Though Marshmallow has been making its presence to most Samsung Galaxy flagship devices, it seems its older devices haven’t forgotten in the major Android 6.0 update. The Galaxy S5 on the Sprint network and Galaxy Note 4 international models are in process of receiving their upgrade to Google’s latest Marshmallow software.
According to reports, users of the device in the regions such as India, Europe, and the US have already seen the OTA update notification hit their Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910C model. Owner of the Note will finally experience all the features Android 6.0 OS has to offer, most notable the Google Now on Tap function, Doze battery optimizer, granular app permissions, among others.
Aside from this, the update will bring a few improvements such as UI tweaks, and the capability of noting down memos on the screen even when the device is on sleep mode, which once only featured on the Note 5.
The update weighs a huge 1.3GB and will bundle a software build version of N910CXXU2DPC. You can try to look for the update through Samsung’s PC companion software or via your handset’s Settings, in case you are yet to receive the update notification on your Note 4.
As for Sprint’s Galaxy S5, the Marshmallow OTA update is around 891.75MB and will introduce the same improvements as aforementioned, and should roll out in phases in the course of next few weeks.
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