Unlike other US carriers, T-Mobile took it slow and waited many weeks to release Android 6.0 Android Marshmallow to its Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge owners, but that moment has arrived and the latter device has just received the update over the air. The installation file weighs in at 1.52GB and we suggest you to connect to a wireless network before downloading it. On the other hand, AT&T is upgrading Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ to 6.0.1 Marshmallow.
Note Edge owners who are customers of T-Mobile will receive software version N915TUVU2CPE3 of Android 6.0 Marshmallow in the next few days, but those who don’t have patience can manually check for the update by heading to their device’s Settings > About device > Software update.
Two other Samsung smartphones that are being updated, but to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow are the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ connected to AT&T. The installation file for these two models is larger, weighing in at 1.4GB and while the former phone is getting build number MMB29K.N920AUCU2BPE6, the latter is getting MMB29K.G928AUCU2BPE6 build version. Users were warned by Android Police that it may take even an hour to download the operating system because AT&T has super slow OTA servers.
While 6.0 Marshmallow brings new features such as Doze, Now of Tap and app permissions, Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow introduced new emoji, camera shortcut, volume controls, and brought back Do not disturb. In addition, AT&T has fixed many bugs and made other improvements. The carrier has included a new feature called AT&T Video Call, where according to AT&T “there is no app to download, no separate account to configure, and no password to enter.” This feature supports the following options: HD Voice and video, group calls and one-way Video Calls, which allows the caller to see the face of the person he/she calls.
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