Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge devices have just received the Lollipop over-the-air update. The update also makes the Samsung Pay service ready for use. Finally, right?
The firmware is up for grabs for those who are on Sprint and are the owners of Galaxy S6 devices. The update offers supports for Samsung Pay, a service that will be up and running in September.
Also, users will now have support concerning Live Broadcasting via Youtube along with High Quality Audio and more. Moreover, if there were any major glitches before this update, you can be sure that they were fixed.
You can have a glance at the changelog, if you want to find out more about the major fixes and new elements regarding the Android 5.1.1 upgrade.
Important: you will receive the latter update only if you have stock Android running on your smartphone. So if you by any chance own a device that has custom ROM set-up, you will not get the update.
The Android 5.1.1 OTA Upgrade (G920PVPU2BOH1 / G925PVPU2BOH1)
The above mentioned update will roll out gradually, so do not expect to get the update as soon as your friends get it. It might take some time until it reaches your smartphone as well.
Every single owner of a Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge device will have the update up and running in no time. No one will be left out, so don’t start biting your nails over this.
You can go ahead and look for the new firmware by heading on to Settings, then About Phone and look for Software Update menu. If you see files that are ready to be downloaded, make sure you validate the process.
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