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Things You Should Know If You Are Using Mobile Phone With Inbuilt Battery

Almost all phones now have batteries that are built-in or can't be taken out, which can cause a number of problems for customers.

In this article, you'll find a list of these problems, as well as their solutions, and you'll learn how to deal with them quickly.

How to Deal with Too Much Heat

Because the battery can't be taken out to cool, turn it off and put it on a cool surface, like a glass of cold water. After a few minutes, the phone should be as cold as ice.

Never let your phone fall into water.

A battery that can't be taken out is sensitive to water, but you can take out a battery that you can't take out. Even if your phone is water-resistant, like the Samsung Galaxy S9 and some others, there is no guarantee that it will survive if it gets wet.

Keep it charged up

Even when you're not using your laptop, it's important to know how charged your battery is.

Batteries should be kept at temperatures between 20 and 25 degrees Celsius and between 50 and 70 percent charged. If you won't be using your laptop for a long time, try to keep it as close to these settings as possible. Never leave a smartphone with a completely dead battery for a long time. It's possible you will never be able to fix it.

Irresponsibleness or Hanging

In contrast to batteries that can be changed, an embedded battery cannot be removed to stop it from freezing. If your phone hard freezes or hangs for more than 10 minutes without responding, tap and hold the Volume Down and Power buttons together for 30 seconds to restart it. Your device should now be unfrozen and ready for use again.

If your phone SOFT FREEZES, which means it freezes for a short time, wait for it to unfreeze on its own before closing the apps and restarting the phone.

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