It has been more than a year since Google rolled out Android 6.0 Marshmallow
for its Nexus line of devices. While Android Nougat is the newest treat, AT&T has finally released Marshmallow update for Galaxy Note 4
and Note Edge.
Months after Samsung released Android 6.0 Marshmallow for its phablet devices, the U.S. carrier is finally catching up to its competitors. Despite being released in the first week, the Marshmallow update for Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge does not come with September security patch.
The software versions for the two devices, being MMB29M.N910AUCU2EPH5 and MMB29M.N915AUCU2DPH5 respectively, are rolling out across the United States. With an update file size of 1.3GB, you can expect the Marshmallow
update for Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge on AT&T to bring some added carrier features too.
Effective September 8, 2016, AT&T released a software update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (N910A). You can download the update via Firmware Over The Air (FOTA). A Wi-Fi connection is required.
Software update includes
- Android Marshmallow Operating System
- Video Calling
- Advanced Messaging
- Wi-Fi Calling
AT&T has already confirmed that the update will be bringing the latest video calling and Wi-Fi calling features to the two devices. The carrier will also be introducing a new feature called Advanced Messaging with the newest update for the Samsung devices.
Are you among the lucky AT&T Note 4
and Note Edge users who will finally be receiving the Marshmallow update? Do let us know all the coolest features Marshmallow brings to your device, alongside the carrier-specific features as well.