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Overheat problem in samsung A33 5g

(Topic created on: 06-12-2024 09:37 AM)
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Galaxy A
I m using only 5 to 10 minutes my samsung A33 5g is getting overheat problem 
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Galaxy A

The following factors may affect the temperature of your Galaxy devices:

Using your devices in an environment outside of normal operating conditions (between 32 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit).
Placing your devices on/near a heat source, such as leaving them in a parked car on a hot day or continuously having them exposed to direct sunlight.
Running multiple apps for an extended period of time or using processor-intensive apps for gaming, streaming, and GPS tracking.
Using an incompatible, defective, or non-Samsung certified charger and / or USB cable.
Initial setup and data transfer from the previous devices.
System or firmware updates.

As your device generates heat, you may see warning messages. Please be aware that access to certain features/functions may temporarily freeze as a means to protect the device.


What to do if your Galaxy device generates heat while you are using it.

Here are some solutions for what to do if your Galaxy devices generate heat.
Solution 1

Turn off the Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth functions when not in use.
In addition, reduce the screen brightness of your device.

Pull down the 'Quick panel', then turn off 'Wi-Fi' and 'Bluetooth'

Turn off ‘Location’

Minimize the brightness

Solution 2

Optimize the phone to minimize the heat caused by processor intensive apps that drain the battery.

Go to ‘Settings’ and select ‘Battery and device care’

Tap ‘Optimize now’

Tap ‘Done’

Solution 3

Unused apps in the background may heat up the device.
To resolve the issue, try ‘Background usage limits’.

Select ‘Battery and device care’
Select ‘Battery’
Select ‘Power saving’
Turn on ‘Power saving’
Select ‘Background usage limits’
background usage limits
Turn on ‘Put unused apps to sleep’
put unused apps to sleep.