QMobile E4 Temperature Is Too High Charging Stopped

If you’re facing an issue with your QMobile E4 where the temperature is too high and charging has stopped, don’t worry; we’ve got you covered with this comprehensive troubleshooting guide.

We’ll walk you through step-by-step instructions to help you identify and resolve the problem.

Before we start, remember to back up your important files to ensure your data is safe throughout the process.

1. Check the Charging Cable and Adapter

The first step in troubleshooting charging issues is to inspect the charging cable and adapter.

A faulty cable or adapter could be the culprit. Follow these steps:

  • Ensure both the charging cable and adapter are in good condition without any visible damages.
  • Reconnect the cable securely to the phone’s charging port and the adapter to the power source.

If you suspect any issues, consider using a different cable and adapter to see if the problem persists.

2. Clean the Charging Port

Accumulated dust and debris can hinder the charging process. Follow these steps to clean the charging port:

  • Power off the QMobile E4 to avoid any electrical mishaps.
  • Use a soft brush or compressed air to gently clean the charging port.

After cleaning, attempt charging again to check if the issue has been resolved.

3. Restart the Phone

Sometimes, temporary software glitches can cause charging problems. A simple restart might do the trick:

  • Power off your QMobile E4.
  • Wait for a few seconds before turning it back on.

Check if the charging issue is resolved after the reboot.

4. Check for Software Updates

Outdated software can lead to various issues, including charging problems.

Make sure your phone’s software is up to date by following these steps:

  • Go to “Settings” on your QMobile E4.
  • Look for “System” or “Software Update.”
  • If a software update is available, download and install it.

Keeping your device updated can often fix underlying bugs and improve charging performance.

5. Try a Different Power Source

To rule out any issues with your current power source, try charging your QMobile E4 using a different method:

  • Use a different wall outlet to plug in the charging adapter.
  • If you were charging through a USB port, try a different port on your computer or power bank.

If the phone charges successfully with an alternative power source, then the problem might be with your original power source.

6. Reset the Phone

If none of the previous steps resolved the issue, you can try resetting your QMobile E4 to its factory settings.

Keep in mind that this will erase all data on your device, so ensure you have a backup. Follow these steps to perform a factory reset:

  • Go to “Settings” on your QMobile E4.
  • Look for “System” or “Reset.”
  • Choose “Factory Data Reset” and confirm the action.

After the reset, check if the charging problem persists.


Troubleshooting a QMobile E4 with high temperature issues and charging problems can be a process of elimination.

By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can narrow down the cause and potentially resolve the issue.

Remember, if the problem persists despite trying all these steps, it’s best to contact the manufacturer or seek assistance from a professional technician who can provide specific guidance based on your device’s model and specifications.

Remember to take care of your QMobile E4 by using a reliable charging cable and adapter, keeping the charging port clean, and keeping the software up to date.

These practices will not only resolve charging problems but also extend the overall lifespan and performance of your device.

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