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Inbuilt Battery Smartphones – Safety Tips, Solutions and Preventive Measures

Since when Android smartphone was officially unveiled in 2007 they have been a huge and rapid development in the mobile industry and technology at large. Alot of companies have enrolled and tried  their best to produced super amazing android devices
Technology advances day by day, so do unique features are added to smartphones as well. Presently in 2019 the top in the market are the folded smartphones.
These days, almost all the modern phones produced now comes with inbuilt or non-removable battery and at the same time, they can cause a lot of issues to the user atimes even though they have a beter capacity. 
Choicelessly, removable battery smartphones is rare to find in the android market as technological advancing is turning it down. 
Here some common problems and their solutions with regards to inbuilt battery smartphones listed below in this article, and you will know how to easily resolve them.


1. Overheating

A lot of scenarios such as multi tasking, to much installed application or game playing can cause overheating. 
 Since you can’t remove the battery to cool, you can can clear all running apps in the background then completely power it off or give it some time to cool. 


Hanging of device is coming in low memory phone, running applications like game that large amount of RAM space and or too much multitasking a device can eventually results in Hanging. Now How can you handle the case if your smartphone freeze? 
When your phone HARD FREEZE or hang for over 10 minutes without responding, kindly reboot it by holding Volume down + Power button, at the same time, for about 30 seconds. Your device should reboot and unfreeze.
But when the FREEZING is A soft one or a temporary freeze, kindly wait for it to unfreeze by itself and afterward, clear running apps and reboot the phone.

3. Power On Failure 

This can be scary but it can be handled. Kindly hold the power button for about 2 minutes, your phone will come on but if it doesnt, kindly charge it up.

4. Moisture or Water Penetration

Moisture is a worst case that can cause circuit bridging in the presence of open flow of current resulting to a serious damage.  Unlike Non-removable battery that you will quickly remove the battery when the device happens to fall into water,  an inbuilt battery is allergic to water as well. There is no guarantee that your phone will survive if it falls into the water, unless is a water resistant phone like the Samsung Galaxy S9 and others. 
Meanwhile if your phone accidently got into a water, make sure you immediately power it off to prevent instant electronic damage. Shake the phone vigorously to get the moisture released, ultimately find a technician that can loose the phone for complete drying.


Siddiq is an ICT geek and using the internet for over 10 years. I'm professional content creator on network and internet data plans, smartphones freebies and general tech guides

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