For those that use their Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge, it’s very common that these smartphones become hot after several hours of constant use. Also, the Galaxy S7 can get hot if it’s been left in the sun or extreme temperatures for long periods of time. For those have a problem with their Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge getting hot all the time, below is a guide on how to fix the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge from stop getting so hot.
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- There could be a good chance that a third-party application is the cause of the overheating Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge. The best way to check this issue is by holding down the Powerbutton and then tap and hold on Power off until you see Reboot to Safe Mode and then tap Restart. It should say safe mode in the lower left corner (Complete guide on how to get the Galaxy S7 in and out of Safe Mode). If the problem is gone then you know it’s being caused by a third-party app. You can try uninstalling one by one to track it down or go for a factory reset.
- Before you factory reset the Galaxy S7, it’s recommended to wipe the cache partition of the smartphone (Learn how to clear the Galaxy S7 cache). Turn the Galaxy S7 off and then press and hold the Power, Volume up, and Home buttons together. After the Samsung logo appears with a blue recovery text at the top, let go. In the Recovery menu you can use the Volume down button to scroll and highlight wipe cache partition then press Power to select it. When it’s done use the Volume buttons to highlight reboot system now and Power to select it.
You can also watch the YouTube video below on how to factory reset the Samsung Galaxy S7: