What To Do If Your Samsung Galaxy S9 Is Overheating?
We all know that overheating is a serious problem and you don’t neglect this problem because it is very dangerous because if your device battery is overheated all the time then it will explode.
The other thing to be noticed is that this problem doesn’t occur only in entry-level Android devices, it also happens to the flagship phones like the Samsung Galaxy S9.
If you are the owner of Samsung Galaxy S9 and facing this issue then don’t worry in this article, we are going to tell you the different solutions to this problem.
Fix overheating of Samsung Galaxy S9 with the refreshing system cache:
Sometimes it is possible that the overheating is the result of corrupted system cache. The system cache is corrupted after the update or after installing the third-party applications.
If you want to check that your phone’s system cache is corrupted or not then you have to clear the present cache.
This thing will force your Samsung Galaxy S9 to build a new cache. To do this, follow all the given steps.
- First, turn off Samsung Galaxy S9
- Press and hold the Bixby key, volume up button and power button at the same time
- Release all the buttons when the Android logo will appear on your smartphone screen
- After this Android system recovery menu options will appear on your Samsung Galaxy S9 screen
- Now highlight the option wipe cache partition with volume down button of your Samsung Galaxy S9
- Confirm this option by pressing the power button
- Highlight the yes option with the volume down button and confirm it with the power button
- After completing the wipe cache partition the Reboot system now option is highlighted
- To reboot your Samsung Galaxy S9 press the power button
Check for bad apps
The other main reason for overheating is third-party apps. To check this thing that third-party is creating this problem you should boot your Samsung Galaxy S9 in safe mode.
With the help of this mode, you can easily check which third-party application is creating a problem of overheating. All the steps to reboot your Samsung Galaxy S9 in safe mode are given below.
- Turn off your Samsung Galaxy S9
- Now press and hold the power button of your device and when the Samsung logo will appear on your screen then release the power button.
- After releasing the power button immediately press and hold the volume down button
- Press and hold this button until your Samsung Galaxy S9 finishes restarting
- Safe mode will display
- It is present in the bottom left corner of your device screen
- After seeing the safe mode release the power button
Now your Samsung Galaxy S9 is in the safe mode, the next thing you need to do is finding the problem by performing some extra activities in the safe mode.
If your Samsung Galaxy S9 won’t overheating in the safe mode then it is confirmed that the heating problem occurs due to the bad app
Boot your Samsung S9 in the safe mode to know which application is creating a problem and after this follow all the given steps.
- First, boot your Samsung Galaxy S9 in the safe mode
- After this check for the problem
- If you think that this problem occurs due to the third-party app then you should start uninstalling the application one by one. In my recommendation, you should start with the most recent app that you added
- When you uninstall the app then restart your Samsung Galaxy S9 in the normal mode and use it for some time to check the problem.
- If you are facing the same issue then repeat all steps for 1 to 4 times
Reset app preferences:
Reset app preferences are the most powerful solution to solve the different problems and in the overheating issue, this solution will help a lot. All the steps to do this are given below.
- Open the settings of your Samsung Galaxy S9
- Click on the apps
- Now click on the more settings option and it is present in the upper right side in the form of a three-dot icon
- After this select the reset app preferences
- Restart your Samsung Galaxy S9 and check the problem
Drain the battery completely:
Sometimes it is possible that your Android device will lose track the battery levels. Because of this your device may not shut down properly and in this situation follow the given steps.
- First, drain the battery completely of your Samsung Galaxy S9. It means use your device until it powers down completely and turned off.
- Now charge your phone with the original charger until it reaches the 100%
- After reaching the 100% don’t plug out the charger at least 2 more hours
- After the 2 hours unplug your device
- Restart it and use your Samsung Galaxy S9 until it completely shutdown
- Repeat these steps 1 to 5 times