T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 4 gets Android Marshmallow
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 arrived on the market in the autumn of 2014, loaded with Android 4.4.4 KitKat. Fortunately, this 5.7-inch phablet still receives major updates, and Android Marshmallow became available for it earlier this year. However, not all carrier locked versions got it yet, but T-Mobile has just unleashed the new firmware.
According to the official support page by T-Mobile, "the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will receive a software update to Android version 6.0.1/Baseband version N910TUVU2DPE3 or N910T3UVU1DPE3." The first version comes with an anti-theft update, while the second one features a "Google Voice fix." The 1.51 GB update also includes the usual Android 6.0.1 features - Google Now on Tap, Doze mode, granular permissions, updated TouchWiz, multiple minor tweaks and fixes. The update also removes Instagram and WhatsApp.
The update comes via OTA, but those who did not get the notification yet can always start the update manually via Settings > About device > Software Update.
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