Today, most of our activities are dependent on our Android smartphones. Therefore, ultimate care on your handset is needed to keep your activities on line. The most common problem associated with many android handsets is overheating. This issue is faced by millions of peoples across the globe using Android handsets. So, it is vital to prevent your handsets from overheating. This article contains some of the fixes which can improve battery life and prevent overheating.

Common causes of overheating

Excessive gaming – The small fan in your android handset can hardly prevent overheating during excessive gaming.
Continuous online browsing – This is also another factor which causes many of the Android handsets to overheat.
Old battery – Sometimes old battery causes overheating on Android smartphones. Moreover, inappropriate use of battery is another cause of overheating.

Fixes of Overheating

Reduce screen brightness – If you are a heavy gamer, likes big games over 2GB, reduce your screen brightness. Even when chatting and browsing, always make sure the screen brightness is low.
Avoid using an old battery – Old batteries may at times cause unnecessary overheating, so a new battery is highly recommended.
Disable the unwanted options – After buying a new Android handset, the device comes with all sorts of functions enabled which makes handsets overheat. Disable the vibrations in case you are not using them. Avoid using expensive moving wallpaper. Do not leave your Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections enabled as the will keep search for new networks.

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