Samsung's flagship from 2014 - the Galaxy S5 - has finally started getting the Marshmallow update. The update is currently rolling out to S5 variants with model number SM-G900L operating on South Korean carrier LG Uplus.
Bringing Android version 6.0.1, the update also includes stability improvements, speed optimizations, as well as several bug fixes. If you are a S5 (SM-G900L) owner, and haven't received the OTA notification yet, you can manually check for the update by heading to your device's Settings menu.
Oh! Yeah bevarci your s5 is bad bog time and i was telling good for u but you people are rude always
hacked? can you describe anything by your word "hacked" ? damm man. either hack or not, its still the same man. even in unROOT status you phone cant guarantee is safe. so what the point in keep your device unroot? just tell me you have zero knowledge...
I'm still waiting for the O.G. Galaxy Alpha, Exynos version to get an update. As far as I know, it's a newer model than the S5. Though to be fair it wasn't adopted widely by the populace. Not as widely as the S5 anyway :/