Overheating Issue in Samsung A35: Problem and Solutions

The Samsung A35, a feature-rich smartphone, is not immune to issues. One common problem that users often encounter is overheating. This blog post will explore the possible causes of this issue and provide some solutions.

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Intensive Usage

Running resource-intensive apps, such as games or video streaming, for extended periods can lead to overheating. If you're using your phone for these tasks while charging, the heat dissipation may not remain as effective, causing the phone to overheat.

Software Glitches

Bugs or glitches in the operating system or specific apps can lead to abnormal battery usage and overheating. These software issues are often harder to diagnose but can be a significant cause of overheating.

Background Processes

Some apps may continue to run in the background even when you're not using them, consuming resources and causing the device to heat up. Managing these background processes can help control the overheating issue.

Environmental Factors

If the ambient temperature around you is high, your phone will run warmer than usual, especially if it’s in a thick, rugged case. Also, 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, can cause overheating.

Hardware Issues

Using an incompatible, defective, or non-Samsung certified charger and USB cable can cause your phone to overheat. Also, wireless charging is known to be a factor, as the process loses a lot of efficiency in the form of heat.

Troubleshooting Steps

Here are some steps you can take if your Samsung A35 is overheating:

1. Close active and background apps.

2. Check your charger and cables for hardware issues.

3. Update your device’s operating system and all apps.

4. Adjust your screen brightness and timeout settings.

5. Turn off unnecessary features when not in use.

6. Limit background processes.

7. Clear Cache and Data for specific apps.

8. Check for System Updates.

9. Factory Reset (as a Last Resort).

10. Seek Professional Help.


Overheating in your Samsung A35 can be due to a variety of factors, from intensive usage to software glitches. By understanding these potential causes and following the troubleshooting steps outlined in this post, you can hopefully resolve the issue and enhance your smartphone experience.

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