After a wait of almost a year, T-Mobile has finally rolled out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to the Galaxy Note 5. As per a report by SamMobile, the OTA update is 1,421.63 MB in size, so it would be better if to make sure you have a stable internet connectivity for download.
With this update, T-Mobile has emerged as a third biggest carrier in the US to roll out the Marshmallow update to Samsung Galaxy Note 5. The update comes with a variety of new features of Marshmallow, which includes app permissions, Google Now on Tap, and much more. According to the changelog, the update will most likely delete pre-installed apps such as Instagram, Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp functions.
Moreover, the update will feature April’s security patches. The notification on the update says,”If your mobile device is encrypted, encryption cannot be disabled after upgrading. If you want encryption to be disabled after upgrading, it must be disabled after upgrading, it must be disabled before you upgrade your device.”
Manually Check for Update on T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note 5
Being an OTA update, it will be rolled out in a phase-wise manner. However, you can check it manually by going to device’s setting > About device > Software update. The source report also says that the update might take a few days to reach every device. The update will tweak the firmware version to N920TUVU2DPD1.
Have you received the Marshmallow update on your T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5? If yes, how is your device functioning after it? Let us know in the comment section below.