Good news to all owners of Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Edge+ powered by the Verizon mobile network. Verizon has made an announcement confirming that it has began pushing out its much awaited Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to all its Galaxy S6 Edge+ branded devices. The over the air update is set to come bearing a software build version MMB29K.G928VVRU2BPC2.
Aside from the expected features that come as part of the Marshmallow package such as Doze mode, Google Now on Tap and improved app permission controls, there are also a few more features you can look forward to. The update will also incorporate new features such as Wi-Fi calling for the S6 Edge+, along with improvements to the Live Broadcast, a few user interface tweaks, improvements to the Edge panel as well as the elimination of the Amazon Appstore.
Look out for the update notification in the course of the week, or alternatively you can check for the OTA update manually by heading into Settings >> About device >> Software update. You can also get more detailed information on this new update here.
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Another Galaxy device receiving an update from the Verizon carrier is the Galaxy Note 5. This is a minor update, bringing improvements to the device’s Wi-Fi connectivity along with fixes for the bugs including problems with internet connection, random data disconnections as well as issues during the loading of web pages and files. The update is already available for users to download and will bump the Galaxy Note 5 software build to version MMB29K.N920VVRU2BPC2.
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