Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge owners can now look out for an Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update. The update is rolling out over-the-air (OTA) which means users should be able to access it wirelessly on their Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge devices. You can automatically update your device on the availability of the software. To check if the Android Lollipop software update is available on your handset, access your device’s Settings, in the More section, tap About Device then Software Update.
The Galaxy Note 4 T-Mobile model first hit the market in October last year with a fresh out of the box Android 4.4 software system. The new system update brings the device up from Android 5.0.1 to Android 5.1.1, which is its second official update since April this year. The system’s version or build number for Galaxy Note 4 will be N910T3UVU1DOK2 or rather N910TUVU2DOK2.
Android 5.1.1 system update meant for Galaxy Note 4 T-Mobile model comes with T-Mobile Charging and Advanced Messaging settings which shows when other users are typing, allows you to send high-resolution images etc. It will also weigh at least 223.28MB and at most 677.68MB.
This update which is set to rollout in stages, will see the Galaxy Note Edge N915TUVU2COK2 system build move up from Android 5.0.1 to Android 5.1.1 and will also feature along with a few bug fixes, advanced messaging and video call improvements.
The update will be available for download via Wi-Fi or Samsung Kies and also via Samsung Smart Switch.
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