Android 6.0 is the most recent real form of Google's OS. It is available in basically all the applicable handsets that have propelled in the previous months. A portion of the most recent year leader gadgets, additionally keep running on it out of the case or have been overhauled to Android 6.0. One of the principle new components of Marshmallow is the alleged Doze Mode. What the Doze mode does is, the point at which your cell phone has been stationary and not moving for some time, then the Doze-Mode kicks in and stop any repetitive procedures that may keep running with a specific end goal to spare battery.
While the Doze-Mode sounds awesome, the aftereffects of the new component have not been pivotal. A few clients appear to have found the motivation behind why Doze-Mode isn't rolling out as quite a bit of an improvement as it ought to, and also the conceivable explanation for irregular battery channels on cell phones like Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. By the looks of it, it gives the idea that there is an issue with Android's implicit "Reinforcement my information" highlight.
A few clients say that killing the component enhanced their battery life. In any case, as indicated by a few clients, the issue is somewhat more mind boggling than that. Turns out, if your cell phone's Wi-Fi is ON, and you charge it, the reinforcement bug will be actuated. After that, the bug will stay dynamic and will keep your telephone wakeful for drawn out stretches of time. A few clients reported that a basic reboot deals with the issue. Others said that they needed to boot their gadget in Recovery mode and clear all their reserve, then make a point to keep Backup off so as to have the capacity to appreciate Doze mode.
Killing the reinforcement should be possible effectively and it won't stop your Google Drive, Photos, or different administrations from matching up. Here is the means by which to kill the reinforcement highlight in you cell phone:
Go to Settings > Backup & Reset > Back up my data > OFF > Reboot
On the off chance that the above arrangement doesn't work follow up with this:
Turn phone off > Boot in recovery (hold power+volume up or down, contrasts by model) > Wipe cache and Dalvik cache
A few clients reported that the Google Play Services 9 patch has settled the issue on their gadgets also. So on the off chance that you are confronting such issues, attempt the alternatives above and do share your involvement in the remarks area.