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Android Marshmallow updates for Samsung has been rolled out, with the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 to be the latest models to get Android 6.0. While the operating system is much-awaited by many Samsung users, it is not all that perfect, what with some of the problems that come with it. This is especially true with Android 6.0.1 on a Samsung Galaxy.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has issues with battery drain, performance lags, Gear VR and a lot more, complains some of the users in Korea.
  • Users of Verizon and Sprint Galaxy Note 5 are complaining about Wi-Fi connection, download problems and battery drain. There are also reported problems with the Amazon App, voicemail, Bluetooth and other applications.
  • Users of Samsung Galaxy S7 are encountering issues with syncing, battery life, and certain apps, including Chrome.
  • People using Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge also reported random reboot issues, boot loops, problems with Doze, syncing issues and concerns with downloaded applications.
  • Users of Galaxy Note 4 are experiencing issues with freezes, Wi-Fi, boot loops, lag problems and app concerns.
  • Users of Galaxy S5 are experiencing problems with installation, battery life, notifications and many others.

If you own any of these mobile phones, be ready to face the problems of updating to Marshmallow 6.0.1. Despite efforts to test the operating system before it was rolled out,including several beta versions, bugs still managed to crawl their way into the latest Android OS.

These problems, however, should not deter you from updating to Android Marshmallow. You don’t want to miss out on some of the performance improvements that the operating system offers. Sure, there are bugs that come with it, but Samsung are doing everything they can to address the problems of the early Android 6.0.1.

For one, the company is rolling out in Korea a brand new Galaxy Note 5 with the same operating system. The only difference is that it will alleviate some of the problems experienced by Galaxy Note 5 users. They also rolled out a new update for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge in India.

Verizon is also doing its share to address problems that Galaxy Note 5 users are experiencing. They recently rolled out an important patch for the Marshmallow update. T-Mobile has also pushed out important bug fixes for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.

Samsung end other mobile carriers will do everything possible to fix problems and other bugs that mobile users have and will likely encounter in the next round of updates.