A dedicated "flashlight" app is gone on the Galaxy S6, but that doesn't mean it isn't easy to access that function on your phone.
Our phones are most often the easiest way to quickly deploy a flashlight in dark situations, and the Galaxy S6 will let you quickly light up its camera flash to provide that with a simple tap. Rather than use a dedicated flashlight app or a key command, you can use a quick launch icon in the notification shade to do the job.
THE BAD Longtime fans will bristle at the Galaxy S6's nonremovable battery and absent expandable storage. The phone has an intensely reflective backing and looks embarrassingly like the iPhone 6. Battery life, while good, falls short of last year's Galaxy.
THE BOTTOM LINE Worldly looks and top-notch specs make the impressive, metal Samsung Galaxy S6 the Android phone to beat for 2015.
Lost Video Data on Your Samsung Galaxy S6
when I accidentally reset my Samsung Galaxy S6 smart phone, the videos in it were also gone and I almost try all methods on the Internet. Figure that most of you are in the situation, so, check this out. It might help you a lot. (And, remember to stop using any new data to the handset as they are likely to overwrite the very photographs that you want to restore.)
All you need:
1) A computer
2) A USB cable
3) A video recovery tool for Android (Samsung S6 Data Recovery will do. A great application, I'd say. )
Recover Lost or Deleted Videos from Samsung Galaxy S6
Samsung Data Recovery works for most Samsung smartphones, including Galaxy S6. Basically, what you do to recover lost pictures are just a few clicks. Also, it can be used to retrieve other things like contacts. BTW, for iPhone, iPhone Data Recovery should be good assisstant to help you recover lost video from your iPhone device.
1. Download and install Data Recovery for Samsung Galaxy S6. The software is available for both Windows and Mac. You can recover deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy S6 on Mac with Jihosoft Photo Recovery for Mac.
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2. Connect Galaxy S6 with computer, launch the software and click “Recover Photo, Audio & Video” to continue. Then select the drive that represents Samsung Galaxy S6 and click “Start Scan”.
3. When scanning is done, the software will list photos and videos by file extensions. Preview and check out the wanted ones, click “Recover” to recover deleted photos and videos from Samsung Galaxy S6.