Deal with overheating issue on Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. Overheating issue that happen after the whole application has been installed or after update is something that you should never take light, means that you need to deal it right away.
If the problem happens when you charge your phone, you must not use it during charging process. You also may want to disable fast charging feature by go to Settings, tap on Battery and then disable Fast Charging option.
There are other solutions that you can try if the overheating problem happens outside the charging process. First, you can always restart or reboot your phone. It can help to clear out any minor problem such as this one.
If you suspect a specific app is the one that cause the problem, then you need to work on this app. Go to Settings > Battery > Battery Usage > More > Optimize Battery Usage > All Apps.
You will find a list of installed apps in your device. Toggle with each app where it will stop those apps from working in the background and produce the heat you don’t need.
Wipe out cache partition is the next possible solution. In order to do this, you need to turn off your phone first.
After that, press and hold Power button, Home button and Volume Up button in the same time until you see Samsung logo appear on the screen, before you release Power button. Keep press the other two buttons until you see Android logo appear, which means that you already enter Android Recovery Mode.
Use the Volume Up and Volume Down button to navigate between the available options and choose “Wipe Cache Partition” by press Power button. When the process is complete, choose “Reboot System Now“.
The last thing that you can try is to factory reset your phone from Settings app. It will wipe the entire data as well as applications in your device. If somehow this doesn’t work, then you definitely need to report it to Samsung for a replacement.