While many Galaxy S6 owners are happy with the decision of buying it and report that their phones look amazing and run more smoothly than ever, a great number of users are also experiencing some disturbing issues. For example, have you heard about Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Edge overheating problems?
Well, it seems that the Galaxy S6 Edge device is overheating after several hours of usage or when is left in the heat for a long period of time. All these are supposed to happen, but there are also cases when the issue appears for no apparent reason. For those of you being in this situation, the following will definitely help you solve this Galaxy S6 Edge overheating problem.
How to Easily Solve Galaxy S6 Edge Overheating Issues:
- Could a third-party be the one overheating your Galaxy S6 Edge? Yes, it definitely could, so hold down the Power button and then tap and hold on Power off until you see Reboot to Safe Mode in order to make sure that this is the cause. Then, you must tap Restart. This Safe Mode allows uses to access the operating system with default software in case there are any troubleshooting issues and there are big chances to solve your problem;
- You should also try out the Vitamins for Samsung Mobile app and see if it has any useful advices regarding this matter. Vitamins for Samsung mobile’ supplies fresh information for you, containing Customer Care – Advice Guides and FAQs, a Simulator with How to Videos, Self Diagnostics with tests for your Galaxy Edge device, Key Applications, as well as various Tips and News. Take it from here.
- If all these weren’t too much helpful, you could also try a hard reset:
Hard Reset through internal settings:
- For the start, you have to tap on Menu;
- Then, go to Settings;
- Head towards Backup and Restore option;
- From there, you have to select “Wipe Data Factory Reset”;
- Agree with the prompts and also choose whether to wipe the SD card or not;
- Wait while the factory reset process is being completed.
Hard Reset through Recovery mode:
- Start by entering recovery mode;
- From recovery mode select the “wipe data factory reset” option;
- Optional: you can also choose “wipe cache partition” and “wipe dalvik cache”;
- Wait while your Galaxy S6 Edge handset is being hard reset;
- Then, from main menu of recovery, it’s time to select “reboot system now”.
Is the problem finally solved? There are several users reporting various problems regarding the dropping Wi-Fi connection, poor battery life and not only, so be sure that we are aware of these situations. We are currently working on guides on the most frequently mentioned problems with possible solutions, so don’t forget to check on us later. And if you did also experience such problems and if you have more possible fixes, just leave us a comment.