Android 6.0 Marshmallow heads to Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 on T

Galaxy Tab S2

Even if the LG G2 doesn't get updated officially to Android 6.0 Marshmallow it should get an unofficial update. While we haven't heard anything from LG we think that the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update is heading the way of the handset. In addition to the new features, Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for AT&T's Galaxy Tab S2 brings the NumberSync function which allows users to access regular smartphone actions, such as voice and video calls. Not only will the Blackberry Priv users be able to enjoy the new Marshmallow OS but they will also be getting all the new features that come with the Marshmallow OS including the new Doze feature as well as the Google Now on Tap. You should also have a stable working Wi-Fi network since the update amounts to about 1.4 GB download. In US, this update process is over an OTA update.

More news about when Xperia Z devices may receive the Android Nougat update should be made available in the near future.

Galaxy Note 5 software version MMB29K. The file size is at 22.6MB, containing the latest security patch for the phone.

Most of the time, update is prompted, however it is necessary to check on it manually. When you're ready, go to About device Software update Check for updates. Users can finish the update by following the detailed instruction on the screen.

With this security patch, AT&T's Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will be joining the likes of Verizon and T-Mobile in rolling out the latest July Android security patch.

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