Android Marshmallow Update Rolled Out for Verizon’s Galaxy Note 5

8 March, 2016 Samsung

In the US, Galaxy S5 with Verizon carrier was very first Samsung smartphone to receive the Android 5.0 Lollipop when it came into the US. Unfortunately Verizon rolled back the update and released once again after some time because of some unforeseen issues. Right now Verizon making the claim once again as the first American carrier to roll out the Marshmallow update for the Galaxy Note 5.


The upgrade to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow in the Galaxy Note 5 will move the software version to VRU2BPB2 (build no. MMB29K). This update packages 200+ new emoji Google pushed to its Nexus smartphones when the update was first released before several weeks.Apart from this there will be Google Now On Tap, Doze Mode, detailed battery statistics, configurable permissions, and many more.

Verizon will also roll out some features specifically made for their customers, one out these these is Wi-Fi Calling, which will make you independent of 3G/4G coverage. There is also a YouTube Live Broadcast to keep people updated with what you are doing irrespective of whether you have them in your contact list or not.

Amazon's Appstore won't be there after installing this update. You'll get to exerience Samsung's recently released and improved "squircle" icons and folder designs. To update your smartphone follow the steps given below:
System Settings > System Updates > Check for new system update.



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