Samsung's latest flagship smartphones - the Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note5 - received their first software update back in October this year. Now, the company has started rolling out another OTA update to both devices.
It's difficult to say what's new in the update as its change log is same as that of the previous update, which brought call stability, battery optimizations, as well as improvements related to the security of the device.
However, the new update - which weighs in at around 100MB and carries a build number of N920GUBU2AOK3 and G928IDVU2AOK8 for the Note5 and S6 edge+, respectively - does include Android's November security patch. If you haven't received the update notification yet, you can manually check for it by heading to Settings -> About device -> Software update on your device.
When will SM N920I get it?
What does that have to do with software updates? Or are you just looking for another place to vent your frustration? Sammy doesn't need your business go look for those features elsewhere lol
I agree the stupidest thing they can do makes want to go back to iPhone