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How to Fix Samsung Galaxy S6 Battery Issues

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How to Fix Samsung Galaxy S6 Battery Issues

How to Fix Samsung Galaxy S6

Battery Issues

The 2,550mAh-rated battery in the samsung Galaxy S6 is not the biggest battery and many users are having issues with poor battery performance. The phone is quick to charge, but it’s also quick to drain, and a number of people are not making it through the day without a top-up. The fact that there’s no removable battery makes this a bigger issue for  users.

Use Power saving and Ultra

saving modes

Power saving mode can help you preserve your battery in risky situations.  You should adjust screen brightness and kill off background network usage.

If you will turn Power saving mode on then Galaxy runs maximum CPU performance, turn off the touch key lights, reduce your screen brightness, overall frame rate, turn off vibration feedback, and reduce the time before the screen is turned off when you receive notifications.

you can use Ultra power saving mode. Ultra power saving mode will apply a grayscale theme to your Galaxy S6 and it will limit your usable applications.

Go in Settings > Battery and check out Battery usage. we can find power-guzzling apps and replace them, or try to reduce their consumption by turning off notifications. Go to Settings > Application manager and run through the list on the All tab. Any app you don’t use, tap on it, and Uninstall or Disable it. Background syncing is also to be causing a lot of battery drain. Do you need all that syncing? Check in Settings > Accounts, and turn off anything we really don’t need to sync in the background.

Go to Settings > Wi-Fi > More and turn Smart Network ,Advanced and turn Always Allow Scanning off.

Fix Galaxy S6 battery by

disabling notifications

If you don’t Require notifications then disable them for apps.Receiving notifications for every single app is not only disturbing but also eats up resources of both data, battery and the processing speed.

Get boost by remove unused

apps

Best solutions for Galaxy S6 battery drain issue is uninstall the unused apps to free up the space and to speed up your phone. Improve battery life this process also improves the performance of your phone.

You Can disable Google Now & OK Google detection, follow these few steps:

  1. Open the Google app on your device
  2. Slide the menu into view or tap the menu icon
  3. Select Settings
  4. Go to Now Cards and toggle Show cards OFF
  5. Now go back one step, go to Voice > OK Google detection
  6. Turn off all features (From Google app, From any screen)

Delete the large games that take free space, don’t worry the information for most of the games like Temple run is saved in the Game Center, if you want to play them again you don’t need to start from the scratch.

Perform the factory reset
Galaxy S6

If you tried all the techniques to solve Galaxy S6 battery drain issue but none of them worked for you then you should consider a factory reset.

Before Perform the factory reset you can back up the important data.

To factory reset, follow these few steps:

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Personal
  3. Backup and Reset
Restart your Galaxy S6

when any type of issue such as battery drain, performance, overheating or camera issue is occurring. You should restart your phone before you proceed any solution.

To restart your phone hold the power key, confirm that you want to turn it off, and then hold the power Key down to turn it back on.

 

 

 

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