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Heat damage - cell phone overheated, what to do?

 

The smartphone has become a daily companion for people. Whether at home, on the go or at work: the mobile phone is at least in your pocket, is usually switched on permanently and is used without hesitation in any season. Similar to the way rain can cause water damage, direct sunlight in summer can cause heat damage to the cell phone. This happens, for example, if the cell phone is forgotten in the car or if it is too long in the blazing sun. If it overheats, the smartphone can be severely damaged and, like a person, suffer from heat stroke. One Heat damage to the smartphone It is easy to avoid, but it can happen that the battery in particular quickly becomes too hot and may have to be replaced. But what to do if the cell phone gets hot? Read here how you can recognize heat damage on your cell phone and prevent it.

 

Content of the post:

 

  1. Signs of heat damage
  2. Battery overheated
  3. Display damage from heat
  4. Avoid heat damage
  5. What not to do
  6. Repair from heat damage

 

1. Signs of heat damage

 

Most smartphone professionals and device manufacturers advise using smartphones at temperatures between 0 and 35 degrees. Since the sun quickly rises above 35 degrees in the summer in Germany or on a summer vacation in the south, heat damage to the cell phone can quickly occur. If the smartphone is then used intensively in a warm environment and it heats up as a result, it comes to heatstroke. This is often first expressed on the screen. If the smartphone is too hot, the display starts to flicker and the display gets dark areas. Touch input may then no longer work properly. Then the heat damage is critical and that can happen Display broken by the sun goes.
If the circuit board of the smartphone gets too hot, modern devices switch off to protect themselves from the heat. If the mobile phone has got too hot, let it cool down and only switch it on again in a cooler environment. The heat can cause considerable damage to the smartphone.

 

2. Battery overheated

 

A smartphone gets hot when you use it intensively. This is normal to a certain extent, as the battery heats up when making calls, charging or playing games. This is also known from laptops or PCs, which are therefore always equipped with a cooling system. The cell phone shouldn't get too hot. Especially in summer you should therefore make sure that the smartphone battery does not overheat. If the smartphone gets hot, you should put it away and close all background applications so as not to put more strain on the battery. Too many open apps and a high display brightness not only cause the battery to get warm, but also that the battery wears out and discharges faster. It is therefore advisable to save the battery, especially in summer.
Temporary overheating of the battery is usually not a problem. However, if the smartphone switches off and cannot be started, the battery could have suffered permanent heat damage. Then the smartphone is not lost yet. Professionals can replace the battery quickly and efficiently.

 

3. Display damage from heat

 

Not only the battery can be damaged by overheating. The display can also break if the smartphone gets too hot. Direct sunlight and the resulting heat favor chemical processes in the cell phone, then the sun breaks the display. The first signs of heat damage, which can be expressed by dark areas on the touchscreen, remain in the worst case even after cooling down.
The Display damage from heat occurs when the liquid crystals in the display react to strong heat and break. Therefore, display errors and dark areas in the display occur even when the smartphone has cooled down. The touch input can be permanently disturbed so that the mobile phone seems almost unusable. Is this Heat damage to the display often only a display repair or replacement of the entire display unit is possible. However, this variant is often cheaper than a new smartphone.

 

4. Avoid heat damage

 

Who one Heat damage to the smartphone avoid, you can also follow a few tips and tricks in midsummer or on vacation to protect your cell phone. There are various apps for Android models, such as the CPU monitor, which helps you to monitor smartphone temperatures. But be careful! There are also many such apps that put a heavy load on the battery and do exactly the opposite. The newer iPhones automatically indicate when they get too hot. If the cell phone has got too hot, you should switch it off and let it cool down.
In summer, the cell phone should not be left in the sun or in particularly hot places such as in the car. Smartphones like shadows! It can also help to remove plastic covers so that no heat can build up between the cover and the mobile phone or the cover can deform. Although the covers help against bumps and fall damage, the protective covers should be removed for a certain period of time when the heat is strong. Breathable covers made of fabric can still be used and even give the device a little protection from the sun.

 

5. What not to do

 

What to do if the phone gets hot If the smartphone is overheating, there are certain things you should absolutely avoid. To cool down, the cell phone belongs in the shade and never in the refrigerator! Because then you only move the smartphone from one extreme to the other. In addition, moisture can accumulate in the mobile phone in the refrigerator, causing internal corrosion. Then there is not only heat damage to the cell phone but also water damage at the same time.
You shouldn't cool the smartphone with cold water either. Liquids are harmful to sensitive devices and can cause dangerous short circuits in mobile phones. So don't leave your cell phone in the sun, take it to the beach or leave it in the car. Then your valuable cell phone will live a little longer.