A rollout for Android 5.1.1 Lollipop has been received on the Samsung Galaxy S6. This is based on the following carriers:
Samsung Galaxy S6 Verizon update
An update based on Android Lollipop for the Samsung Galaxy S6 has been released by Verizon, upgrading the device’s software system to a VVRU3BOG5 version. This will introduce the highly anticipated Android 5.1.1 on the Galaxy S6 Verizon variant, along with various improvements such as the predictive text feature on the Samsung keyboard.
Sprint Samsung Galaxy S6 update
Sprint is also releasing the Android 5.1.1 to the Galaxy S6, upgrading it to G920PVPU2B0F7 software version. This update is expected to come in around 563 MB and will feature the usual bug fixes.
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Ensure that your Samsung Galaxy S6 is charged up to a 50 percent battery level before proceeding with the Lollipop firmware download and installation.
AT&T Galaxy S6 Update
AT&T is last carrier to update the S6 to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. The firmware update comes in a 674 MB size and brings audio and performance improvements.
T-Mobile Galaxy S6 Update
T-Mobile was the first major carrier in the US to begin the release of the Android Lollipop firmware update, stepping up the devices’ to software version G925TUVU1A0F6.
The T-Mobile update features improvements in terms of bug fixes such as for the camera LED flashlight, fingerprint scanner issues and many other issues. The 5.1.1 also comes with RAW camera support and lower ISO settings.
Go to the device’s Settings >>System then tap About Phone >> Software update to check if your device has an update.
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