Marshmallow realesed for Note 4 SM-N910G (INS) users . . .file size 1342.84 mb . . .!!!!
Rachit, 23 Apr 2016Marshmallow for INS is outTrue that...... marshmallow for ins has been released as well
sanjit kanu, 23 Apr 2016Downloading new 358 mb update after marshmallow update..Update is for what
Good phone, marshmallow update have given features of note 5 to note 4 but quick notification panel has gone what to do
Android M update has started for 'INS' models as well, here in New Delhi. The update is roughly around 1360 MB. Mine is 95% done. Just fyi, I bought this device just 3 days ago.
sanjit kanu, 23 Apr 2016Downloading new 358 mb update after marshmallow update..For inu or ins?
Parbinder Singh, 23 Apr 2016Yes, as far I checked these two are absent. Not getting the full screen album art on lock screen.thanks bruh :)...
The 358mb update after Marshmallow 6.0.1, includes Android Security Patch dt. 2nd April 2016.
mayur, 23 Apr 2016hey bruh u got following issues after marshmallow update 1) no weather / interest base wallp... moreYes, as far I checked these two are absent. Not getting the full screen album art on lock screen.
Parbinder Singh, 23 Apr 2016SM 910 G India receiving another update of around 358.59MB, stability etc....... hey bruh u got following issues after marshmallow update
1) no weather / interest base wallpaper for lock screen
2) if I play music no album art on lock screen.
mayur, 23 Apr 2016which one marshmallow or lollipop? This update is of 358.59MB and it is after the Marshmallow update of 1.4gb.
Parbinder Singh, 23 Apr 2016SM 910 G India receiving another update of around 358.59MB, stability etc....... which one marshmallow or lollipop?
SM 910 G India receiving another update of around 358.59MB, stability etc.......
any note 4 (N910G) user got MM update (Android 6.0) in their devices? currently my device is running on 5.01
This phone is almost perfect. I have it with AT&T, quadcore, unfortunately no Marshmallow upgrade. I've been able to do everything with the phone, everything I can think of is capable on this phone. There is one problem, and it's a problem that stands out, it ends with warranty exchanges and repairs. Using an SD card has a tendency to damage the GPS hardware. It sounds so unrelated, but it clearly isn't, because taking the SD card out relieves the symptoms. With the SD card in, finding your location very clearly becomes a struggle for the phone, and it doesn't get resolved unless the SD card comes out. Restarts don't help, reflashes don't help. Eventually taking the SD card out doesn't solve the problem anymore and the phone needs to be fixed or exchanged. This scenario has happened to me twice, the second time I missed the warranty date by two days, so I had to send it to Samsung and go back to my S3 for two weeks and wait for them to replace the hardware. Funny thing, the first time they sent it back, they didn't replace the hardware, they reflashed it and sent it back to me claiming it was fixed. So again with an S3 for another two weeks, good job Samsung (for the record, it is unusual for Samsung to be this much of a disappointment).
Everything else (except the front-facing camera) is phenomenal. The only thing I wish they had done at the time was given it a 64gb option. Still, entirely glad I got this phone and not the Note5, because seriously, Infrared makes a HUGE difference, take it out and you lose me as a customer.
After s7 and s7 edge note 4 still better phone now but anybody say after marshmallow how was the performance of note 4