Tips on how to fix battery draining and overheating problem of Samsung Galaxy

Cellular country complaints - SimpsonIf you browse online, there have been a number of ideas and tricks for improving the battery life of the Samsung  Galaxy devices. However, with the innovative applications and add-on that available in the market today, the issue of battery draining continues and you have to regularly updated with the newest methods to fix the quick battery drain of Samsung Galaxy Smartphones.

Based to WCCFTECH, many user complaints and comments show that the cause for the overheating and the quick battery drain issues of Galaxy S7 phones is the newest updates sent by the Oculus app. Surprisingly the Samsung Galaxy Gear VR support with update from Oculus is triggering sudden death of battery life in these handsets. This is also the cause for overheating of these Galaxy units. The only resolve that seems at this phase is removing the application, Android Police noted. Users have reported that their CPU remain cranked up and this avoids the system from going to the sleep mode, which kills the battery. Just to wonder how the cellular country complaints do this kind of tricks?

A post from Android user says that the Samsung Galaxy S7 dropped 70% of its battery in just 3 hours due to the same reason. However, the issue of uninstalling the Oculus app is there. It runs Gear VR UI and if it is removed, you will not be able to use the headset after that.

The problem from this app is its new part called Oculus Rooms. The Oculus VR app receives stuck in the loop of the installation when it constantly downloads and installs this new app.

The true big answer at the hands of Oculus developers. Until then, the best solution is to uninstall the app and hold on using the Gear UI for a while. Once the bug fix you will be enable to reinstall the Oculus VR app once a major release with hotfix rolls out for everyone in the market.

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