After a long wait, Galaxy Note 4 users will finally get in, in all the Marshmallow goodness. This is thanks to an Android Marshmallow update currently making its way to the Samsung branded handsets on the Telus network.
The update will arrive over the air and will pack a huge storage weight of 1GB, which generally means a stable Wi-Fi connection along with adequate amounts battery power are highly recommended prior, for the success of the download process.
The Galaxy S5 and the BlackBerry Priv got their share of the Marshmallow update from the same carrier earlier this month, while earlier in the year we saw the Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge get the upgrade.
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If the update hasn’t hit your Telus networked Galaxy Note 4, then you can check for it under your phone’s Settings.
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