It doesn’t take much to fall in love with Samsung’s S6 smartphone. The phone boasts a splendid design, high tech specifications, and excellent mobile user-interface. However, despite its strengths, the phone suffers from various flaws and many users have reported experiencing these problems. So if you are considering buying the latest Samsung S6 or have already bought one recently, the following are a few phone problems and its solutions that you need to be aware of.
Apps Restart and Refresh on Their Own
The S6 has a 3GB RAM, which is more than enough to open and use apps seamlessly. However, due to unknown reasons, the apps either refresh or restart by themselves as if the phone has insufficient memory. This can make the mobile experience very irritating and even when you check the Smart Manager, you will not find the cause of the problem.
A good way to resolve this is firstly by uninstalling apps that you do not use frequently or take too much memory, such as Facebook Messenger and Facebook. If you can convince yourself and get used to checking Facebook from your mobile phone browser, it can make a substantial difference to the problem. On a more positive note, it is expected that Samsung will take notice of the issue and roll out a software update to eliminate the problem altogether.
Poor Battery Life
Smartphone are generally not known for high battery life. However, the S6 has proven to be far more disappointing with regards to phone battery performance considering how many users have to recharge their phone batteries on a daily basis.
A workaround for this problem is to implement battery saving tips, such as setting your screen brightness to a minimum, turning off Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and 3G/4G. Closing memory-draining apps, such as WhatsApp and Facebook can also make a big difference. Furthermore, you can also turn off sync while browsing the internet to ensure that a considerable amount of battery is saved in updating apps, emails, and other notifications.
Low Call Volume
Another frequent complaint made by users is that the call volume during calls is too low. Callers on the other end of the call are unable to hear the other person. Some suggest that the issue is with the speaker; others say it is due to a problem with the microphone.
An easy temporary way to sort out this problem is to speak via a Bluetooth headset. This can be a good way of ensuring your hardware is working properly. If you notice that the volume is fine, then the problem is most likely due to your speaker or microphone. Another workaround for this is to turn on the speaker volume and check if the volume is fine. However, if the problem persists for too long, be sure to contact your phone carrier or retailer and request them to replace the headset.
In short, the aforementioned are some of the problems Samsung S6 users experience. Knowing how to solve them is important for improving your phone experience. Nevertheless, it is advised that you contact your phone carrier or retailer for permanent solutions.
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