Galaxy Note 4 (SM-N910C) gets Lollipop in the UAE, Brazil and Baltic region
Samsung’s been moving pretty slow when it comes to updating the Galaxy Note 4 to Android 5.0. The Note 4 has received the update in very few regions since it first went out a couple of months ago, but we can now add a handful of countries to the list - the Note 4 has begun receiving Lollipop over in the UAE, Brazil and in the Baltic region.
The fact that the update is rolling out to more than one country at once is a good indication that the Galaxy Note 4 will finally be making the jump to Lollipop in a wider capacity around the world. Owners of the device have been pretty vocal about their displeasure with how Samsung has treated its latest Galaxy Note flagship in terms of software support, so considering it’s now the fourth month of 2015, it’s about time the Korean manufacturer does something about it.
The OTA is just shy of 1GB in size, so you will need a Wi-Fi connection to download it (unless you have a lot of mobile data bandwidth available.) Go ahead and hit the Check now button in the Settings » About phone » Software updates menu if the update hasn’t already shown up on your device, and or just head over to our firmware section to download the full firmware and flash it manually on your phone.
|Model name||GALAXY Note 4|
|Build date||Fri, 13 Mar 2015 06:46:53 +0000|
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