It won’t be long before Android Nougat is released to the public, but many Samsung devices have yet to receive the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. Of course, Samsung, based in South Korea, is working tirelessly to ensure all customers get the Marshmallow update for their device, going as quickly as the company techs can.
A Look At The Galaxy Note 4
Many alternatives to the 2014 Samsung Galaxy Note 4 have received the Marshmallow update, but it wasn’t until July 21 that the update came to Australia. It’s going to be a gradual roll-out, meaning Note 4 owners will need to wait several days or weeks before they actually get it.
The update is going to be over 1GB, which means people need to ensure their phone has the space to handle the software. They should charge their device before starting the download to ensure it doesn’t shut down before completing.
Note 4 owners will get an OTA notification once the download is available. They can go to their phone’s Settings, About Device and Software Update buttons to find out if the OS can be downloaded.
A Look At Samsung Galaxy S5
Marshmallow updates have been rolling out gradually for the Galaxy S5 owners – Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular has all released the Marshmallow for the device. The S5 variant SM-G900I has been updated in India. South Korea has updated the unlocked S5 units under LG Uplus, SK, Telecom and KT. Galaxy S5 phones also received updates to Android 6.0.
A Look At Samsung Galaxy Note 3
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 may not get the Android 6 update. If you’re the owner of this phone, you may need to go to another model to enjoy the Marshmallow or use customized ROMs to attain features similar in Marshmallow. Bear in mind that this could potentially lead to other problems like phone damage.
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