サムスンギャラクシーS6 Edge +を持っていて、電話がロックされているときは常に自分自身がオフにし、ロック解除時に再接続します。 私のWiFiは常に睡眠中でさえ常に続くように設定されています、私は私の携帯電話を再起動しましたウイルススキャンと設定をツアーし、この問題を解決するための何も見つけることができませんでした Androidバージョン6.0.1 誰もが何をすべきか知っていますか？
I have a Samsung galaxy s6 edge+ and my wifi always turns itself off when the phone is locked and reconnects when unlocked. Now my wifi is set to always be on even during sleep, I have rebooted my phone done an virus scan and toured the settings and can't find nothing to fix this problem Android version 6.0.1 Anyone know what to do?
The doze documentation strongly suggests WiFi is turned off intentionally to save power.
If a user leaves a device unplugged and stationary for a period of time, with the screen off, the device enters Doze mode. In Doze mode, the system attempts to conserve battery by restricting apps' access to network and CPU-intensive services.
The following restrictions apply to your apps while in Doze:
- Network access is suspended.
- The system does not perform Wi-Fi scans.
If you want to keep your WiFi on, you could leave your phone plugged in overnight.
I had the same issue. I tried: resting Wifi timers, turning off energy optimizers, still Wifi constantly turned off. Following worked: https://appuals.com/why-does-my-android-wifi-keep-turning-off/
Method 5: Clearing Data of Settings
On Android, the Settings app holds all kinds of data from paired Bluetooth devices to changes made when adding a new Wi-Fi connection. Some users have reported that clearing the data of the Settings app made their issue disappear. Letxe2x80x99s try it:
Go to Settings > App Manager. Change the app filter to include ALL apps, including system apps. Scroll down and look for the Settings app. Tap on it and start by clearing the cache. Tap on Clear Data and restart your phone. Reinsert your Wi-Fi password and see if the issue repeats.
Update your phone to next major version of Android. The latest for you phone is Android 7.0
I actually had this same problem on my old S6 Edge. It kept turning off the WiFi and it never stays on for more than 5 seconds. It just started out of the blue. I then updated to Android 7.0 and this fixed the problem for me.