As the Galaxy Note 4 approaches the end of its two year support period, Samsung has started rolling out what’s believed to be one of its final maintenance updates for the device in Europe. The upgrade — firmware version XXS1DPJ3 — weighs in at a hefty 350 MB and transports a flurry of bug fixes, stability improvements and speed optimizations to the handset, in addition to all of the patches included in this month’s security release.
The full changelog can be seen below:
- Battery optimization
- Improved performance through efficient memory management
- Stability Improvements
- Bug Fixes
- Improved core features
- Android Security Patch (October 1)
As you’d expect, the OTA is being pushed out to the Galaxy Note 4 in stages across multiple different regions in the continent. If you’d like to see if it’s ready for your device, you can do so by heading into Settings » About Device » Download Updates Manually. Alternatively, you can always wait until you receive a notification prompting you to upgrade. It’s worth noting, however, that you’ll need to have at least 50% of battery and be connected to a reliable, secure Wi-Fi network to receive the alert.