It’s common for Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus users to experience heat after a long period of use. The Galaxy S20 can also get hot if left out in the sun or exposed to extreme temperatures for a long time. If your Samsung Galaxy S20 or S20+ Plus is getting too hot, here’s a guide to help you fix it.
These solutions will fix your Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ overheating problems:
- It is possible that the Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus overheating is caused by a third-party app. This is the best way to test this issue. Hold down the Power button, then tap and hold Power off until it shows Reboot to Safe Mode. Then tap Restart. In the lower left corner, it should read safe mode. If the problem disappears, then it is likely that the third-party app is responsible. To track down the problem, you can either uninstall each one individually or opt for a factory restore.
- It is recommended that you wipe the cache partition before factory setting up the Galaxy S20. After turning the Galaxy S20 on, hold down the Power and Volume up buttons. Let go after the Samsung logo with the blue recovery text appears at the top. To scroll the Recovery menu, use the Volume Down button to scroll. Highlight wipe cache partition and then press Power to select it. To select it, use the Volume buttons.