Charging Paused: Battery Temperature Too Low On Samsung Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus (Solution)
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus have a reliable battery that a phone must have. But in some case, users find the “Charging paused: Battery temperature too low“ notification confusing.
To those people who have an idea on what are Li-ion batteries and how they work, they’ll surely know that it is weird because that kind of battery only gives you problem on charging if the temperature of the battery is below 4°C.
If you are not in an environment where you may freeze to death, this is not possible. This only means that the problem does not involve the temperature nor the battery. Rather, the fault might be on the thermistor. This is responsible for reading the temperature of the battery. Below is the leading suggestion when dealing with the error of battery temperature too low.
Turn Off the Device
This method works well on a lot of Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus users. If you are to charge your smartphone, it is advisable that you should turn off your device to avoid any problems and somehow ignore the notification of low-temperature.
Using a New USB Charging Board
If the method above still doesn’t work, you may try on changing the charging board by buying a new one. This is easier than specifically changing the thermistor on the USB charging board. In doing this, you are technically changing and fixing a faulty on the hardware component, you just have to be careful in replacing it yourself. If you are done replacing the thermistor on the USB charging board, start to boot the Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus and check whether it starts charging the batteries or not.
Use the Warranty
If all the methods mentioned earlier doesn’t do the work in fixing your problem, you should seek a professional help already. If your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus is still covered under the warranty date, you should use it and have your smartphone be fixed by a professional technician provided by the Samsung company. But if the warranty is already expired, you should seek and pay for an authorized professional technician and let them do the work. There is nothing you can do anymore, just let the experts handle and fix your problem on your smartphone.