Samsung, you never looked after any existing customer! where is the security update for my Galaxy Note N-910g, paid $800 for my phone and still no security update that is supposedly monthly and Android M is still missing for a very long time, it is ridiculous, pathethic, and narrow minded.
Seriously why would anyone ever buy another Samsung product....over my dead body I would! Our family have owned galaxy s2,s3,s4,s5, and Note, 1,2, 3 and 4 and but NO MORE.
You are doing a really good job in getting rid of existing loyal customer due to your greed of forcing people to upgrade their handsets but watch this space..... it is going to backfire on you eventually; and when people like myself had enough they will never look back again....Good Bye!
RAY, 03 Feb 2016sammy's biggest flagship still didnt get the android M? ARE YOU SERIOUSE? when will get the fi... moreHate you samsung i never buy again Samsung i can't wait more for M. My note 4 sm-n910g still on kitkit 4.4.4 what the f**k. Really am upset about this.
The Android 6.0 Marshmallow software was previously promised by the South Korean tech titan to be rolled out in the first quarter of 2016 for Galaxy Note 4 Models. As revealed by a British news site last November 15, the device with model number SM-N910G will be qualified for the upgrade. The photo leak did not specify whether or not other models will get the same update that soon. Nevertheless, users do not have to worry for the inclusion if their devices.
If the rollout will already be made available in January, the upgrade must also release to 19 other models of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 across the globe-unlocked, retail or carrier versions. Here's the complete list of the device's models, as follows:
SM - N910C
SM - N910F
SM - N9100 Duos
SM - N910H
SM - N910L
SM - N910V
SM - N916S
SM - N910T
SM - N910U
SM - N910W8
SM - N9109W
SM - N916W
SM - N910K
SM - N916L
SM - N916K
SM - N9108V
SM - N910S
SM - N910P
SM - N910R4
Most of these models have yet to be updated to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop until this year, as they are still running on Android 5.0.1 Lollipop version; AT&T versions run on 5.0.1, Sprint on 5.1.1, T-Mobile on 5.0.1, US Cellular on 5.0.1 and Verizon on 5.0.1.
Previous reports already stated that the device, amid the surging clamor of the users in community forums and support pages for overdue updates, has now been ready to test the upgrade. In fact, TimesNews underscored that Galaxy Note 4 models are now approved for the update, which means the build is set and ready.
samsung 910g was rip and samsung also rip
i am sealing n910g and by new iphone
bye bye samsung
i will leave using samsung if do not get android m on note 4 sm-n910g this month.also my 200friends wiil leave using and buying samsung mobile.thanks
the boss, 04 Feb 2016All note 4 users sm n10g r really upset about android 6. V hate Samsung. In future I never bu... moreYeah samsung has let us down...is this what they do to their most advanced handsets....dissappointed with samsung...i hav 910 g and havent experienced 5.1.1 yet
My Sister's LG G4 H630D got an official Android Marshmallow OTA Update, which is stable 6.0.1 Update. My Samsung Galaxy Note 4 N910G has not received it. I bought this mobile, expecting that the Flagship Note Devices arw the Next Best Updating Devices after Nexus Devices.
My First Android Phone SGG2 G7102 came with Jelly Bean Out of Box, Got Kit Kat and Even Lollipop when I sold it to purchase N910G.
Its already Mid February, it is still running 5.0.1, I was expecting 6.0.1 in the Beginning of Feb. Now I hope it atleast will be available by March 16, 2016..
This really hurts me..
Please Let me know about Availability of Android 6.0 atleast on N910G Version of Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
I am curious and eager to make it run on my device. Few of my friends have already experiencing Marshmallow since Jan 2016 :'(
All note 4 users sm n10g r really upset about android 6. V hate Samsung. In future I never buy Samsung phablet.
ray, 04 Feb 2016galaxy note 4 users will get android 6.0 hopefully on next year! thank you samsungSuperb brother
galaxy note 4 users will get android 6.0 hopefully on next year! thank you samsung
thanks for sharing this valuable information i had done updates but some of issues with this updates :( :)
Either have your own OS or ensure updates come for flagship mobiles within 2 months of new version launch! Otherwise, allow stock android installation for those who do not want unnecessary features of your flagship devices.....Dropping the ball will only hurt you in the future for sure.