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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 gets Android Marshmallow (6.0) firmware update-Verizon, AT&T, T-mobile and Sprint

Samsung rolled out their latest firmware (6.0) update to Galaxy Note 4. The Android M or Marshmallow is one of the stable version that brings an enhancement  not only in processing, but also in battery life too. Since it’s an OTA update, the latest firmware receives to all the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 models. Samsung’s update package also carries personal software for the Marhmallow operating system.samsung-galaxy-android-marshmallow

Google is moving so faster to reach 92% devices with Marshamallow. Recently, Android 5.1.1 lollipop update reached former Samsung Galaxy Note 3 devices. But consumer need to wait 3-5 weeks to get Android marshmallow firmware update.  Are you so excited about latest operating system, Google now allows to experience and download Android M developer mode from their official website.

On the other end, mobile carriers rolled out Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update to the supported devices that brings minor fixes. Today, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (Verizon, At&t, Sprint and T-Mobile) device runs on Android 5.1.1 receives Marshmallow update. We are not sure, latest firmware also include Stage Fright 2.0 and also capable to track the memory usage.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4, an easy way to check for an update:

  • On the home screen, tap on setting option.
  • Scroll down for About phone option under general category.
  • Tap on Check for update option (it take 4-5 min to check for new firmware)

If your device won’t get any new firmware notification. Don’t worry! You will receive the latest firmware update (Android M) before January 2016. At present, All the devices run on Android 5.1.1 firmware. Google will soon roll out an Android Marshmallow update to supported devices.

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13 comments

  1. False. The Note 4 (Verizon) is on 5.0.1.

  2. Get your fact right before writing an article. Verizon hasn't rolled out 5.1.1 for Note 4 which is rather ridiculous at this point. I would be surprised if we really get 6.0 by January

  3. Thanks Grant! These guys are paid to bring our hopes high. By the way, I haven't heard any news about the Note 5's sale. Bet it's so bad they are still hoping to squeeze Note 4's popularity to save face for their blunder. Galaxy Note is a Galaxy Note… You don't have to be an iPhone just to please those iPhanatics… because of this they're losing some of the Notephanatics. Anyway, good luck to this reporter's hunch that we'll receive the update by January 2016.

  4. There basically isn't any part of this article thats true. The grammar is atrocious the facts are false and the entire premise is laughable.

  5. Learn sentence structure, then educate yourself better on the facts. The main fact in this case; Verizon is always dead last with software updates.

  6. And what did she mean "5.1.1 reached 'former' Samsung note 3 devices". Did they morph into butterflies???

  7. Antihero false article from an illiterate FOOL. Stop seeking attention through your misguided and crsppy articles. There is no android M for ANY galaxy device yet. Dumb shit

  8. Who's the editor for this yahoo. We have a Note 3 and still running 5.0 and have read we may get 5.1.1 and doubtful in getting 6.0

  9. Why is this type of report permitted? There is no factual information considering I have a Verizon note 4 which has yet to be updated to 5.1.1

  10. true. they just want some attention from complete idiots. we smart people dont get tricked that easily.isnt that right?

  11. I have a Note 4 through Sprint that has been updated to a 5.1.1 since early December. But i just did a software update and I still have a 5.1.1 Android Version..

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