As we know Android Marshmallow is complete package with new features and options. Unfortunately, Android Marshmallow holds few problems and here we are going to talk about those common problems and their solutions.
WI-Fi affecting the battery
So this one is very common and interesting problem that occurs in Android Marshmallow, according to user Wi-Fi is biggest drain to Marshmallow. Lot of Marshmallow users have been posting the screenshots of their battery usage page, but another side users believe that there’s nothing like that, life is actually unaffected by Wi-Fi. There are many solutions suggested to fix this problem. You just need to do that, go the Settings, then Backup and reset and then Network settings reset to clear all your data. Bluetooth and cellular data as well. You can also disable Wi-Fi scanning in Settings>Location>Scanning (via overflow menu) whereas other people had simply fixed it by going to Settings, Location, Mode and Battery saving.
If during the installation of Marshmallow, your phone hangs up then just wait for a while. Often the first boot after an update takes a long time. If the problem of hanging is still there then wipe the system cache through Recovery mode. Now just Restart and again do the installation, if you still facing the same problem then back up your data and factory reset before trying to update again.
WI-Fi connectivity issues
Are you getting spotty Wi-Fi connectivity on Android Marshmallow? Then you can try this, first of all toggle the Airplane mode on and off, if still it doesn’t work then turn your Wi-Fi off, reboot your phone and then turn it on. Go to Settings, then Back up reset and finally networking settings reset.
Marshmallow- Stability and Performance issues
If you find that your Marshmallow is unstable- random reboots, glitches, and staffers, app crashes, strange behavior and so, then you have few options. Simply turn your phone off for a minute, then it might fix the issue. Try to recognize the issue, to whether it’s caused by system itself or relating to app. Now to find out the troublesome app, boot into safe mode, by holding down the Power button and then long pressing Power off. Safe mode disables all apps you’ve installed so you can assess whether the core system apps are functioning normally. If Marshmallow is unstable even in safe mode, then it’s an operating system problem. You can clear the system cache, if still hasn’t fixed, then back up your data and factory reset you phone.
Mobile data problems
Try toggling your Airplane mode on and off, and do same with Mobile data, if your mobile data connection behaves strangely. If this step doesn’t work then turn off your phone for a minute then restart it, you’ll be asked to re-enter your SIM code. If still there is no result then take out the SIM card and insert it back after doing all of these steps, you are getting zero result of solution then contact your carrier to see if there’s any unknown Android Marshmallow problem in your network.
USB is not connecting to PC
People are facing USB connectivity issue, this problem is common it’s most likely because you haven’t selected the right option on your device. When you plug your device into your PC over USB, notification will appear saying-‘connected for charging’. By pressing on this, you’ll able to see four options on your device:
- Transferring media files
- Transferring images
- Connecting MIDI devices
Transferring media files, this will let you copy files to and from your device.
‘Insufficient storage available’ message
Clear out the caches, there will hopefully be considerably more space. For more space you need to uninstall the apps and deleting media.