The Samsung Galaxy A53 is a beautiful mid-range smartphone that was released in March 2022. It gives off a premium feel and boasts several top-notch specs. Unfortunately, there are several problems that users have encountered while making use of this device. We’re going to take a look at some of them today.
Samsung Galaxy A53 problem: Overheating
Overheating is a common issue among smartphones that can leave you frustrated over time because other problems tend to spawn from it. And quite a few users have complained about overheating on the Samsung Galaxy A53. The most common causes of overheating are the level of screen brightness on your device and constant/heavy use of your device’s processor. Smartphone manufacturers usually roll out firmware updates to fix problems like this when it becomes rampant across different users and worsens in terms of how much damage it does to the device. So, be sure to look out for any updates on your Samsung Galaxy A53. Here are some ways to fix or reduce overheating.
•If you are someone who plays a lot of games or games heavily, you might need to cut down on the amount of time you spend gaming, unless, no matter what you try to do your phone will always overheat because of the kind of games you are playing. A perfect example of a game like this is Call of duty: Mobile.
•Cleaner and Antivirus based apps cause serious overheating and lag when they are opened or activated. If you have any of these two on your Samsung Galaxy A53, delete them.
•Leaving your Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Hotspot, GPS, e.t.c. on for some time will cause overheating. Turn them off when you are not using them.
•Using your Samsung Galaxy A53 while charging will also cause it to overheat. Especially when you are playing games and charging. It is probably the worst combination you can attempt. Try as much as you can to let your phone charge before using it.
Samsung Galaxy A53 problem: Fast Battery Drain
Some users have observed the battery life of the Samsung Galaxy A53 drains faster than it formerly did before the latest software update (the July update). Some say it is a mild difference and some say that the life span is now terrible. Here are a few ways you can solve this problem.
•Clearing the cache of apps on your device can help to somewhat restore it to its former life span.
•Repairing apps in the recovery menu is another effective way to solve this problem. It is important to do this after installing new updates.
•If you just installed a new software update, you need to give your device time to adjust and adapt to the update, so your battery’s lifespan might be a little less than it used to be.
•Apps running in the background could also contribute to how fast your battery is draining. Close them or blacklist them in settings and you should be fine.
•If your phone is overheating while charging and you have fast charging enabled, that might be the problem. You can disable its settings.
•Making use of your phone while it is charging will also cause overheating, try as much as possible to wait till it has charged fully.
Samsung Galaxy A53 problem: Lagging
There have been quite a few reports about lagging on the Samsung Galaxy A53. A particular user even complained about the phone lagging right out the gate when he tested it out at a store. This is a common issue among different smartphones, even some high-end ones. Sometimes, it might seem like a little problem but it gets gradually annoying over time. Here are some ways to fix this issue.
•Clearing the cache of apps in the settings can also help reduce and possibly fix lag on your device. A lot of users underestimate how important clearing the cache of apps can be. Try to clear it from time to time.
•Downloading the latest software update can help fix lagging on your device.
•If the problem persists, you can try a factory reset to solve this issue.
•Lack of storage space on your device could also be the reason. Try as much as possible to delete unused apps, videos, pictures, and documents. Things that you can do without.
Samsung Galaxy A53 problem: Battery Drain
Some users have observed that the battery of the Samsung Galaxy A53 drains fast even though it has a 5000mAh capacity. This can be caused by multiple reasons. Some believe the phone is much too powerful for itself. Usually, problems like these are addressed in updates or can happen due to new software updates.
When you install a new software update on your device (any device), it takes time for the device to adjust to some of the new features, adjustments, or improvements. So, your device’s battery will drain faster than it did before the new update, adjust with time and get better. But if the issue persists after a couple of days and weeks, here are a few solutions you can try before taking the device to get checked and fixed.
•Clear unused apps running in the background of your Samsung Galaxy A53, these contribute a lot to how fast your battery drains.
•Having apps like Cleaner and Antivirus drain your device heavily and cause it to heat. If you have any of these installed, delete them immediately.
•Screen brightness is another factor that could be adding to how fast your battery drains. Reduce the brightness as much as you can. Leaving it on high brightness volumes will not only drain your battery but heat your phone.
Samsung Galaxy A53 problem: Visible Fingerprint Sensor
There have been multiple reports from users about the fingerprint sensor of the Samsung Galaxy A53 being visible through the screen, during use under sunlight. There is no need to worry, it is not a problem. It is quite common among Samsung devices. It is just the bright sunlight making the components under the display visible.
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