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Unless you've been living under a rock, you'd be aware of the exploding batteries on Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
While there are numerous reasons for smartphone batteries to explode, overheating is one major culprit.
So, we've come up with a way to help you prevent your smartphones from exploding.
All you have to do is to keep an eye on your smartphone's CPU temperature. But, before we tell you how to do it, let's find out why overheating occurs in the first place.
Overload leads to overheating
On subjecting your smartphones to high loads, for example, playing graphic intensive games or using multiple apps at a time, tend to overheat smartphones.
Also, excessive heating of battery can also lead to overheating, which in turn leads to an explosion.
Processor could be a culprit as well
In addition to the aforementioned reasons, a processor could be one of the culprits as well. The Qualcomm's Snapdragon 615 and Snapdragon 810 are the best examples of overheating issues. Remember the OnePlus 2?
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Long-term effects of overheating
Overheating is proportional to performance. It can lead your smartphone to perform rather slowl to counter the heating issues. If things get worse and your battery starts overheating you can do very less to stop it.
Keep track of your CPU temperature
There are numerous apps available on the Google Play Store to control your smartphone's CPU temperature. We recommend you to use CPU cooler or Coolify app as both of them serve the same purpose.
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Kill the background apps which cause overheating
After installing the above mentioned apps, track which apps are leading to overheating and try to kill them. This way, you can reduce the overheating issues to a good extent.
Don’t charge your device for too long
Charging your device for extended hours of time will lead to overheating issues, which, in extreme cases, leads to explosions. So, stop overcharging your device. Also, try removing the case while you're charging your phone. This can reduce the heating issues to a good extent.
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