If you’re looking for solutions to fix overheating problem on your Samsung Galaxy A53 5G, this tutorial will show you just how to do it.

We’ve outlined a few basic things you can do to avoid overheating on your Samsung Galaxy A53 5G in this post. Read on!

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What to do when your Samsung Galaxy A53 5G overheats

1. Avoid hot environments

The recommended temperature range for your phone’s normal operation is between 0 and 35 degrees Celsius. If you use your phone in an area where the temperature is too high, it will overheat. Allow your phone to rest and cool down on a regular basis.

2. Remove phone cases or covers

Avoid using covers or cases that do not provide enough space for heat dissipation. If the case traps heat created by your phone (which is common even with light use), the phone will overheat. Experiment by removing the cover to see if it is the cover that is creating the issue.

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3. Check your charger

Is your charger defective, counterfeit, or a low-cost substitute? You must ensure that you are using a Samsung-certified charger. Anything that is not Samsung certified should not be used with your phone. They can not only cause overheating, but also damage to your phone. If you use a correct charger, the problem may go away.

4. Close all background apps

When you have too many apps running in the background, your phone can soon become hot. Closing them forcefully can help to cool down your phone. Follow the instructions below to close background apps:

  • Tap the Recent key to view all running apps.
  • Then tap the Close All button to close all these apps at once

5. Remove problematic apps

Overheating can be caused by some malfunctioning apps. Enable safe mode and see if the overheating problem disappears. When you enable safe mode, your phone will only run native apps and all third-party apps will be temporarily disabled.

Here’s how to turn the safe mode on.

  • Press and hold on the power button until you see the Power off icon
  • Press and hold on the Power off icon until you see the Safe Mode icon
  • Tap on the Safe Mode icon to reboot your phone in safe mode

If the problem disappears in safe mode, then it was most likely caused by a third-party app. Identify the app(s) in question and uninstall it from your phone.

6. Disable Bluetooth, 5G, mobile data, WiFi, hotspot, location services, etc.

These services aren’t usually necessary. For example, when you go to sleep, keeping these services running makes little sense. Not only do they drain the battery, but they also heat up the phone, lowering battery health and hence battery life dramatically. When you’re not using them, turn them off. You can disable them from the Quick settings panel.

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7. Turn on power saving mode

When you enable this option, it will disable all background services that deplete the battery and cause your phone to overheat. When you use power saving mode, all activities like as network usage, data syncing, location check, animation, brightness, and so on are disabled. This helps to keep your phone cool.

To enable power saving mode, use the following steps:

  • Go to Settings
  • Tap on Battery and device care
  • Select Battery
  • Tap on Power saving and toggle it On

8. Update software

If a bug is causing the overheating, updating software can resolve the issue. To update the programme, follow the procedures below:

  • Go to Settings
  • Tap on Software Update
  • Tap Download and Install to download and install the update (if available)

9. Wipe system cache partition

Whether the preceding solutions don’t work, try clearing the system cache partition to see if that clears the overheating issue. Use the following procedures to clear the system cache partition:

  • Turn off your phone
  • Connect your phone to the PC via USB
  • Wait until the message shows your phone is being charged
  • Press and hold the Volume Up key and the Power key.
  • Continue to hold both keys until Android Recovery menu options appear
  • Press the Volume down key and navigate to Wipe cache partition
  • Click Power key to select
  • Press the Volume down key to highlight Yes, then press the Power key to select
  • When the process is complete, Reboot system now is highlighted
  • Press the Power key to restart the device

10. Reset all settings

Choosing this option will restore your device’s settings as well as the settings of all apps to their original state. This eliminates the possibility of a software clash causing an overheating problem. Use the following steps to accomplish this:

  • Go to Settings
  • Tap on General management
  • Select Reset
  • Choose Reset all settings
  • Tap on Reset settings button
  • Type in the passcode if prompted
  • Tap Reset to confirm the reset

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11. Reset the phone

If none of the previous solutions work, you can factory reset your phone as a final option to restore it to its original settings and see if that resolves the issue. But first, make a backup of all your vital data and contact information. To perform a factory reset, follow these steps:

  • Turn off your phone
  • Connect your phone to the PC via USB
  • Wait until the message shows your phone is being charged
  • Press and hold the Volume Up key and the Power key.
  • Continue to hold both keys until Android Recovery menu options appear
  • Press the Volume down key and navigate to Wipe Data/Factory Reset
  • Click Power key to select
  • Press the Volume down key to highlight Factory data reset, then press the Power key to select
  • When the reset process is complete, Reboot system now is highlighted
  • Press the Power key to restart the device

Conclusion

If none of these methods fix Samsung Galaxy A53 5G overheating issue, it may indicate a problem with your phone’s battery and it may require some serious technical aid. Visit your near Samsung Care center for assistance.


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