Common Samsung Galaxy S6 Problems & How to Fix Them

Common Galaxy S6 Problems

& How to Fix Them

In this article of fixes addresses the most common Galaxy S6 problems including weird battery drain, Wi-Fi problems, and other performance issues.

Battery life Issue

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.

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.


The design decision that has a number of users letdown with Samsung is that the Galaxy S6 doesn’t have a microSD card slot.

To get more internal storage than the baseline 32GB we’ll need to upgrade to the 64GB or 128GB versions. Doing so isn’t cheap.

How can solve it: There’s no easy way to hack a microSD slot into the Galaxy S6.

There are some ways to improve storage woe, though.  think about getting a memory card USB OTG adapter. What these do is to plug into the microUSB port on the bottom of the phone and let you access a memory card as you would when jamming one into a computer, except through Android.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Wi-Fi


We have see Samsung Galaxy S6 users complain about Wi-Fi problems.The following are some suggestions on how to fix Samsung Galaxy S6 Wi-Fi Issues.

  • Make sure WiFi is turned off on Galaxy S6
  • Resetting the Modem/Router
  • Factory Reset Samsung galaxy s6 and s6 edge
  • “Forgetting” your Wi-Fi Network and Reconnecting
  • Adjusting the Modem/Router Security Settings and even Disabling Security
  • Switching from DHCP to Static Connection on Phone
  • Changing the Router Bandwidth Settings
  • Changing the Router’s Broadcast Channel
  • Settings ->Wi-Fi. Hit menu then Advanced. Make sure Keep Wi-Fi on is set to Always.
  • Settings, more networks, mobile network, uncheck Connection Optimizer
  • Under the Wi-Fi settings uncheck “Smart Network Switch”
  • Settings?wifi?WPS Button and same button on modem/router to ‘lock on’
  • Switching from DHCP to Static Connection on Phone
  • Connect to your router’s 2.4GHz band instead of 5GHz
  • Adjusting the router security settings to WPA or WPA2
  • Enable WMM in your router settings
  • Disable IPV6 in your router settings
  • Calling your ISP and upgrading to a Higher Speed / Bandwidth
  • Install a DNS changer app, select primary/secondary servers to yandex or Google.
Galaxy S6 Performance

You may experience the device begin to lag sometimes after extended periods of use. There is a fix to help secure and reset things to perform better all without any risk to losing your data.

  • Turn the Galaxy S6 off.
  • Press and hold Home, Power and Volume Down buttons simultaneously until the device vibrates.
  • When the Samsung boot logo appears, release the buttons.
  • Tap Volume Down until you see ‘Wipe Cache Partition’.
  • Select it using the power button and select ‘Yes’.
  • Reboot Galaxy S6 after the process has completed.
 Samsung Galaxy S6 Bluetooth

 we will discuss the possible ways to fix the Bluetooth issue on Samsung Galaxy S6.

  • switch the Bluetooth off and then on again.
  • Go to Settings and scroll to the connection tab.
  • Select Bluetooth and toggle it to off.
  • Wait for few seconds and on it again to see if the issue is resolved then.

 Second Method

  • Go to the Bluetooth option > Connection tab
  • Forget the device or devices that have issues.
  • Once the process is completed, reconnect the device and check.

Third Method  

Temporary data is stored in the cache for better performance at the time of switching between apps. But too much of cache can give increase to various  so it is better to clear it. This problem normally occurs when you try to connect to your car Bluetooth devices. However, here are the steps.

  • Select the App icon from the home screen of Samsung Galaxy S6
  • Tap the Settings icon
  • Hit Application Manager
  • Swipe the screen left or right in order to find All Tabs
  • Select Bluetooth
  • Tap Clear Cache
  • Select Clear Data
  • Select Ok
  • then restart your phone

Samsung Galaxy S6

Overheating Problems

Many users of Galaxy S6 report that the device sometimes runs extremely hot. This can happen when playing  game for a few hours and some people are saying that it’s happening without much provocation.


If that doesn’t work, we suggest reboot your device into Safe Mode for a few minutes and leave it sit for a bit. A rogue app could be overworking itself so it’s important to check to see if that’s what might be occurring.

 Samsung Galaxy S6

sound Problems

Here discussed different ways to fix Samsung galaxy S6 Sound Problems.

  1. Here discussed different ways to fix Samsung galaxy S6 Sound Problems.
  1. Dirt, debris and dust could be stuck in the microphone, try cleaning the microphone with compressed air and check to see if the Galaxy S6 audio problem is fixed.
  2. Turn off the Galaxy S6 remove the SIM card and then reinsert the SIM card on turn on the smartphone.
  3. Audio problem can be caused by Bluetooth. Turn off the Bluetooth device and see if this will solve the audio problem on the Galaxy S6.
  4. Wiping cache of your smartphone can also solve the audio problem, read this guide on
  5. Another technique is to enter the Galaxy S6 into Recovery Mode. Follow this guide on


Samsung Galaxy S6 GPS


Below I suggest some possible solutions to fix the GPS not working on the Samsung Galaxy S6.

Internal settings:

  1. Tap on Menu;
  2. Then go to Settings;
  3. Head towards Backup and Restore option;
  4. Choose “Wipe Data Factory Reset”;
  5. Agree with the prompts and select whether to wipe the SD card or not;
  6. Wait until the factory reset process is being completed.

Recovery mode:

  1. Turn off your phone, so press the Power button and select “power off”;
  2. On your Galaxy S6 it’s time to enter recovery mode;
  3. From there select the “wipe data factory reset” option.
  4. You can also choose “wipe cache partition” and “wipe dalvik cache”;
  5. Wait while your Galaxy S6 is being hard reset;
  6. When done, simply choose “reboot system now”.


Samsung Galaxy S6 App


Make sure your device software is up to date by going into your Settings > About > Software Update

If you are noticing more than one app crashing, you will want to try a factory reset of your device.

If you’re noticing issues with some of the apps you have installed on Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone, we have some solutions of apps problem:

Restart your Samsung S6 (Power off, then back on again)

If the issue is with only one application such as Instagram, Facebook or Twitter:

Go to Settings > Applications > Application manager


  1. Scroll to the right until you get to the All tab and select the App that you are having issues with



  1. Tap on Clear Data and Clear Cache


  1. Restart your smartphone and test
  2. If the above steps did not work, try uninstalling the app, and downloading it once more through the Google Play Store.

Samsung Galaxy S6

Charging Problems

Many users of Galaxy S6 are reporting about charging problems.

If Galaxy S6 charging is still not functioning properly, try using a charger with the same voltage rating as the Samsung Galaxy S6 charger.