Anonymous, 19 Jan 2017The Note 4 is using 32bit Chipset.. Nougat requires 64bit Chipsetoh please. There are already Nougat ROMs available for N910F.
I once heard a joke. 'Android' and 'security' were used in the same sentence. x)
Why do they even try? Android is a lost case when it comes to security. Even an old Symbian phone is more secure than this.
I think it's possible will get nuggat and I hope is soon because marshmallow really tooks too long in arrive.
This is by far the best phone samsung ever made. Briliant design, great screen, good camera, removable battery (I have two batteries and separate battery charger, its great not to be tied to a wall) nice grippy back cover, metal frame and all that. Only thing missing wpuld be waterproofing but it makes no real difference for me. I love universal remote control and s pen comes handy from time to time! Really wish for new phone like that, without all glass body and all that... I will stick with mine till it dies and when it dies I will get it fixed.
Hey guys!My samsung note 4 was updating and then the battery goes down and the phone turns off. When i again turned it on the software update show yhat it is connecting to server and the phone is no updating. Can anyone help me
It is nice to see support for the Note 4 after two and a half years later! This is by far the best Samsung phone they've rolled out. It's been more reliable than the last 6 work cell phones that I've used (and that crapped out on me) since 2014. And I have dropped this phone more times than I can even count. I really don't want to part with it any time soon.
But when I finally do, I'll still continue to use it as a universal remote.
Better don't update ur galaxy note 4. They will give one disadvantage feature always every time like galaxy s5 can't move application to sd card or other problem. Better Root ur phone :)
Well, good luck as almost every manufacturer (even google) update their phones to 2 major android version then leave them...
AnonD-27765, 18 Jan 2017Why tf do Android phones have "security updates?" This is supposed to be smartphones not Windo... moreSamsung devices include technology (SE for Android) to help secure your device.
This technology uses a set of updatable policy files designed to help protect your device data.
As new threats are detected, Samsung updates the security policies on the device to prevent these new attacks.
This feature is always enabled and allows your device to be protected after a threat is detected, instead of waiting for the next scheduled software upgrade.
Installing this update ensures that you have up-to-date protections for your device.
For more on SE for Android or for tips on securing your device, please visit https://www.samsungknox.com/products/knox-workspace/how-to/lock-down-android.
AnonD-632062, 18 Jan 2017I wish that would happen too but we are hoping against hope here. The Note 4 still remains one... moreAndroid smartphones are no less than a 'computer for your pocket'. Wait till next year when laptops will also be based on Android and ARM
Well! another security update from samsung for Jan17' (400+mb). I mean c'mon samsung you can do better than this. Well security updates are welcome, but we Note 4 users are craving for Nougat. I mean we were your priority customers a few years back right? Now why such a step brother treatment when you have Note 7 & S7,now S8 customers? If this is your so called post sales customer service, i won't buy any samsung phones next time as there are many brands out now these days who priorities their valued customers and provide them with not just security updates but also the latest global updates. So if you value us then roll out Nougat or else this is my last Samsung and so will be same for all my folks.
AnonD-27765, 18 Jan 2017Why tf do Android phones have "security updates?" This is supposed to be smartphones not Windo... moreAre you serious right now? These updates are to prevent malicious attacks and exploits on your phone. If there weren't any security updates your phone would be at risk when people discover new exploits