For those of you who own the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 on the Verizon network, it is a good morning for you. The carrier has begun rolling out the Android Marshmallow update for the tablet today, bringing the latest major version of Android to it. The updated build, according to Verizon’s support site, is MMB29K.T817VVRU2BPE1 for those keeping score at home and it will come to you as an OTA update. You can expect about a 1GB download which you will need to do via Wi-Fi and once you have the download, the installation will take about 20-30 minutes and require a reboot.
If you are on the T-Mobile network and have a Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge, you will want to check for a small but important security update that has been released by the carrier. The update brings a security fix to the device although the details of exactly what was fixed is not explicitly laid out in the release notes. It isn’t the May Android Security update as that came earlier in the month so this is a separate fix from that release. On the Galaxy S7, you are looking for build G930TUVS3APD8 while on the S7 Edge, you will want to look for build G935TUVU3APD8.
Good news Samsung Galaxy S5 users who are on T-Mobile: Android Marshmallow is coming your way. T-Mobile has updated the Software support page for the Galaxy S5 on their support site and have indicated that the update to the latest version of Android is starting to roll out to devices today. The builds you are looking for are G900T3UVU1GPE1 OR G900TUVU1GPE1 depending on your device model and when you update, you will be moved to Marshmallow 6.0.1. You will also need to download the update over Wi-Fi as it weighs in at just over 1GB in size.