In this article, you will be able to solve the problem of your Huawei P20 Pro device overheating. Well, when a phone is overheating, this might be as a result of many factors which we will be considering in this article today. Let’s begin to consider the possible fixes to this problem below.
SOLUTION 1: Try to restart your phone as this might help to off all the phone system and the overheating might be caused by some temporary bugs. This can be developed when the system has been working for so long without rest, or when there are changes in the phone system. To see if your device reverts to its normal functions, just go ahead and hold down the Power button to switch off the phone.
SOLUTION 2: Clear all the cache partition. Clearing of your device’s cache partition may aid in fixing the overheating trouble if the major reason for it is due to a despoiled system cache. To make sure that your device system cache is in a good shape, think about doing cache partition wipe. This will make the phone to delete the recent cache and restore it with a new one with time. Here’s what you should do:
- Switch off the phone. This is vital. If you can’t switch it off, you’ll not be able to boot the phone to Recovery Mode. If you are not able to switch the phone off frequently using the Power button, you will need to wait until the device battery is all drained. Then, charge the device for about 30 minutes before booting it to Recovery Mode.
- With your device switched off, hold and press both the Power buttons and the Volume Up button simultaneously for about 10 seconds.
- After that Let go of the buttons when the logo shows up.
- After seeing the huawei logo, the EMUI screen pops up with the recovery mode selection.
- Now Press the Volume Down key to move down and highlight Wipe cache partition.
- Then click the Power button to confirm what you have pressed.
- Make use of the Volume keys to move to and highlight the next options and then use the Power button to confirm what you have selected.
Install updates. Some bugs are due to coding errors so there’s really nothing much that a user can do about them. All you can do is waiting for programming changes, whether they be for apps or Android to fix them. For this reason, make sure that you install all available updates for both the Operating System and apps. If the cause of the overheating problem is known or was previously reported, there may be an update available to fix it.
If you have apps taken outside the Play Store, make sure that you know how to install updates for them. If you get all your apps from Google Play Store, then just open it and install app updates from there.
Now, if you take note of the overheating problem after doing the above tips, then you need to begin to uninstall some harmful applications on your phone. If you have uninstalled all the harmful applications you downloaded from the third-party website, and the problem still continues, then you need to move to the next step.
Bad applications can cause overheating, hardware malfunction or even software glitch. If nothing has successfully worked at this stage, you need to factory reset your phone.