When it comes to Samsung Galaxy S6 Battery Life, the phone can easily make you fall in love with its charger cable. For moderate users, running out of battery is no big deal on your S6. It doesn’t hurt when you’re in office or home but things can be pretty irritating when your phone shows that annoying low battery signal in places where you can’t quench the dying battery’s thirst.
Considering all the hi-tech features, sleek and modern design of the S6, most users would say that it is a problem “worth it.” Although there has not been any official fix from the developers yet but digging deep into some of the helpful resources, we have created a list of useful tips that can give few extra hours to your battery…and in most cases, this is all you need.
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1. Wi-Fi Network
If you’re troubled with low battery signals every time, make sure that your Wi-Fi network is set to 2.4 GHz instead of 5GHz. Also, try turning off the Wi-Fi while you’re travelling to prevent your phone from continuing to search for Wi-Fi networks.
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2. Smart Network Switch
Make sure that your Smart Switch is off. You can do this by clicking “settings” then “wifi”. Now click on “more” which can be located at the top right of your screen. Simply turn off the Smart Switch here. What it does is it automatically switches you to mobile data in places where Wi-Fi connection is not stable.
3. Wi-Fi Calling
If you’re on a network that supports Wi-Fi calling, it is better to turn the feature off.
Some users with heavy smartphone usage say that disabling VoLTE feature from their phones helps in getting the most out of their battery.
5. Get rid of Unwanted Apps
Unwanted apps on your Samsung Galaxy S6 might have no direct link to the battery life but some users have found it useful. Deleting apps like T-Mobile TV or other apps from the carrier are not likely to hurt you but may prove useful for the battery.
6. Cleaning Device Cache
Files just add up and sit nicely in your cache. This may hurt your battery life. It is advisable to clean your device cache every now and then. To do this, hold the power + volume up + home button and wait as your phone gets into boot recovery. Scroll down to select “Wipe Cache Partition” and you’re done.
If you have not updated your phone or apps for some time, it is something that you should do now. Some outdated apps and programs can play their part in draining the life out of your battery.
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