Chyik, 18 Jul 2016what is the model of samsung galaxy note 4 in malaysia? Is N910C or N910F?n910c it is
Note 4 fan, 19 Jul 2016In 2016 is it worth buying??? are there any issues with this phablet? after about 1 to 2 years... moreHi, i still have Samsung galaxy note 3 and i am still extremley satisfied with it's speed, so i think there should be no problem with note 4, personally i'm buying it hopefully this week.
mohammad, 19 Jul 2016this phone is 3G or 4G? No. Only 2G. Happy?.
Anonymous, 19 Jul 2016Wipe Galaxy Note 4 Cache Partition
Power Down Your Galaxy Note 4(Take the Battery Out i... moreThank You so much!!
Have successfully cleared the cache with your detailed explanation and hopefully it will resolve my problem
Will let you know on this...thank you so much once again friend :)
mohammad, 19 Jul 2016this phone is 3G or 4G? It really depends on the exact model. There are several models distributed in different regions. Some has 4G, and some only 3G. Check your region , and find out which version of N910 is official in your area (N910C, N910D, etc).
Guys I want to know if resetting my note 4 will include the android OS v6.01 which is running currently coz am impatient going down that road to upgrade it again from v4.4.4??
The Galaxy Note 4 was surprisingly the first Samsung device to get the security patches for the month of April, even before the month had come to an end. The security fixes came in a rather large update following Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and Samsung India is now pushing out an even bigger update to the Note 4. It is sized at 523.36 MB and features build number N910GDTU1DPE1, but the changelog is generic with no concrete details on what is new or what has changed.
ItÂ’s not often we see such major OTA updates hit devices after they get upgraded to a newer version of Android, especially not in such quick succession, and itÂ’s possible Samsung is fixing and/or improving Marshmallow on its last Note smartphone with a microSD slot and removable battery. In any case, we shouldnÂ’t really be complaining given how Samsung can often go the opposite route and not bring any updates to many of its smartphones and tablets.
You should be seeing the new update on your Galaxy Note 4′s status bar at some point this week; alternatively, you can try to update right away by heading into the Settings » About device menu. Do leave a comment below if you notice anything new or different after installing the update!
Copied via http://www.sammobile.com/2016/05/17/galaxy-note-4-gets-another-huge-software-update-in-india-following-marshmallow/
I will try this update and inform you about the changes :)
I got mine MM at Settings + About device + Download Update Manually.
Please, anyone that haven't check should try.
Note 4 fan, 19 Jul 2016In 2016 is it worth buying??? are there any issues with this phablet? after about 1 to 2 years... moreI love my Note 4, never have issues with it, durable and the long battery life is awesome.
In 2016 is it worth buying??? are there any issues with this phablet? after about 1 to 2 years of usage will this lag too much??? IS ANYONE CONFIDENT ENOUGH TO RECOMMEND ME THIS DEVICE IN 2016???? please help me out... thank you in advance.... and also include something about the durability of the device in day to day usage?????
DS26, 18 Jul 2016No It's not fake one ...Its the original one which I had received from box.
Since I am new ... moreWipe Galaxy Note 4 Cache Partition
Power Down Your Galaxy Note 4(Take the Battery Out if You Have To)
Press and Hold the Power Button, Home Button and the Volume Up Button at the Same Time
When the Galaxy Note 4 Vibrates, Let Go of the Power and Home Buttons
Continue Holding the Volume Up Button
When You See the Android System Recovery Page Let Go of the Volume Up Button
Press the Volume Down Button to Highlight the Wipe Cache Partition Option
Press the Power Button to Select this Option
Wait Up to 15 Minutes for Android to Wipe the Cache Partition
When Complete, Make Sure the Reboot System Now Option is Highlighted
Press the Power Button to Select this Option and Reboot into Android
No, clearing system cache WILL NOT clear your data. It's just the system cache, and upon reboot, the phone will rebuild the cache from a clean system. Just make sure you choose CLEAR SYSTEM CACHE PARTITION.....not CLEAR USER DATA in the presented menu.....then you'll be fine.
After 9 months of waiting, Samsung still did not update my note 4 swedish to MM. I rooted my phone and installed debloated custom rom