As a general rule, I try not to pick on any one particular carrier or device because whichever they happen to be, meets the need for some of the Android faithful. But seriously AT&T, you need to get your act together. Yesterday the carrier began rolling out the Android Marshmallow update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Note Edge on their network. That is nearly three months after the last carrier in the US (T-Mobile) updated the device on their network, six months after the first updates were done by Sprint and yes, a year after Marshmallow was released by Google. AT&T is notoriously slow at getting updates out to their devices (which isn’t helped in this case as Samsung is slow as well) and this may well be one of the best cases.
Okay, enough complaining. It’s here and that’s the good news.
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Good news this morning for those of you who have the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge on Verizon. The Android Marshmallow update for the device has been released by the carrier and is starting to roll out to devices now. The update you are looking for is build VRU2CPD1 for those keeping score at home and it comes in at just shy of 1GB in size. That means you will have to download the update while your device is connected to Wi-Fi. After the download, it will take about 20-30 minutes to upgrade your Note Edge to Marshmallow and will require a reboot. As always, I recommend you have a backup of any important files on your phone prior to starting the upgrade.
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