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S23+ overheating after software update

(Topic created on: 07-15-2023 06:59 PM)
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nashidoo
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Galaxy S

My S23+ overheated after I installed the new update. This is the first time since I bought the unit that I experienced overheating (particularly the top part of the phone)

 

Before I downloaded the new software update, I was using Twitter, Tiktok and Facebook. After update installation, the unit gradually increased temperature. What I did was restart the phone, turned off Wi-Fi, mobile data, and do not disturb. After a few minutes, it started to cool down.

I'm starting to regret my decision to install. Has anyone experienced this issue too? What did you do to avoid unit overheating? 

21 Comments
Galaxy S
Hi! I just updated my S22 Ultra. I just saw that this update has a lot of improvements on the S23 series, maybe that's why.. Just let it cool down for a bit and let's hope it's just temporary because of all the updates. Cheers!
nashidoo
Active Level 3
Galaxy S
Thanks! I'm using my phone now. So far, if I restart the unit, there's minimal temperature rise. It cools down after about 30mins though. I really hope the overheating issue is temporary. I'll try the other suggestion too if it won't improve.
Galaxy S
Hopefully.. 🤞
I'm actually envious with your series upgrades. Hahaha
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nashidoo
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Galaxy S
This is my first samsung phone 🫶🏻
Galaxy S
If this is your first Samsung, well then welcome to the community!
nashidoo
Active Level 3
Galaxy S
Yes!

My first phone was Sony Xperia, then Huawei, now Samsung 😍

Glad to be part of #teamSamsung
Galaxy S
since newly updated wipe cache partition
nashidoo
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Galaxy S
I looked up the process of wiping cache partition. Does it really need to be plugged into a PC to access the recovery mode?
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Galaxy S
yes