Every time Microsoft rolls out new updates for Windows phones, users complain about battery drain and overheat issues. Users should not panic if their phones remain hot for a few minutes after they’ve installed an update, as this behavior is normal. However, if the phone continues to remain unusually hot hours after the update was installed, a fix is required to prevent CPU damage.
Windows phone owners have been complaining about battery drain and overheat problems for a long time, but Microsoft hasn’t been able to connect the issue to the update process, nor offer a solid explanation as to why this happens.
For users, these issues are extremely frustrating because they prevent them from properly using their terminals. Oftentimes, when battery drain and overheat issues occur, the battery charging process stalls as well, and it takes hours for the battery to fully charge.
Windows 10 phones often overheat after an update
The problem is not with the updates but with the overheating I got each time I updated my phone.I can honestly say that I started to dread the update process knowing that each time after it would finish I would start having the same problem.
The problem is a known issue the phone is starting to overheat, drain battery very quickly, basically refuses to charge (10% takes about an hour) and becomes and unusable brick for 2 days. I have also noticed some interesting point the phone stops to overheat after about 48 hours and becomes the gem it really is […]
How to fix Windows phone overheat issues after update
It appears these issues are caused by the reindexing process following the update install. The phone reindexes the SD card as well, and by removing it the phone stops reindexing, resuming the normal operation mode.
In case your phone is overheating after installing the Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update, you can use this workaround to fix the issue.
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