The Samsung Galaxy S6 is an Android touchscreen smartphone manufactured and marketed by Samsung Electronics. It was introduced on March 1, 2015.
The Galaxy S6 has a metal frame with a glass backing that curves around the phone’s sides. On the front of your phone is a physical home button with a built-in fingerprint sensor that can unlock the device or sign in to PayPal. Two capacitive buttons flank the home button for back and recent apps; this setup replaces Android’s standard three-button layout, which some consumers found confusing.
The Galaxy S6 display has more pixels than its predecessor, with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 (quad HD) at 577 PPI; It also supports the now-rare WQHD resolution at 2960 x 1440 pixels (2K) at 515 PPI, as well as virtual reality headset displays through Oculus VR support.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 has the most innovative features and a beautiful shape, but it needs something good. For example, The main problem faced by 3 out of 5 people is that the phone battery drains so fast and gets so hot after an hour of use or after plugging in the charger.
So before you buy a new phone, you should know how to overcome fast battery drain and overheating problems in the Samsung Galaxy S6. I am sharing some ways to overcome this battery drain and overheating problem. I have found a few ways that work better. Read below to solve your problem;
Method #1 is to go through Basic Troubleshooting. To do this, follow these tricks:
- Make sure your Samsung Galaxy S6 has enough space. Check your apps: remove any unnecessary apps and any apps that run in the background. It drains the battery fast.
- Check your gallery and delete all unnecessary images and videos. It frees up internal space from your phone to fix the problem. And your Galaxy S6 will run smoother and won’t overheat or show any improvement.
- Make sure that there is at least 1 GB free in the internal space of the phone. To free it up, go to settings, then apps, and manage space by removing unnecessary apps.
Method #2 is to clear the cache. Clearing the cache is the easiest way to fix almost every problem on your phone. So you should try this method to wipe the cache from Galaxy S6. As these cache files turn into junk files and are stored in the phone storage, the phone runs slowly, drains the battery quickly, and overheats the phone. You can easily clear your phone’s cache by using the steps below.
- Turn off your Samsung Galaxy S6 to start the process.
- Long press the home button, power button, and volume up button simultaneously. Your phone will boot into recovery mode.
- Select “Wipe Cache Partition” by scrolling the volume buttons and clicking the power button.
- Wait a few minutes for all cache to be cleared.
However, it will not delete your data. It will remove errors like slowness, overheating, fast battery drain, and slow work.
A factory reset is the third method to overcome battery draining and overheating problems.
You can factory reset your phone. If none of the above methods in the article worked for you, you could go for this. Here’s how you can do it, follow the steps below;
- Swipe from top to bottom to open the quick panel.
- You will see a gear icon in the quick panel.
- Select the gear icon to go to settings.
- Select “Backup and reset” in settings.
- After selecting backup and restore, select factory data reset.
This method will remove all data and apps from your phone. Your Samsung Galaxy will run faster and won’t overheat after resetting your phone because it will clear 7all cache and errors.
To sum up, you can make your battery overcome the overheating problem by using all the methods mentioned earlier. Moreover, these are the steps that you can proceed to achieve your goal.