Galaxy Ace Plus S7500 turns too hot

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When I charge my Galaxy Ace Plus S7500 It turns to hot. What is the reason?

How will I get rid of this problem?


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Answered By 0 points N/A #154216

Galaxy Ace Plus S7500 turns too hot


Smartphones to date have variations in their battery capacity which can be classified according to their milliampere-hour (mAh) labels. I have my smartphone too, and my friends have their own phones with different battery capacity, mine is 1460 mAh, other have 1300 mAh, etc.

Every time I charge my battery, I always have to check if it’s fully charged or what, at the same time checking its temperature. Smartphones’ when being charged really produces heat on their battery, you can somehow do something about it by:

  1. Removing the cover (back cover) of your phone if available, when charging
  2. Close some applications/connectivity when charging to reduce consumption of the battery while on charging state
  3. Or Turn off your phone as it will reduce charging time, thus reducing heat produced

My phones usually heats up when I’m playing graphics exhausting games or using phone calls or any connection through web or calling, but soon after I have finished my stuffs, it will definitely cool down then.

I hope this is something of help.

Answered By 10 points N/A #154217

Galaxy Ace Plus S7500 turns too hot


Hi Kevin,

Every time you charge your phone will become hot.

Try to put it on the table and then try to check the battery of the devices  once you touch the battery not totally even or the some part of the battery is big it means your battery is totally damaged then try to shake the better once you feel there is shaking inside its much better to buy a new one than to sacrifice about your phone quality. If Not.

The problem is in the charger.

The usually reason is short circuit of the electricity.

You should know the security measures in charging to avoid problem.

Thank you.

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