The overheating issue on a smartphone is a common issue and cannot be prevented altogether. However, there ways you can minimize or reduce the overheating through some practical solutions.
In this article, you will learn different ways you can troubleshot and fix the overheating issue on your OnePlus 11 device. So, let’s get started.
Solutions to fix overheating problem on OnePlus 11
Here are some tips you can try to fix overheating problem on your OnePlus 11.
1. Reboot your phone
The first thing you must do when your phone overheats is to immediately power off your phone. This will abort all processes running on your phone and and free the CPU and the memory that may be working overtime causing your phone to overheat. Once the phone cools down, you can restart it again to continue using it.
2. Close background apps
Most of the time you don’t realize what your phone is doing in the background. Majority of apps by default tend to run behind the scene to update or fetch new data even while you are not using them. This can not only drain your phone’s battery but can also lead to overheating.
To prevent background app from running, follow these steps:
- Go to Settings
- Tap on Battery
- Tap on Advanced settings
- Tap on Optimise battery usage
- Now select the app you want to optimize or restrict from running in the background
3. Don’t run multiple apps
Running multiple apps simultaneously is one of the primary reasons for slow performance of your device. Not only does it affect on your phone’s performance but it also drains battery unnecessary and can lead to overheating. To close apps that you don’t need, simply swipe up from the bottom screen and choose the app you don’t need and swipe it further up to close it down.
4. Turn on power saving mode
The power saving mode is a very useful feature that can improve the health of your phone’s battery. It allows you to restrict certain features you may not need thereby reducing power consumption significantly which can otherwise lead to too much battery usage and cause overheating.
To enable power saving mode, here are the steps you need to follow.
- Go to Settings
- Tap on Power saving mode
- Then tap Power saving mode to toggle it On
5. Turn off features you don’t need
It is recommended to disable features you don’t need or when you are not using them. For example, features such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, etc may not always require you to keep them on. Turn them off when you are not using them to save battery life and also prevent possible cause of overheating due to too much power consumption.
6. Remove bad apps
Certain roque apps can behave in a certain way that can cause all kinds of nasty issues on your phone. Identify those apps and uninstall them to save yourself from the hurdle of many issues such apps can cause.
7. Update apps/firmware
Many people tend to ignore the importance of software updates. We cannot stress enough of how important and necessary it is to keep all your apps and firmware up-to date. Apps and firmware are not always bug free and therefore they can cause a lot of issues affecting the normal function of your phone. Check whether there are updates available for all the apps and firmware on your phone and perform the update immediately if there are updates available.
8. Check your charger
Sometimes, incompatible or damaged charger can cause charging issue and lead to overheating. Make sure to use only compatible chargers and approved by OnePlus.
9. Perform Factory Reset
In case, the issue still persists even after trying all the above solutions, we recommend you to perform factory reset as the last resort. However, before proceeding with this method, make sure to backup your data as the action will delete all your existing data.
We hope the above tips helped you to fix the overheating problem on your OnePlus 11 device. If not, visit your nearest OnePlus Authorized service center for further assistance.