Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G is a Samsung’s Ultra Premium phone, released in the year 2021. It is released with its twins, the Galaxy Z Flip 3. Both phones are sport with 2021’s advanced technology and latest software. As you already know, Samsung had exceeded the software updating policy of its Galaxy Smartphones. From three years of a major update and Four years of a security update to four years of major android update and five years of a security update.
Samsung also rolled out the latest OneUI 5.0 based on Android 13 stable update in many regions and continuously working on rolling out for more reasons and for more devices.
However, Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G is equipped with many new good things. Users are complaining via various internet sources, informing the Samsung community, and asking for methods to fix the issue. One of the recent issues posted on the Community is the heating issue in Galaxy Z Fold 3 heating issue. Read more Samsung Released Android 13/One UI 5.0 Beta For Galaxy A52 In India
Users informed the Community that they recently updated to Android 12, and since then, its battery has been drawing fast, and the phone is heating like anything. This user is very much worried about the issue.
First of all, we would like to inform you can the heating issue is a very common issue, which every user faces on their phone, and it depends on how you use the device and what you use in the device, and no need to worry about it, this can be fix by several things given below.
But Before This, You Should Know What You Did Not Have To Do.
- Don’t charge your phone with any other charger; use only the Samsung charger for charging, which came in the box.
- Don’t place your device on or near a heat source or in direct sunlight.
- Don’t use your phone while charging. Read more Samsung Pay and Google Pay Won’t Work In Galaxy Z Fold 4: How To Fix It?
How To Fix The Heating Issue In Galaxy Z Fold 3?
- First of all, update your device if you have not updated it for a long time.
- If your phone is running out of storage, delete some items or move to an external hard drive and make space. So that system could work properly.
- Try to use your phone with good network connectivity strength.
- Turn off Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth when you’re not using them.
- Close all the background running multitasking apps.
- If all did not work, then reboot your device.
- If rebooting also did not work, then reset your device to factory data restore to give it a fresh start.