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Missing Data Toggle or Missing Data Button Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge - How to Restore Data Toggle Button on Samsung Galaxy S6

If you're like me and have had the data button go missing on your Samsung Galaxy S6 or Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, then this solution is for you.

On your Samsung Galaxy S6 / Edge
  1. Look for and open the "Galaxy Apps" application market
  2. Search for "QuickPanel Restore"

Once this is done, run the application and tell it to restore the toggle. The toggle should be there the next time you swipe down or right after rebooting your phone.

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