T-Mobile is now updating the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, a phone that many refer to as the best phablet of 2014, to Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Once you’ve installed the update on your phablet, the Note 4 will be running software version N910TUVU2EPE3. Note that the update measures 1.5GB in size, and you’ll be forced to download it over a Wi-Fi connection.
The new software update includes all of the usual Marshmallow goodies such as granular (individual) app permissions, the new battery-saving Dose mode, as well as Google Now on Tap. The update will also get rid of Instagram and WhatsApp as preinstalled app, introduces an advanced power saving mode, and adds a “vibration pattern concept”.
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