HAVE YOU GET ANDROID MARSHMALLOW UPDATE FOR YOUR SAMSUNG S6 & S6 EDGE?
Update - 15/02/16: Samsung has announced that Android 6.0 is rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge from today. Other Galaxy devices will soon follow.
So you got your update or will get soon. But with the update some problems are rising from all around the world. Here is some potential problems and solution after you update Marshmallow in your Samsung S6.
- Samsung S6 WiFi Battery Drain
A Solution for Samsung S6:
The first is to go to to clear all your connection data. This includes Bluetooth and cellular data, so you'll need to reconfigure everything afterwards.
(via overflow menu). This function can be scanning in the background even if you have turned Wi-Fi itself off. Other people have had success simply by going to.
- Marshmallow Battery Darin for Samsung S6
Not only by using Wifi generally by using marshmallow Samsung S6’s battery is draining out fast. A basic solution is to update your apps.
A Solution to fix battery problem for Samsung S6:
to clear all app caches simultaneously, go to .
- Marshmallow Installation Problem For Samsung S6
- Marshmallow Charging Problem For Samsung S6
For using marshmallow in Samsung S6 battery is draining out fast. Use of battery power is more than charging capacity on marshmallow. Marshmallow is making users earn the battery benefits of its Doze mode and app standby. Google's official solution to a phone that won't charge on Marshmallow is a factory reset, the instructions for this can be found above.
- Marshmallow Mobile Data Problem For Samsung S6
If your connection to mobile data behaves strangely after the update, try toggling airplane mode on and off, and then doing the same with mobile data in the quick settings. If this still doesn't work, turn your phone off for a minute and then restart it, at which point you'll be asked to re-enter your SIM pin code.
If that still doesn't work you can try removing the SIM card entirely and then reinserting it. If all else fails, contact your carrier to see if there are any known Android Marshmallow problems on your network.