If you found any problems on your Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 edge, this has mostly to do with Android firmware. The problems can be:
- The Samsung Galaxy S6 is overheating while using apps.
- The Samsung Galaxy S6 battery runs out of power quickly.
- The Samsung Galaxy S6 screen goes black.
If you experience the above mentioned problems, you can try to fix the problems using Wipe Cache Partition. This method deletes temporary system files. In which if there are incorrect temporary files, they can cause problems and errors. That’s why we need to perform a wipe cache partition to delete them on the Samsung Galaxy S6.
It’s safe to do, because it doesn’t delete the personal data. Process it as follows:
Turn off your Galaxy S6 completely, and then you have to press the following buttons to turn on the phone again: Power+Volume Up+Home button.
If you notice that the phone vibrates once, release the power button and keep pressing the other two buttons until a small menu appears on the screen.
Mark the entry “Wipe Cache Partition” using the Volume down key. Select the entry using the power button and the process is started. Usually, the process takes a few seconds, and then previous display menu appears again. Now select the first entry “Reboot System Now” and run the entry using the power button. Your Samsung Galaxy S6 will reboot.
Now, the reboot might take a few seconds longer. After that, you will not notice your Galaxy S6 gets errors, like overheating, black screen or battery drain.
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