Anonymous, 27 Jun 2016Received the Marshmallow update for my Note Edge, everything looks good, but Battery is draini... moreAfter updating you should reboot in recovery mode and clear the cache. Usually irons out the kinks.
Sometimes you might even need to factory reset but usually not.
Received the Marshmallow update for my Note Edge, everything looks good, but Battery is draining faster, this happens to be a bug disadvantage.
Pls when amy I receiving android mashwalo on my N910H. Av waited 4 long
AnonD-497261, 26 Jun 2016Also, comparing Samsung's updating policies to that of the supported Nexus line is BEYOND LAUG... moreErr... No. The only difference is they get os updates earlier. They don't actually get any more support. The difference is disappointingly marginal.
AnonD-442781, 25 Jun 2016My galaxy s5 got it too. Pretty good, seems to offer a similar level of support as nexus devic... moreAlso, comparing Samsung's updating policies to that of the supported Nexus line is BEYOND LAUGHABLE!! I mean, are you serious?
It's such a ridiculous statement I'm starting to wonder if you said it sarcastically, that's how insane this comment is.
AnonD-442781, 25 Jun 2016My galaxy s5 got it too. Pretty good, seems to offer a similar level of support as nexus devic... moreUuhh . .
Are you high? Nexus devices are the FIRST to get ANY Android updates. It's clear you have NO idea what you're talking about. No other device has EVER received an update, patch, or bug-fix push before the currently supported Nexus models, with the exception of ONE FLUKE when an unlocked Sony Z series variant received the KitKat update before ONE Nexus device, the Nexus 5. Don't be bringing nonsense to this site, as it has enough to deal with already.
You're entitled to your own opinion about the Nexus line, but you are NOT entitled to your own facts about Google's updating system.
I already updated my Samsung Note 4 SM-N910C model to build number:MMB39K.N910CXXU2DPF6
Security patch level June 1, 2016
Unfortunately my note4 duos n9100 has not yet recieved android marshmelow why? when can it be updated to android6?
AnonD-89109, 25 Jun 2016Good for them. On the other note they have pushed probably the fourth of fifth update since Ma... moreYou are right.
But what's the clock in the notification drop down list?
Just curious to know?
Anonymous, 25 Jun 2016While note 4 910g hasn't received marshmallow in some countriesyes, my note 4 n910g is still in lollipop. what do you think I should do? (I will not root my phone)
Yesterday, 6-24-2016, I checked my '4' and there was the update. Since Marshmallow was installed my Note 4 is like a brand new device; silky smooth. The update did not diminish my Note 4's capabilities. On the other hand the Marshmallow update sent my LG V10 into a tizzy; and it was 'tizzed' to begin with. I am going to wait for the Note 7 and hope that the problems with the V10 will be resolved someday and can soldier on as my third line.
my note 4 has battery issues since upgrade to 5.1.1,slow charging and drains fast.
My galaxy s5 got it too. Pretty good, seems to offer a similar level of support as nexus devices.
Although that's just because nexus devices aren't doing as good as they should.
I'm waiting for MM on my N4 with T-Mo. Good to hear that Samsung is still pushing updates, glad to hear the N4 is still being support.
Philippines doesn't have that Marshmallow update yet until now. When are we getting this for our device? N910C Exynos