I wish they can push it out like BlackBerry does for the PRIV
Ha! Only a year ago my Tab S was a flagship.
It is still stuck on 4.4.2 kitkat.
Why would I ever buy another Samsung?
AnonD-212664, 28 Feb 2016i have s5 900f unlocked,i recived last update in november.s5 will get every update only in new... moreIf your phone is network locked it is probably your provider either doing custom frmware work on each and every update or they are just being lazy.
My Note 4 sm-n910c have some issue with wifi (no reliable reception - losses signal sometimes) other wise if not geting goodies like (polished wifi reliability, s-comands on locked screen, switching ui design of icons...) is not worth upgrading from 5.1.1!
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2016That's pretty normal. Every android device I've ever had has taken at least 3 months to receiv... morei have s5 900f unlocked,i recived last update in november.s5 will get every update only in news not in real life.
my note 4 wifi signal so so worst ever and samsung just ignoring it with so many note4 same issue.and now that s7 is out there,note5 and s6 will soon be forgotten and ignored same as note4.
They are yet to send the January patch and they are talking about February 😈
AnonD-356210, 27 Feb 2016S6 G920f international here network free last update was in november...Mine was in October
S6 G920f international here network free last update was in november...
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2016How come Microsoft is able to do security updates for Windows OS on laptops and desktops of OE... moreI guess cause windows is ships with Microsoft desktop.
It's a bit like an oem not only changing it to add their features, but change the default installation.
What annoys me is its been released according to samsung but it's a slow rollout. My phone is carrier free but we'll get update after all the carriers.
How come Microsoft is able to do security updates for Windows OS on laptops and desktops of OEMs such as HP, Lenovo, Acer, Dell, Asus, Toshiba, etc but Google could not solve this problem for Android. At a minimum Google should push security updates directly to mobile devices
Samsung update is always news based.... but in reality. Where are our Marshmalow updates for s6 and note5. ???? 0h poor sammy