Just a few weeks ago, we told you that Samsung Galaxy S6 users were experiencing a major problem, just after updating to the latest version of Android . Some claimed that in reality, this problem was there long before. We refer to the disappearance of some icons on the panel Quick Settings or Quick Settings , if you want to use the original nomenclature. From there we have the possibility to activate or deactivate certain functions in a more agile way, without having to access the guts of the equipment. Some users, they say, began to suffer from this problem sporadically and without the need to have made any updates. Simplythe icon or toggle to activate or deactivate the data connection disappeared from the map . Some users also saw how other icons also disappeared without being able to do anything to recover them.
During the days prior to the birth of this problem, many users and experts brought up alternative solutions and small subterfuges that sometimes worked, but sometimes did not. Today, luckily, we have an official solution that Samsung has already presented and that you can apply to your phone from now on.
As you know, the problem is latent in both the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge , so if you have this problem, you can apply this solution to both devices, whatever you have in your pocket. We recommend the following:
1) Open or unlock your Samsung Galaxy S6 or Samsung Galaxy S Edge . Now access the main menu and click on the Samsung application store . It's called Galaxy Apps .
2) Next, you can do a search through the upper search box , which you will find within the application itself. Type the following: Quickpanel Restore . This is the name of the app that Samsung has created specifically to resolve this issue. Its mission is none other than to restore the icons that should appear, yes or yes, in the Quick Settings panel .
3) Download the application. You will see that all you have to do is start the process of updating the panel Quick Settings or Quick Settings . Nothing else.
4) The app only has a central button, in which you can read the word Restore on a blue background , the typical color that accompanies Samsung devices and specifically, the Material Design interface .
5) Once this button is pressed, you will see that the icons return by themselves to their place , so you will not have to do anything else.
6) If you have finished and are not going to use this application anymore (in fact, if the problem has been corrected, it will not make much sense for you to continue keeping this app) you can uninstall it following the usual procedure .