Marshmallow 6.0.1 OS Android makes us go insane
As a Samsung smartphone user, I got the software problem after the last update during late Summer toward Fall 2017. My smartphone is my “mini-mini-computer” and if I lost the phone, my life will more or less look like a disaster. Therefore, I’m now putting everything on my SD card, so I can do a ‘factory reinstall’ without any problems of losing sensitive data.
Many Samsung smartphone users got a software issue or more or less: we all had big problems with our phones but what exactly it was, none had a direct clew about it.
My clue IS the Marshmallow 6.0.1 OS Android that made our phones go totally crazy, every user had no clue that it was the upgrading that was the issue until we really did a good research.
I found the gold-corn and in this tech-article, I want to share my version of fixing the OS Android software problem in our phones.
1. First, you can do a “Perform Wipe Cache partition”, however, I did it but my Samsung smartphone’s battery continues to get warm. Therefore you can continue to step 2.
2. Second, you can actually download an app called “Wake Lock — PowerManager” in Google Play Store. In the app, you run the app through ‘PARTIAL_WAKE_LOCK’. Because it’s an OS problem, we can’t do anything about it as long as we use the Marshmallow 6.0.1 OS Android software on our phones. There is another step 3.
3. As long as you run your smartphone with the app “Wake Lock — PowerManager” you can put sensitive data on your SD card, even your apps and so on. While you have put all your data on your SD card. You can actually do a hard- and soft fabric reinstalls on your smartphone. Hopefully, you get the Lollipop 5.0 OS Android and your smartphone will work normally again. However, don’t upgrade your smartphone to Marshmallow 6.0.1 OS Android because that will result to step 0. That your smartphone will start to have the same issues/problems that occurred before.
While we wait for Google to produce a better upgrade (soon!!), we have to do these alternatives and have patience.
I wish you good luck and don’t give up!
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