There are times when our terminal gets too hot. Normally because you have been exposed to excessive temperature, for example you have been giving the sun directly. Other times it’s because we have sleeves that wrap it up too much and don’t let it breathe. Whatever the reason, let’s see how we can lower the temperature of a mobile or cellular when it is too high.
Most smartphones have a security system which turns off if they detect that their temperature is very high. If this happens is likely to have a good time until you can use it again, we’ll give you a couple of tips to recover it.
Don’t turn it on.
If your mobile has decided to switch off for safety reasons, do not try to switch it on. It doesn’t matter if you try it once or a thousand times. Your cell phone won’t turn on. And if it does, you’re likely to damage one of its components, such as the processor, memory, or battery.
If it’s too hot, be sure to turn it off and don’t use it for a while. If the casing or cover is attached, remove it immediately and place it in a cool place.
Apply a dry cold source
Maybe we need to use the phone urgently and it’s still off. In this case we can try to cool it more quickly, but only in case of need. In order to do this, we will bring it close to a source of cold air. A fan would be ideal, but if you’re in a hurry you can put it under the air conditioner.
Don’t ever put it in the fridge or freezer. Or wrap it in a bag of ice or peas (Yes, some people have tried it). The source of cold has to be dry, since if it is humid we run the risk of our mobile
becoming humid and its internal components oxidize. So it would be useless.