Discover the New Features of Marshmallow
With the new arrival of Android 6.0 Marshmallow,
LG has prepared sweet surprise for you
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The battery will now be optimized automatically when your phone or apps are not in use for a certain period of time.
Battery optimization will stop when you use your phone or apps again.
NoteAlarms may not sound, and notifications from apps that are not updated to the latest OS version may not be received during battery optimization. To ensure notifications are received from certain apps, go to Settings > General > Battery & power saving > Battery usage > Ignore optimizations.
Knock Code Settings
To unlock the screen, the knock code for the current user can only be used.
After you install an app and open it, pop-ups may show and you may be asked to give permissions to an app for certain features. You must give permissions to use the app.
You can decide whether or not to give permissions.
Select Don't ask again to not be asked twice when you decide not to give permissions.
You can change these permissions later in Settings > General > Apps > Permissions.
Now, frequently shared combinations of apps and people will be recommended.
When you select Share via, you can receive up to 8 recommendations for which app and contact to share with.
You can silence the phone in the notification panel or in the volume panel that shows when you press the Volume keys.
You can also silence the phone in Settings > Sound & notification.
Before, you had to use Interruptions to silence the phone. Now, it can be done with just one or two taps.
With this, you can schedule downtimes to not be disturbed by notifications from some or all apps.
Alarms will sound or vibrate when do not disturb is set to priority only. Alarms will be silenced when do not disturb is set to total silence.
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The brightness slider can now be seen adjusting automatically depending on the ambient light when you use Auto-brightness.
You can allow peeking in Settings > Sound & notification > Apps (Select installed apps)
Google settings app is now in Settings > General > Google.
You can now see the hourly memory usage per app.
You can include or exclude the system apps through the menu in the top right corner of this screen.