Step 5: Tap Reset phone.

Now confirm your PIN number or pattern to unlock your device.

Step 6: Tap Delete all.

If none of the above-given methods fix overheating issues on Galaxy S10, contact customer care and replace it if under warranty.

The list ends here to fix Galaxy S10 overheating issues. Don’t forget to mention which method worked for you. Do you have any other tips you want to share? Hit the comments and let us know!

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