How to Fix Galaxy S6 Edge App Problems
We routinely hear about Galaxy S6 Edge app problems that may include crashes, poor battery life and odd behavior.
The first two things to try are restarting the phone and updating your apps. In most cases, this will solve problems. If you still run into issues, try uninstalling the app and then re-installing it.
If none of these solutions helps, you can contact the developer and let them know about your problem. They may need to deliver a fix for more than just your phone.
How to Fix Galaxy S6 Edge Charging Problems
If you cannot charge the Galaxy S6 Edge there are several steps to take. The first is to make sure that you use the charger that came with the phone. You should be able to use any charger, but we’ve found that with some Android phones the device is picky about the charger you use. This can be especially true when the Galaxy S6 Edge is completely out of power.
You can also try using another Galaxy S6 Quick charger. If you continue to run into problems charging the Galaxy S6 Edge, try a different outlet, charger and cable. Sometimes plugging into the USB port on a computer can help.
If you have a wireless charger, try adjusting the placement of the phone on the charger. On some older chargers the glass back is too slippery and the phone will slide out of alignment before it chargers.
Finally, make sure there is not a lot of pocket lint or debris in the charging port. This can prevent the phone from charging. Blow it out with canned air if possible.
How to Fix Galaxy S6 Edge When All Else Fails
If none of these solutions fix your Galaxy S6 Edge problems, you should attempt a factory reset. This will take at least 30 minutes, and you will need to make sure you back up your files and information before you start. You will want to make sure you have your account login information and any two-factor security codes needed to get back into your accounts.
This action will completely erase your Galaxy S6 Edge. Go to Settings -> Backup and reset -> Factory data reset -> Reset device. If prompted enter a passcode.
Speck CandyShell Grip Galaxy S6 Edge Case
If you want to protect the back of the Galaxy S6 Edge and still enjoy the curved edges you should look at the CandyShell Grip Galaxy S6 Edge case that uses rubber ridges on the back and sides to make the Edge easier to hold and protects it from drops.
The Speck CandyShell Grip for the Galaxy S6 Edge is $34.95 and on sale soon through Speck.
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