Google/Samsung/Verizon pushed the latest update at me about a week ago and I'm pissed. They broke my phone! Everything was working fine and now I have apps that won't run, apps that crash randomly, wifi and bluetooth cycles. Two factory resets have not solved anything. Verizon is replacing my phone under warranty and when it gets here I'm rooting it. I'm sick and tired of these a$$holes forcing my phones into obsolescence.
i actually really like the update. i had a few glitches on my s6 and i kept postponing the update at first. But when i finally went and did it, my phone started working so much better.
updated need not to be mandatory tired of updates of i want to update my phone i should have a choice¬ have go constantly push later
after update I have no sms notification sounds or vibration. everything else had its sounds working just fine. I use text the most, and this is a very very big problem for me especially at work. have looked all over trying to fix it, no dice.... great update....
My gallaxy6 did the latest update, now my battery won't stay charged. Before it would last all day, now I can't get 2 hours. I keep getting a meesage that it can't connect to server on anything I attempt to view.
why does it force to install update if I really don't want to update my android Samsung s6. I just updated my phone after installation done it ask me again for software update.. what the hell is goin on with android. Last time (a month ago) same kind of updates were popping up in my phone but I ignored as much as I could , but at last it went bad and won't unlock my phone. I lost my all data as I had to finally reset my phone to factory setting through my computer.
My back button and recent app button don't work after last eat update. Wth Samsung. How do I fix this?????
First and most important, I lose network several times a day from one second to another, the interface it's slower, it takes more time to charge, the battery is draining faster and there are a lot of new annoying screens. I don't know if there's anything good on this last update.
I woke up this morning to the update finished installing. My phone was at 25% battery somehow and my messenger app would not open. The phone then restarted itself 3 times in the hour I had before work and was at 3% upon my arrival. Not worth mentioning how slow and buggy the interface was as well..
After the upgrade on my S6, the back button and the recent apps button are dead. They had the same problem last year and many wrote in suggestions for how to get the buttons to work, but none of those suggestions worked this time. It is a disgrace that they would issue an update without having tested it on a phone as common as the S6.
AnonD-552250, 23 Jun 2016I am totally disgusted with the new the latest update to this phone. No longer can I use my sp... moreI found out that if you press on and hold the setting icon on the keyboard when in a text message the speaker for text to speach option pops up a long with some other options. Click on it and it will switch from the setting icon to the speaker. This is the button that is to the right of the "sym" button.
June Security patch update came along with WiFi auto off issue😑 do anyone else experiencing the same?
Galaxy s5, got marshmallow update, worked ok for a day. Then BAM locked up on open screen with keyboard blocking so couldn't turn off, restart, nothing. Went to Samsung website, followed directions for restart and BAM again, formatted my hard drive and external mem card, Lost EVERYTHING! MY ONLINE BUSINESSES run thru this phone. Wthell!!
I have Sprint. I updated my phone a few weeks ago. After the update I noticed some new features that were nice, was annoyed that it forgot so much of what it learned from how I swipe, and started noticing battery drain very quickly. Each day it got worse, until it started powering down at 50-70% and working only after a using the power button/volume down combination. I took it to a Sprint store any they said there was nothing they could do. The tech mentioned that Samsung released this update and won't acknowledge the issue until after they release a patch to try and correct it. Store employees have no fix and are not authorized to do anything except sell me a new phone with no benefit from my repair plan I pay monthly for. He did say I could go to Best Buy and to the "Samsung Experience" to roll back the firmware and hope it helps. And that some of these kiosks can do this. It sounded like I would be lucky to get any results and have not tried this. Either way I find it ridiculous and will not be buying a Samsung phone again. At this point I am lucky if it powers up at all. It has become very picky on what charger will even work and only will boot up while plugged in. >:-(
My battery does not even last till 10 in the morning... i have to charge it 3 times a day. It gets stuck and started to hang every now and again. It also gets very hot.
After the recent update, my phone keeps on auto-refreshing especially when browsing. At first, I thought I am accidentally clicking on the screen or something. But when I monitored it laid flat on the table, it refreshes the page on its own. Plus the battery drains soooo fast. :(
little annoyed lady, 04 Jul 2016Completed latest update, phone is currently sat on my desk not being used and the batter which... moreYes mine was at 100% this morning at 8am and now its on 55% hardly used. Last update shit phone now very slow and having probs. Grrr.... not.happy.
Completed latest update, phone is currently sat on my desk not being used and the batter which was at 100% as of 8.30 this morning is now at 41%. Cheesed off the say the least. Anyone else had this problem?
Absolutely shit update.
I had my last update fine with nkt a problem, got the new one and it's been nkthing but slow and glitches out in messages and comes up with 'unfortunately messages has stopped' never since i got this phone it has done this until the update.
I began receiving the update request yesterday and it is a nuisance! Have searched for a way of permanently disabling this and as yet have not found out how to.
My S6 does everything I require it to do and I do not update things for the sake of it!
Advice to developers - when releasing updates give an accompanying description of what they are for plus the option to disable them. End users can then make the choice if they wish to accept.