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Samsung issues official fix for the missing quick toggles bug on the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge
Along with the update to Android 5.1 Lollipop, some Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge owners found themselves dealing with a pesky little bug plaguing their devices. After the software update, a handful of users noticed that a few toggles went missing from the Quick Settings menu. Not too long after we told you about a quick fix for the problem, but it was by no means a permanent solution. Thankfully Samsung has already released an official fix for the bug, which users can implement on their devices right now.
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There’s a new application that Samsung has just released to the Galaxy App Store, called QuickPanel Restore. Once the app is downloaded and launched, things are pretty straightforward from there. Simply press the big Restore button, and you should be good to go. Once you’re done, you can uninstall the app and go about your day.
So far the app is only compatible with the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, but Samsung says more devices will be supported in the future. Have you experienced this bug on your device? If so, let us know if Samsung’s official solution fixes it!