A couple of months after Verizon started shipping Samsung's latest flagships - the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, the carrier has rolled out the first update to the devices. It bumps the handsets to software version VVRU1AOD5.
It's a minor update as it is aimed mostly at fixing bugs, although it does bring a new drawing mode in the photo editor and some layout changes to the HD Voice calling screen.
If haven't already, you should soon receive a notification for the OTA update. If you're feeling impatient, you can also check for it manually by heading to About device -> Software update on your device.Via
yeah,true,the best selling high end android smartphone is unwanted,lol.
true...is beaty but not functional...best sht sammy put in theyr device! i dont know why people buy them...have more devices with 200% cost x benefit! all of them...but not sammy!