Imo72, 16 Sep 2016Could you please tell me how? I have T705.
Thanks Google t700xxu1cph5 that's the Rom I used. Be aware that I have SMT700 WiFi only but I believe there is a version for T705 out there. I installed using Odin after factory reset and clearing cache. Lots of info out there on how to do this.
I am still running Marshmallow with no problems.
I have updated UK Tab S 8.4 with Marshmallow for Canadian version. I have had no problems so far
For those of you who upgraded your Tab S2, how is the performance and battery life? I'm kinda scared to hit the update button as my HTC m8 has had terrible battery life since the update.
AnonD-530455, 26 Apr 2016Where is the Galaxy TAB S MM release? I couldn't care less about the downgraded TAB S2, I want... moreYes i completly agree with you there i have the tab s 8.4 and yes this is so much better then the tab s2 its crap! Samsung should support their old devices its not right to release a new device and end support for it in the next few years whats the point of buying one?, someone should make a comlaint to samsung for the tAb s is the best theyve ever made and they know it!
Serious trouble with vesion 6.0.1
On galaxy SM-T815 since this version was installed the guest profile is accessible with no restriction i could not delete it or put a finger print or even an acess code that means if the tablet is stolen it can be used
Just received OTA update from 5.1.1 to 6.0.1 on my Galaxy Tab S2 9.7" 64 gb wifi-only model SM-T810. I'm near Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Samsung is now the company you can't depend on. I have been buying their devices from the Tab 2 to the Tab A and every update has been slow to none. I stopped at the Tab A because my Tab S and S5 phone sit with no update. Wanna beat Apple and sell more devices Samsung,fix this. It's simple it's called support what you sell.
Anonymous, 26 Apr 2016This is what I love about Samsung. At least their model gets some android version upgrades. No... moreLOL true, Samsung have stepped up their game big time when it comes to software and security updates. And if you don't own a phone from one of the very few big Chinese brands then you are out of luck the very day you bought it.