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I just updated my s6 to the latest Android 6, and it is a buggy OS. The most annoying bug that makes me hate my own phone and everyone who guilty in the bug is: I have to do 2 additional steps each and every time I unlock my phone!
I use pattern unlock and to unlock phone, first I have to swipe, than enter pattern, than it opens 'Phone application' which i should close.
Ideally I want this bug fixed, but I understand that it takes time and will not be fixed for a long time, because this bug reported 2 years ago, (for Android 5) and still not fixed, because it has very low priority. But, I did not have this issue before update.
So, my question is: How can I downgrade my phone back to Android 5 without loosing warranty?
Or, where I can exchange the phone for a new one, that is not updated yet?
I think, I am eligible for free exchange, because the phone is broken now and it is manufacturer's or Telus fault.
Thank you for understanding,
Unless Samsung presents you with another option, downgrades from the device manufacturer are not common.
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