AT&T has become the second US carrier to start updating the Galaxy Note 4 to Android 5.0 Lollipop, after Sprint set the ball rolling earlier this month. Users across the country are beginning to get a 1.2GB OTA update on their devices, and AT&T has officially detailed the update on its website.
In addition to all the standard Lollipop goodies, the update – which has build number N910AUCU1COC2 – adds a Find my Mobile and Reactivation Lock feature, and also brings stability improvements. At around 1,150 MB, the update is pretty big, though when you factor in the vastly improved experience Lollipop brings to the table, most folks will probably not hold a grudge once their Note 4 boots up post-update.
Have you received the Lollipop update on your Galaxy Note 4 on AT&T yet? If you have, let us know down in the comments, and in the meantime, check out our preview of Android 5.0 running on the Note 4 in the video below.