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It's summertime! 3 tips to cool your smartphone quickly if it overheats

3 Tips to Cool Down an Overheated Phone Quickly Even outdoors, your phone can get very hot. 


Here's how to cool it down without dying. 

It is strangled with a rubber cover, and pockets and baked bags are packed in car monitoring ... It is very easy to reach the sponsored point of the smartphone. 

Also, in most cases, the overheating warning will appear when the temperature of your smartphone reaches around 35°C. Then, you will want to allow it to cool down to prevent damage, especially to the battery. So how can you cool your device quickly? Here are three tips. 

1. Power off your phone


When you power off your phone, all background processes, applications, and services are completely stopped. This is the most effective way to quickly cool your device.

The downside, of course, is that you can't use your smartphone when it's turned off.

2. Delete the case


Many smartphones, especially rubber and plastic cover, can delay the heat generated by the device. Therefore, restrict the ability to distribute to the surrounding air. Caiss, a black or dark material, can absorb heat, further exacerbate the problem.

Smartphone engineers designed cases to dissipate heat, and removing the case allows air to flow more freely around the phone, helping it cool as intended. This simple gesture can therefore significantly and quickly reduce the temperature of your smartphone.

3. Move your device to a cooler place


Move your smartphone to a room with a lower ambient temperature. Air-conditioned rooms are ideal as they allow the phone to dissipate heat more effectively.

Another tip is to place your phone on a cool surface, such as a wooden table or a cold metal surface. If you have a fan handy, position it to direct a steady stream of cool air to aid the cooling process. If you are in a car with an air conditioner, place your smartphone in the air.

Note! Do not put your mobile phone in a refrigerator or freezer. A quick change in temperature can cause condensation in the device, leading to short circuits and other issues.
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