You may have recently purchased a LG G6 or LG G7 and you are completely in love with it. You can play games with the quick performance and with little lag. However, you may run into problems with the device overheating. Your device’s chip might be overworking due to it not being able to keep up with the apps causing it to overhear.
There could be other reasons why there are overheating problems with your LG G6 or LG G7 such as an app being corrupt. Take a look at the possible methods you can use in order to solve the overheating problem on LG G6 and LG G7.
Fixing LG G6 and LG G7 overheating problems:
Not using your phone while it’s charging (Solution 1)
Try not use your phone when you are charging your phone. It can overheat when you are playing games on the phone when it is charging. This is especially a problem when the app takes a lot of power to use on your phone while the device is being charged.
Removing the phone’s case (Solution 2)
You may want to remove the case on the LG G6/LG G7 and check and see if whether the phone functions better. The case that you are using may not be not allowing your phone to dissipate the heat causing it to overheat.
Your phone should be rebooted (Solution 3)
Turn off your phone when it is overheating so that it can cool down for a bit so you can restart it. This will lead to a temporary solution to the overheating problem.
Decrease the brightness on your phone (Solution 4)
Your LG G6 or LG G7 uses a lot of power when the screen is bright. It is recommended for you to brighten down the LG G6/LG G7 brightness so that it does not overheat and you will subsequently reduce the amount of battery the phone uses. You can reduce the brightness by going to settings, then clicking on the apps option. Scroll for the Display and have brightness level changed that your eyes prefer and do not use a lot of phone battery to save the power.
Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth (Solution 5)
It is recommended for you to disable services such as GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth to prevent your smartphone from overheating.
Checking which apps are running in the background (Solution 6)
Apps that are in the background usually cause overheating because it uses battery and uses CPU on the phone. Since they are in the background, your phone will power them continuously. Make sure to check and see if you have apps in the background and close them. Click the Recent Apps and move it the right from the left if you want to close it. You can also get rid of all the apps simultaneously by clicking on the Clear All.
Disable Bloatware (Solution 7)
The bloatware on your smartphone is something that affects your device but we do not use it that often. You will not be able to have apps uninstalled if you do not disable the bloatware for the apps. You can turn off the apps that are not important by clicking on Disable on the app. This will allow your apps to not use unnecessarily use CPU, which will help the overheating problem be solved.
Software Updates (Solution 8)
Make sure that you have the software and the apps are currently up to date by checking regularly if there are updates to the software. You will make sure that your LG G6 or LG G7 is very stable because it will fix issues and bugs which could be the root of problems with overheating.