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Samsung's tenth-generation flagship "phablet," with S Pen stylus and 5G capability. Released August 2019.

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Overheating Error Glitch with Note 10

It is not actually over heating rather I assume bad sensor somewhere. I have successfully pulled the back off the device but cannot pin point the faulty hardware. Some help would be appreciated, thanks in advance

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Hi there! This could either be a faulty charging port or a faulty wireless charging coil as both have built-in thermal sensors! It's very unlikely, but if neither of these fix it then it may be a logic board issue. Hope this helps @beefman26 !

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Sorry I didn’t get a notification of your answer. It also doesn’t charge wirelessly. I just tried a new charging coil with no luck. Is there anything else I can try? Thanks


@beefman26 Could be the charging port, if i remember correctly there's a thermal sensor on there too! If not, a battery might be another good shot


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