Redmi Note 11 Pro Overheating? Check scenarios & possible solutions

In this article, we will explore various solutions to address the overheating problem on your Redmi Note 11 Pro. Additionally, we will discuss some common scenarios where this issue may occur. Without further ado, let’s dive in.

Redmi Note 11 Pro Overheating Scenarios & Possible Solutions

1. While Charging

During the charging process, both your Redmi Note 11 Pro and the charger may heat up. This is especially noticeable during fast charging, as the phone may feel warmer to the touch. However, this is a normal occurrence and does not have any negative impact on the phone’s overall lifespan or performance.

If your phone’s battery becomes too hot, the charging speed may slow down or the charger may cease to charge.

Solutions

  • First, unplug the charger from your Redmi Note 11 Pro and shut down any apps that are running in the background. Next, allow the device to cool down for a few seconds before reconnecting the charger.
  • If the bottom of your phone is feeling warm to the touch, it may be due to a damaged USB cable. To fix this issue, we recommend replacing the damaged cable with a new one. It’s important to note that cheap, non-original accessories can cause problems, so make sure to purchase from original brands.

2. While Normal Usage [ Redmi Note 11 Pro Overheating ]

Before progressing to solutions, we have discussed various potential scenarios where your Redmi Note 11 Pro may encounter overheating problems, including:

  • If you have recently bought a new phone & trying to set it up Or your data is restoring.
  • The large files you are downloading require additional power and internet data.
  • If you use certain apps or features for extended periods of time, such as gaming or recording/streaming videos in high-definition modes, your phone may overheat as the battery consumption increases.

Aside from the aforementioned issues, there are numerous other scenarios where overheating may occur. However, to save time, let’s proceed to some potential solutions.

Solutions [ Redmi Note 11 Pro Overheating ]

Restart your phone

If your device is overheating due to a conflict between running apps, restarting your phone can solve the problem. Simply press and hold the power button for 2-3 seconds until a menu appears, then select the “Restart” or “Reboot” option. That’s all it takes to fix the issue.

We hope that a restart will resolve any overheating issues with your device, but if it still persists, please refer to the solutions listed below.

Deactivate select features

It is important to deactivate features such as GPS, Bluetooth, mobile data and Wi-Fi when they are not in use, as keeping them enabled can drain extra power from your device, causing it to overheat.

Close background Apps

It’s not healthy for your phone to keep battery-consuming apps running in the background and never close them. Only use apps when needed, and if you find yourself not using an app for months, it’s best to uninstall it.

Check for System update

It is recommended that you regularly update your Redmi Note 11 Pro with the latest software. To check for updates, go to Settings > System update (aka Software Update) and select the option to check for software updates.

If there is a new update available, you have the option to download it using either a mobile data or Wi-Fi connection, depending on the size of the update. Once the update is installed, it has the potential to resolve any bugs or issues that may be causing overheating problems.

If your issue remains unresolved, we recommend visiting the nearest Authorized Service Center. It is possible that you have a defective unit with hardware or software issues, but there is no need to worry if your phone is still within the warranty period.

We hope that you now have a clear understanding of why your Redmi Note 11 Pro may be overheating and what steps you can take to troubleshoot and resolve the issue.

Also read: Redmi Note 11 Pro ghost touch issue? Try this to fix it

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