The Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for the European territory has finally commenced for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge users. A few days ago, the T-Mobile mobile network took to Twitter to reveal that the update was on its way and indeed the first over the air update have started rolling out. This comes after the same update was pushed out to owners of the Galaxy in South Korea almost two weeks ago, which only means to expect more update arrivals in the coming days.
As it is common in Europe, Samsung usually presents a soak test for any new firmware for either users in Poland or the Baltic regions prior to its official roll out to the wider Western European regions. But fortunately, if you own the international version of either Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge and you are in the European countries, then the necessary unlocked firmware can be easily accessed and flashed on your device instead of having to wait for the update to reach your country.
The changelog for both the Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge go as follows: Increased app permissions control, Easy and more secure purchases with fingerprint support, extended battery life thanks to a Doze feature and a revamped app drawer.
To see if the update is available on your phone, head into Settings, tap the About phone option, select System updates and the choose Check for updates.