Many smartphone makers are rolling out Android Marshmallow update to their flagship smartphone. Popular handset makers such as HTC, Sony and Samsung so far have received the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates. Now the Chinese-smartphone maker OnePlus is planning to update its flagship killer OnePlus 2 with Android Marshmallow.
The latest iteration of Android comes with a slew of new features and improvements. However, just like any other Android versions, the Marshmallow has some common problems. If you have recently upgraded to Android 6.0 Marshmallow and facing problems using it, then here is a solution for it. Have a look at the slider below.
Smartphone is lagging or hanging
In case your smartphone freezes, giving any sort of software glitches or simply crashes, you must do something about it. First of all check if the apps that are lagging or hanging now are the upgraded to the latest versions. In case if the problem persists, you should try to factory reset your phone. To factory reset, following these steps: Go to Settings > Backup & Reset > 'factory reset'.
Battery draining problem
When you install a new Android firmware, the device's battery drains faster. Instead deleting battery draining apps, you should now take back-up of your data, and do a factory reset.
Is your device overheating?
If your smartphone is overheating, it could be because of running heavy graphic 3D games or some hardware issue. In case the heating issue persists, try Safe Mode or visit the authorized service center to fix it.
Issue with recent apps switcher
The apps card for better multi-tasking in Marshmallow, however it might just be annoying for some users. You might be facing performance issues with your phone after stacking multiple app cards. If might as well happen that even when you removed a card, it mysteriously returns to the stack. All you can do is to keep on swiping to get rid of this problem.
Issues using flashlight!
It might happen that your device's flashlight remains on, even when you try to turn it off after use. The flash light will continue to remain on until you do a reboot. The problem has been well known on the Nexus 5.