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Samsung Galaxy Marshmallow Update Info (2017)

As we push into 2017 some Samsung Galaxy smartphone and tablet owners are still waiting for their Android Marshmallow update. Others, are hoping for bug fix updates that solve their Android Marshmallow problems.

Samsung’s Android Nougat update is rolling out but the company continues to fire off a barrage of Galaxy Android Marshmallow updates for devices in regions around the world.

Tons of Galaxy smartphone and tablet owners are now running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow but some people are still waiting for their update to arrive.

If you’re lucky, you might be getting your taste of Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow soon. And if you’re real lucky, you might get a bug fix update for your Android Marshmallow problems.

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Today we want to take a look at everything we know about the Samsung Android Marshmallow roll out as we push into the new year.

You can expect the Marshmallow roll out to continue even as Samsung rolls out Nougat to Galaxy smartphones and tablets

This roundup walks you through the important details about the Samsung Galaxy Marshmallow release and the updates themselves.

It includes information about the Galaxy S6 update, the Galaxy Note 5 update, the Galaxy Note 4 update, Galaxy S5 update, the Samsung Galaxy S7, and more.

We’ll continue to update this as we, and others, receive more information. Keep an eye out for new details.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Marshmallow Update

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update is rolling out for the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus models all over the world.

Marshmallow updates have also rolled out in Indiathe United Kingdom, Austria, Russia, Iraq  the Netherlands, Afghanistan, Croatia, Germany, Czech Republic, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Nepal, Italy, Macedonia, Spain, and a whole lot more more.

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Sprint rolled out Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge several months ago. The carrier’s also now rolling out an update for the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.

The Sprint bound Galaxy S6 Marshmallow updates are huge, over 1GB in size, and it delivers a long list of enhancements, features, and bug fixes.

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Sprint’s since been joined by Verizon and T-Mobile.

Verizon rolled out its Galaxy S6Galaxy S6 Edge, and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow updates several months ago and it’s now pushing out new versions of the Marshmallow update that deliver bug fixes and other changes. From the change log:

  • Fewer dropped Wi-Fi voice calls
  • Video calls using a cellular network will start with a pop-up reminder that you’ll be using data
  • Ensures you can only make HD Voice Calls when connected to the 4G LTE network
  • Improvements to HD Voice Call volume
  • You can now register for Voice over Wi-Fi calling when roaming

Verizon’s rolled out a bug fix update for its Galaxy S6 Plus model as well.

T-Mobile’s also released its Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, and Galaxy S6 Edge Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow updates. These updates will roll out Over-the-Air to users for several days and bring enhancements and fixes to the former flagships.

U.S. Cellular’s website shows Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow updates for the Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. Each listing comes with a link to download via Samsung Kies.

AT&T’s updated its software support page with details about its Galaxy S6 Marshmallow upgrade. The change log includes:

  • Android OS 6.0 Marshmallow
  • Adds Video Calling
  • Removes Keeper, AT&T Live, FB Messenger
  • Adds Amazon to full preload
  • Moves AT&T Mail and YP Mobile to a Virtual Preload

The AT&T Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update is available (with new enhancements) as is the AT&T Galaxy S6 Active Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update. The Galaxy S6 Active Marshmallow update started pushing out in July of last year.

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Telus and Bell users in Canada have also received Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Marshmallow roll out. The update is massive, 1.2GB in size, and it brings Android 6.0.1 and a number of enhancements to the larger Edge model.

Fellow Canadian carriers VideoTron and Eastlink are rolling out Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow updates.

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Telus was one of the first North American carriers to confirm specific dates for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge and it’s rolling out the Galaxy S6 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update to users.

In Australia, Vodafone rolled out its Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Marshmallow update last year. The company also rolled out Marshmallow updates to its versions of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.

Fellow Australian carrier Telstra pushed out Galaxy S6 Plus, Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge Marshmallow updates in 2016.

Australian carrier Optus also deployed its Android Marshmallow updates to the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.

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Elsewhere in North America, Canadian carrier Rogers deployed Marshmallow to its Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge Marshmallow updates arrived after a long delay.

Marshmallow Features

Thanks to the roll outs and the Galaxy S6 Marshmallow roll out, we know what the Marshmallow update brings to the flagship devices.

As expected, Marshmallow brings changes to the update’s interface. The update replaces blue with white and it changes the look of several app icons.

The update also features the popular Google Now on Tap feature that allows you to quickly bring up information on whatever you’re looking at simply by holding down the home button. It’s one of our favorite Marshmallow features. The video above outlines the key features.

Samsung is rolling out Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, the most up-to-date version of Marshmallow, and the final version from Google.

The Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update brings a number of key changes to the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge including:

  • Additional quick settings toggles for Private Mode in the status bar.
  • New emoji characters (Android 6.0.1 brought more than 200 to Nexus users).
  • Improved visibility of notification panel icons.
  • If a fingerprint isn’t recognized, users will only get vibration feedback.
  • A new ‘Install overnight’ option that will install an update at night between 2 to 5 AM.

Samsung has detailed the changes to the Galaxy S6 Edge’s panel.

Galaxy S5 Marshmallow Update

The Samsung Galaxy S5 Android 6.o.1 Marshmallow update continues to make progress as we push into the year.

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The Samsung Galaxy S5 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update has pushed out to users in Korea. More specifically, it’s rolled out to unlocked variants on KT, LG Uplus and the carrier SK Telecom in South Korea.

It’s also rolled out in Trinidad & Tobago, in Sri Lanka for the SM-G900F, in Germany, the Netherlands, and Italy for the SM-G900F, in India for the SM-G900I, in Canada for Telus, in Canada for Rogers, and to owners of the Exynos model in India. The Marshmallow update has also landed for the other version of the Galaxy S5, the SM-G900H.

In the United States, it’s pushed out for Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S5 Sport users on Sprint. Here is the change log Sprint provided to customers:

  • Google and Samsung Security Updates
  • Bug Fixes

T-Mobile’s Galaxy S5 Marshmallow upgrade is now available to users. T-Mobile Galaxy S5 owners can download the update over Wi-Fi or manually update with Samsung Smart Switch for PC.

Verizon’s also rolled out the Samsung Galaxy S5 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update to its users. So has U.S. Cellular. So has AT&T, after a lengthy delay.

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As for other Galaxy S5 variants, the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update is currently rolling out to the Galaxy S5 Plus model in Germany. The Android 6.0.1 update is for the unbranded model Galaxy S5 Plus (SM-G901F). The Galaxy S5 Plus Marshmallow update is also rolling out in the Netherlands.

The update is also pushing out to the Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A in South Korea and the Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo in Europe.

Samsung’s Galaxy S5 Neo update is rolling out to the Vodafone model in the Netherlands. The update is unsurprisingly based on Android 6.0.1. The Galaxy S5 Neo Android 6.0.1 update is also now pushing out for carriers in Canada.

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In Australia, Vodafone’s rolled out its Samsung Galaxy S5 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update. Telstra started deploying the update last year.

Those of you with a Samsung Galaxy S5 mini will be happy to know that Samsung’s finally rolling out the Marshmallow update to the smaller version of the Galaxy S5.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 Active Marshmallow update has also rolled out. AT&T’s version of the update delivers a familiar set of features and enhancements to the rugged version of the Galaxy S5. From its website:

Samsung Galaxy S5 users shouldn’t expect an upgrade to Android Nougat.

Features

As for the Galaxy S5 Marshmallow update, it comes with most of Marshmallow’s features with bug fixes, improvements to the device’s speed, and improvements to stability.

The video above gives you a good look at what to expect from your Galaxy S5 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update.

Those of you with a carrier-branded model can expect some unique “enhancements” and fixes so you’ll want to dig into the change log when your update arrives.

Galaxy Note 5 Marshmallow Update

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update is now being deployed to devices around the world.

Samsung’s rolled it out in a number of other countries including India Algeria, Brazil, Afghanistan, Nigeria, Malaysia, Pakistan, New Zealand, South Korea, and Australia (Optus) to name a few. U.S. and Canadian carriers are also in the mix.

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The Verizon Galaxy Note 5 Marshmallow update is available and it brings new features and enhancements to its version of the flagship smartphone. The carrier’s also rolled out a smaller bug fixer that alleviates three problems with Marshmallow:

  • Trouble connecting to the internet
  • Frequent data disconnection
  • Problems while loading files or web pages

Sprint’s pushed out the Galaxy Note 5 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update to users taking the flagship phone up from Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.

As expected, the change log is similar to the other Galaxy Note 5 Marshmallow updates that’ve rolled out elsewhere in the U.S. and around the world. Like the others, it comes with a number of enhancements, features and fixes.

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Elsewhere in North America, U.S. Cellular’s pushed a Galaxy Note 5 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update. Like its Galaxy S6 updates it’s available via the Samsung’s Kies app for PC or OTA.

T-Mobile’s also released Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for the Galaxy Note 5. The update is available to all users right now.

The AT&T Galaxy Note 5 Marshmallow update has also rolled out to users around the country.
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As for Canada, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update has landed for users on Bell and Telus. It’s also available for customers on Rogers.

In Australia, popular carrier Vodafone has pushed out a Galaxy Note 5 Android 6.0.1 update. Australian carrier Telstra has as well.

Features

Thanks to the widespread roll out, we know what’s on board the Galaxy Note 5 Marshmallow update. The video below shows off the Galaxy Note 5’s Marshmallow software and it runs down many of the important changes.

For more on the Marshmallow leak, take a look at this full rundown from XDA-Developers. It reviews the update’s performance.

For a set of photos, take a look at these Galaxy Note 5 Marshmallow photos. Verizon’s run down of the Marshmallow update will also give you a feel for the changes.

In addition to these positive changes, it’s worth nothing that the Galaxy Note 5 Android 6.0.1 update is plagued with issues including battery drain, issues with Gear VR and other smaller bugs.

These issues have extended to the many other versions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Marshmallow update.

Galaxy Note 4 Marshmallow Update

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Marshmallow updates are rolling out right now.

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Sprint’s pushed out its version of the Galaxy Note 4 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update. The U.S. Cellular Galaxy Note 4 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update has rolled out as well. U.S. Cellular’s website lists the OTA and the manual upgrade.

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Verizon’s rolled out its version of the Galaxy Note 4 Android 6.0.1 update. According to Big Red, the update “has been tested to optimize device performance, resolve known issues and apply the latest security patches.”

The Verizon Galaxy Note Edge Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update has also rolled out bringing new features, security patches and bug fixes to the curved version of the Galaxy Note 4.

AT&T’s rolled out its Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow updates. Both updates feature:

And finally, T-Mobile’s pushed its Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow updates to its user base.

The carrier’s updates bring new features but they also bring bug fixes and enhancements that should help to stabilize the software on board.

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In Canada, Rogers has rolled out its version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Android 6.0.1 update.

As for the rest of the world, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update is out in Europe for the SM-N910C in Poland, Croatia, GermanyKorea, Austria, Italy, and for Galaxy Note 4 users in Uzbekistan (SM-N910H). Samsung’s also rolled out a new Android 6.0.1 build to the aging former flagship in India.

Marshmallow is also now pushing out for Galaxy Note 4 models in Australia. Those with the Galaxy Note 4 there should check to see if an OTA is available.

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As for the Galaxy Note Edge Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update, it’s pushing out in England. It also looks like its rolled out to the unlocked version of the Galaxy Note Edge in other parts of Europe and to models in Canada.

It’s moving like a slug compared to Samsung’s Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow roll out for the Galaxy Note 4 but we expect it to pick up speed in the weeks ahead.

We expect the Galaxy Note 4 to remain on Marshmallow. We haven’t seen anyone point to a Nougat release. At least not yet.

Features

Thanks to these roll outs, we know what the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update looks like.

The Galaxy Note 4 update comes with the new Air Command menu that’s found on the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note 5. There are also some new icons for applications. Similar to the Samsung Galaxy S6’s update.

It also comes with the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 feature that allows you to take notes when the device’s screen is off.

Others

In addition to updates for these popular devices, Samsung is rolling out a number of other Marshmallow updates around the world.

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Samsung is now pushing the Android 6.0.1 update to the Galaxy A9, a 6-inch smartphone that’s available in limited markets.

The Galaxy A9 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update is available for the SM-A9000 model in China.

The company’s also deployed the first Galaxy A7 and Galaxy A5 Marshmallow updates. The Android 6.0.1 software is rolling out to Galaxy A7 and Galaxy A5 models in Russia. The A7 update is also pushing out in Europe.

The Galaxy A5 Marshmallow update is also pushing out to Canadian users. Telus recently confirmed the start of the roll out.
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The update is also rolling out to Samsung’s budget line of devices. The Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update has made its way over to the Galaxy J5 in India and Europe. Like Samsung’s other Marshmallow upgrades, it brings some huge changes to the device.

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S2 Android 6.0.1 update has started to roll out. The upgrade rolling out right now in Germany for the 9-inch model. It brings well-known Marshmallow features and it also brings a multi-user mode. This mode allows you to create separate accounts for family members and friends.

A few more notes:

  • The Galaxy Tab S2 9-inch Marshmallow update is also pushing for the 4G model in the Netherlands.
  • The Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update is now rolling out for the 8-inch Galaxy Tab S2 in the United Kingdom. The update is similar to the upgrade for the larger version.
  • Samsung’s Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update is also rolling out to the Galaxy Tab S2 on Rogers in Canada and Verizon in the United States.
  • The AT&T Galaxy Tab S2 Marshmallow update is rolling out right now.
  • T-Mobile is also rolling out a Galaxy Tab S2 Marshmallow update in the United States. The update should be available OTA right now.

Verizon is also now rolling out a Galaxy Tab E 8.0 Marshmallow update. It’s similar to the other Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow updates for Big Red and those who own this relatively new tablet are encouraged to check for the update right now.

Android Marshmallow is also rolling out the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4. The update is currently available for the Wi-Fi model in Europe.Samsung Galaxy TabPro S (5)

As for the rest of Samsung’s tablet line, the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update is also rolling out for the first time to the Galaxy Tab A. The update is pushing out in France to the 9.7-inch Wi-Fi only variant.

It’s also pushing out in Australia to the 8-inch Wi-Fi model. The update is a little over 1GB in size and it brings enhancements and new features to the slate.

U.S. Cellular’s also started rolling out the Samsung Galaxy S 10.5 Android Marshmallow update after a long wait.

Samsung April Security Update

Google is rolling out April security updates to its Nexus and Pixel devices and Samsung is following suit with April security updates of its own.

The Samsung April security patch is rolling out to several Nougat-powered devices (Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, and more) and it’s also hitting devices powered by Android Marshmallow.

In the United States, T-Mobile recently rolled out the April security patch to the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge, two devices that will almost certainly stay on Android 6.0.1.

 

If you’re interested in the specific changes, take a look at the patch notes on the company’s website. The latest patch delivers key patches from Samsung and Google.

Android Nougat Update

As we’ve noted, the Samsung Galaxy Marshmallow roll out has been joined by Samsung’s new Android 7.0 Nougat update.

The company’s rolling out Galaxy S7 Nougat updates, Galaxy S6 Nougat updates, Galaxy Note 5 Nougat updates, and others.

Samsung’s promised several Nougat updates in the first half of 2017 and we expect all of these upgrades to deliver new features, tweaks and fixes for lingering Marshmallow issues.

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For more information on the Android Marshmallow’s successor, take a look at our Samsung Galaxy Android Nougat roundup and our Android Nougat walkthrough.

Samsung’s Android Nougat update will bump devices from Android 6.0.1 to Android 7.0. It’s not clear when or if Samsung will bump its devices to Android 7.1.1, the most up-t0-date version of Nougat.

If you own a Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge, we’ve put together a guide that will take you through the most important things to know about your update.

If you own a Galaxy S6 or Galaxy Note 5, we’ve put together guides that will take you through the most exciting things about their release.

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Let's start with some basics.

If you value your security, and most of you probably do, you'll want to think about installing the Galaxy S7 Nougat update soon after it arrives for your device. 

Every month, Google and Samsung release important security patches for Android devices. The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Android Nougat updates should bring the latest security patches to your device.

Samsung's initial batch of Galaxy S7 Nougat updates delivered the company's January security update while upcoming updates will deliver newer security patches from Samsung and Google. You can read more about them over on Samsung's website

If you failed to download or receive an older security update (December, November, etc), the patches from those updates might be baked into your version of Nougat. If not, you might be forced to install them manually before you can download Nougat. 

On top of the patches, Samsung's Galaxy S7 Nougat update brings Samsung Pass, a way to secure your identity using biometric data rather than entering your password or ID. 

Samsung Pass is like a master key for your various logins and it relies on Galaxy S7's fingerprint scanner. The biometric data is encrypted and stored safely by Samsung Knox.

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368 Comments

  1. Ben

    01/06/2016 at 3:22 am

    i dont see any difference in this version and what I am currently running on my S^ which I just got a few days ago. The hype and the hype over a few stupid changes is crazy. You guys in the media have to stop making things bigger than what they are, When a MAJOR change occurs, then hype and push it. Marshmallow is not a big deal.

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    • mnet

      01/12/2016 at 1:31 am

      Marshmallow is hug Ben. It is huge because of the features you will get to control app permissions. The “wild west” days of Android apps with their crazy permissions is coming to an end. If you have not discovered all the features of 6.0 yet its because you have not looked into what is really there but instead troll the web.

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    • Emma William

      01/26/2016 at 1:58 am

      Samsung starts rolling out January security update for its flagship smartphones including Galaxy S5

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    • Elijah Abeyta

      04/03/2016 at 10:21 pm

      You’re mistaken. This update is about the marshmallow 6.0.1 and you must be talking about marshmallow 6.0

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      • William Ernst

        04/18/2016 at 3:56 pm

        The update sucks if you have an S5, as it has eliminated the feature that lets you transfer applications to the SD card

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        • Jamario Souza

          05/19/2016 at 3:55 am

          The worst thing after this update is that I simply lost LTE connection. Only acces 3G. With Android 5 I could manage Network Band and select my prefered band, but now I have no access to it. In March it updated to Android 6.0, this month it updated to 6.0.1 and the shit continues. I cannot unlock phone using fingerprint after rebooting phone. It seems to me that Android M has taken a step backwards with my device. SM-G900K

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        • David

          07/05/2016 at 8:06 pm

          great

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    • Robert

      04/14/2016 at 9:09 pm

      I disagree. I’ve had my S6 for several months on Lollipop, finally got the update to Marshmallow from Verizon a couple weeks ago and I’m really enjoying it. My S6 has much better battery life and it performs much better in benchmarks and normal use. It’s smoother (not as laggy), apps load faster, messaging is more streamlined (no more waiting to take and send pics through text), and total control of app permissions (finally). Marshmallow is a major update and I couldn’t be happier with it. It’s just a shame it took so long to actually get it.

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  2. Chuck

    01/06/2016 at 9:37 am

    I’m giving to the end of my contract for Google to jump on manufacturer’s about pushing their updates in a timely fashion. If it’s not resolved within the two year update I’m moving to iOS. I rather deal with a company that updates regular and is more restrictive about what you can have than a company that takes months and months to update their devices.

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    • Taha

      01/11/2016 at 8:14 pm

      Chuck. Buying a nexus gives you instant apple style hardware and software updates. Cheers

      Reply

    • mnet

      01/12/2016 at 1:33 am

      I agree with you to a point. But you have to ask yourself are you looking for updates for the sake of just getting something “new”? Most updates are minor, granted 6.0 is no minor update. Just wondering

      Reply

    • Ava James

      04/05/2016 at 4:21 am

      Telus starts rolling out Android Marshmallow for the Galaxy S6 edge+
      The changelog also mentions features like Quick Connect, improved fingerprint security, an advanced power saving mode, and a new vibration pattern.

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  4. sgtguthrie

    01/12/2016 at 2:30 pm

    I don’t know why I even took the click bait. The article, like all of them here, reads as if it was written by a 6th grader.

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  5. Nameless Opiner

    01/25/2016 at 5:08 am

    This is the exact same article from months ago; you just tacked on a recent date…

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  6. Ava James

    01/28/2016 at 1:39 am

    How about multi tasking ? Is it improved? Or still the apps getting reload when you open from multi tasking window?
    Also i want to share a good news for folks that T-Mobile has started offering a great deal for its customers ( old or new ), Buy one flagship phone, get another one at half price. This offer is only for The 32GB Samsung Galaxy S6, The 32GB Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, The 32GB Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+, The 32GB Samsung Galaxy Note 5

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  7. Jabir

    01/29/2016 at 12:29 am

    My note 4’s model number is sm-n910c so i cant update this to Marshmallow.please help me.how can i uptade my phone to Marshmallow .

    Reply

  8. Johan E. Bengtsson

    01/30/2016 at 4:37 am

    I have a notification now “There is an update that is going to be installed” (in Swedish), but no information what software is going to be updated nor any indication that it is from Samsung. I s that the January security update?

    In any case, I have managed to remove some of the Samsung bloatware (I wish I could ger rid of the awful TouchWiz panels too), so I am not risking getting all that crap back by accepting any non essential upgrades.

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  9. Bishal Khan

    02/01/2016 at 10:51 am

    I am using s6edge plus I think that samsung should give Marshalltow on it please

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    • Nick Stanizewski

      03/03/2016 at 9:26 pm

      Seriously? Your phone came out in September of last year. Try dealing with the frustrations of having a note 4 on verizon. Hahahahahaha your comment really did make me laugh. Crying you don’t have marshmallow. I went as far as going out and buying a tablet so I didn’t have to deal with that garbage phone as much. Have fun with samsung. I’m going to stock android, close to it, or at the worst LG unless they start playing the samsung when are you getting your update game also.

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    • Kim Griffiths

      03/18/2016 at 12:35 am

      I finally got Marshmallow yesterday (17 March 2016) on my Edge +.
      I think that it’s going to be another couple of months before I see it on my Note 4.
      But some great additions I didn’t expect…they’ve added scrolling screenshot functionality & the Edge is, at last amazing with half screen functionality and loads upon loads of Edge improvements.
      Battery life seems far better.
      I haven’t really dug in to fund everything yet, but so far as great improvement. (United Kingdom, Three network)

      Reply

  10. Don DeGregori (@dondedoes)

    02/02/2016 at 7:56 pm

    My MOTO G (2015) wants to eat marshmallows!
    Please hurry before they get stale.

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    • Caroline Eadie

      08/24/2016 at 7:32 am

      If u bought ur moto g3 and just use 3 as ur network pull sim u will get mm update I got it last year bought right from Amazon 3 sim only contract

      Reply

  11. Jason Toone

    02/05/2016 at 4:22 am

    Looks like i got the update today s6 edge in uk

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  13. mustaffa

    02/07/2016 at 12:47 pm

    Samsung you suck and whats the point of making phones that are made for marshmallow which is not available as of yet.i own a s6 and i am forced to sell it either to buy a nexus or lg device.

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    • ZAC

      02/19/2016 at 2:21 am

      I got s6 and about to sell it since Samsung doesn’t work on the updates. I’ve used s3 s5 note4 and s6 but I’m giving up coz of their company systems. Lots new phones, no updates.galaxy s, a, j, note, Grand, mega, active, edge, zoom……what else seriously?

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  14. AL

    02/09/2016 at 3:21 pm

    Mustagfa I agree, I came back to Samsung now I’ll be going back to LG

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  15. ZAC

    02/19/2016 at 2:12 am

    This is stupid waiting until the mid April… so much gap between s.korea and Canada. Don’t understand why they need 3 months to release it in English versions. And Android N will be announced in only after few months. Work Samsung you’re so lazy!

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  16. troy

    02/19/2016 at 11:21 pm

    Samsung you take too long to release updates full of excuses s6 edge i be waiting 6 months update seriously consider different phone manufacturer next time disappointed

    Reply

  17. Elmar

    02/24/2016 at 4:08 am

    Will Samsung use the android marshmallow fingerprint API feature or keep using it’s own fingerprint SDK (the one used currently in S6/Edge)?

    Reply

    • Ramesh

      02/26/2016 at 10:03 pm

      I dont think so they wil ever use marshmallow api for finger print

      Reply

  18. J

    02/25/2016 at 8:38 am

    Note 4 (Canada) here, when I upgrade I’m done with Samsung! Had the S3, Note 10.1 (2012) and now Note 4 and always the same with lack of updates or extremely slow to update.

    Samsung needs to stop making dozens of devices with then dozens of variants of the same device! This is why they can’t update in a timely manner. If Google and Apple can make their device line up simple then so can Samsung! If Apple and Google can bypass carriers for updates and send them direct to users then so can Samsung.

    Until Samsung smartens up, they have lost me as a customer! Next phone will either be a Google Nexus device or (I hate to say and even think it but) iOS. I left Apple for Android but Google hates sd cards, all other manufacturers are slow to update. It’s ridiculous!

    Also the fact Samsung is removing the “adoptable storage” feature from their Android 6.0.1 updates is ridiculous! It’s a Google feature and Samsung and LG should have no right to remove/disable it. Give us the choice FFS!

    F U SAMDUNG!

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  19. Too Squat

    02/25/2016 at 10:54 pm

    Note 4 owner…I think this is my last Samsung. I bought it because of the pen. Used to be an HTC buyer, they converted me to Android. But Samsung, we buy your flagship…and as soon as you’re ready to release the next flagship you stop updating this one! Enough is enough. HE Elite x3 is my next phone. Continuum has come of age.

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  20. Tiffany Lipsett

    02/26/2016 at 4:25 am

    My next phone will either be a SONY or HTC I was really disappointed with the Galaxy S6 biggest waste of $900 ever

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    • elma

      02/26/2016 at 1:40 pm

      omg wtf 900$??? youre crazy. and then you get sober and you blame the world…who buys a phone for 900$?! and an S6 at that… should got a note 5 or s6 edge+ or something (iphone 6s or 6 although thats apple so its not a great choice.)

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      • Jake kennedy

        03/27/2016 at 3:28 pm

        He might be in another country. Im in australia and our 900 dollars is your 500 dollars i also got my s6 for 900.

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  21. Danielle

    02/26/2016 at 5:29 am

    Tired of being told we going to get update and nothing. Cell phone company like government all promise no action.

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  22. PAT

    02/26/2016 at 8:25 am

    I’m in Beirut Lebanon i received the 6.0.1 update on my Galaxy note 5 SM-N920C the notifications panel is expendable and turned from light green to white the color of the folders changed too, i have google on the home button to search on all screens.
    In general the phone is more responsive specially the fingerprint scanner until now the phone is faster, on the browser there’s the new secret mode.

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  23. EugEnE

    02/26/2016 at 8:37 am

    What about the GALAXY ALPHA??
    i think it deserves to have 6.0 too…

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  24. shahzaib

    02/26/2016 at 11:15 am

    Samsung why do u hate note 4 why

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  25. Jeremiah

    02/26/2016 at 5:33 pm

    Hey Adam Mills, I realize writing an article is your job but seriously, write something relevant. This is like reading the same thing over and over and over again. 4 months into Marshmellow and barely any devices have recieved it. Pathetic. Carriers suck with the added bloatware but it shouldn’t be this damn complicated. The real reason for the wait, S7 and S7 Edge. Gotta make sure as many people buy the latest and greatest before taking care of their actual customers first. Yes, its a business but wow…get the ball rolling Samsung or you’ll be losing about 100 people I know who’d love to try Apple. I love Android but sooooooooooo slow.

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  26. Abhishek

    02/27/2016 at 11:57 am

    Thanks for this Information.

    Reply

  27. David

    02/27/2016 at 10:04 pm

    When will marshmallow update be on the s6 verizon?

    Reply

  28. Mike Venturini Jr.

    02/28/2016 at 12:40 am

    David, When you buy a S7. Verizon is the slowest about updating there phones. Ill get updated when note 6 comes out.

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  29. Mike

    02/28/2016 at 1:36 am

    Come on Verizon, get M to the Note 5!

    Reply

  30. Azad Singh

    02/29/2016 at 2:44 am

    I have Samsung gelexy On5,
    When update marshmallow plz confirm me….
    Sir…..

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    • ThisGuyEntitledMuch

      02/29/2016 at 8:34 am

      wow

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  31. Charles

    02/29/2016 at 1:30 pm

    To the coders, thanks and all that… I’m sure that you busted a gut over this thing.
    but,
    Marshmallow doesn’t appear to be worth the risk of bricking your phone.

    You got Lollipop working ok.. You even dumped out a security patch.
    It works… It works well… The phone works as advertised.

    6.0 and/or 6.0.1 for all the fanfare and hooplah… just doesn’t seem like it’s worth the risk.
    Maybe after 6.0.1 gets debugged… and/or maybe a 6.0.2 rolls out – or, maybe after the security fixes for it hit the bricks… It’ll be mature to a point where it’ll install and do what it’s supposed to do without doing any harm….
    That could be a year away.

    Hell, there is even super hype blurting out over Android N… – and, they haven’t delivered 6.0.1…
    Why not talk about O and P while you’re at it…. There are still a lot of un-used letters in the alphabet.

    There is little or no talk about a USA release… thank god.

    It has to start out in S. Korea… and work its way west thru Bangladesh and Botswana.

    Sure, fine… brick pygmy phones if you have to.

    Don’t release the >1Gb bloat code here – until it works…

    It doesn’t even have to deliver the BS hype… just don’t brick my phone.
    and,
    If at all possible – don’t gut any useful functionality – that I had in Lollipop…

    We all know BS when we hear it.
    We know it won’t do all that you say it will do….
    In short..
    Do no harm…

    Don’t release an OS that is worse than the one we got.

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  32. Bharath

    02/29/2016 at 11:37 pm

    Any chance of Touchwiz update on note 4?

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  33. Young_Android_Runner

    03/01/2016 at 6:13 pm

    29Feb2016 > Marshmallow isn’t here yet but we’re already hearing about a potential successor to the Marshmallow update

    Huh?
    Marshmallow isn’t here????

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  34. Mix Tech (@MixTech04)

    03/03/2016 at 12:14 pm

    Samsung Galaxy S5 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Beta

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  35. ead

    03/05/2016 at 9:43 am

    Hi I am from

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  36. steve

    03/05/2016 at 2:36 pm

    I couldn’t care less if I get android 6 because all I use the crap s5 for is texting and calls.
    Can still do that on an old Nokia.

    Apart from cosmetics android hasn’t changed much at all.

    All manufacturers , not just Samsung care about money / profit
    You really think they give a crap if they lose a few customers because they are crying about not getting the newest updates ???

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  37. Blaž Veber

    03/07/2016 at 4:01 am

    Will Galaxy S4 I9505 get this update?

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    • sarcasticdave94

      04/09/2016 at 11:11 am

      IMO I’m thinking you’re 1 generation too old to get Marshmallow. I may be wrong, but if I were you I’d not expect it.

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      • Derrick

        04/09/2016 at 11:19 am

        Does anyone know when galaxy s5 SM-G900A ATT will get marshmallow update

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  38. John Dunn

    03/07/2016 at 4:09 pm

    I am still wondering when I can expect Marshmallow for my Galaxy Ta2 10.1! Facebook is always freezing and not responding well when it is working! Also, videos play very poorly, spooling every five seconds or so! I have added the extra 32 g memory and still has not helped!!!!! My LG5 has marshmallow with 32 g and the difference is night and day!!!!!

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  40. Francis (@maroonedfrancis)

    03/12/2016 at 9:38 am

    Finally getting a software update. More than 1gb Samsung galaxy s6 edge plus from the Philippines here :)

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  41. outlooker

    03/12/2016 at 12:30 pm

    Marshmallow update received today in uk but lol the user manual is now in italian. Why?

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  42. Kent

    03/15/2016 at 9:29 pm

    Install interrupted?! WTF?! Multiple times….I’m done with Android. Back to iPhone and IS.

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  43. Doris

    03/16/2016 at 8:35 pm

    This is bullshit! Galaxy s6 got marshmallow and galaxy note 5 not even a damn clue! Big disappointment!!!

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  44. Shubhashish

    03/17/2016 at 11:27 am

    Got the Marshmallow 6.0.1 update on my Galaxy S6 in India finally today.
    The phone has gotten smoother but there isn’t any change in battery performance, at least nothing yet.
    A couple of features have disappeared. Like, now I cannot define the pattern of vibration when a phone rings. Bummer. I liked that.
    Second, while waking up the phone, the screen-light come on really slowly.
    Third, the Settings aren’t all same like Galaxy S7. There is no triple-press home button for one-hand use feature.
    Fourth, Galaxy Labs is absent.
    Oh well, can’t think of more at the moment. There are many more, though.
    Disappointing, Samsung.
    At least the same software update should give similar experience.

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  45. Maffyp

    03/17/2016 at 3:07 pm

    6.0 downloaded over the air on edge plus unlocked uk

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  46. Sadik

    03/18/2016 at 9:13 am

    Updated my LG G4 to 6.0 ..now I have issue with my battery life..I am sure it was better before upgrade…Anyone have the same issue?

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    • sarcasticdave94

      04/09/2016 at 11:19 am

      Haven’t had that but do this. Clear all cache and see if it helps. It may be in settings or you may have to enter device recovery by turning it off then holding either the up or down volume while also holding power while it starts. Google search for your correct way of entering recovery. Then when you do get there, use volume keys as directionals to select clearing system cache. OK that by the power key. Then select reboot and OK it by the power key. It may help you.

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  47. MARIAH HAWKINS

    03/18/2016 at 2:54 pm

    Having syncing problems with multiple apps with new marshmallow update.

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  48. mercy

    03/19/2016 at 4:23 am

    Updated to marshmallow yesterday…wtf my phone crush almost all the time..n the battery life still shit

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  49. Joe Kahn

    03/19/2016 at 9:00 am

    Note…Tmobile has updated the S6, S6E and S5 to the “Testing” phase.

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  50. Ben

    03/19/2016 at 9:03 am

    Still haven’t got marshmallow update, :(
    (S6 edge AT&T US) anyone know when it will come out?………

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  51. Larry Lumpkin

    03/19/2016 at 10:06 pm

    T mobile will launch marshmallow update for the galaxy S6 edge plus on the 25th.. Well that date was based on my imei number I was told when I talked to them so it may be different for other people.but according to their website marshmallow update for the galaxy S6 and the s6 edge is in testing mode.. Should roll out by the end of this month..

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  52. daniel cambria (@njdan30)

    03/20/2016 at 2:01 am

    tits on a bull are more useful and informative then these space filling copy and paste aticles

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  53. Bob

    03/21/2016 at 11:43 am

    Terrible writing. You don’t have to repeat the phrase “Marshmallow update” in every paragraph. The first eight paragraphs could have been condensed into about three sentences.

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  54. Raza

    03/21/2016 at 6:31 pm

    When the android 6.0 updates roll out for galaxy j500h

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  55. Chris

    03/21/2016 at 9:04 pm

    Got the update, but none if the new emojis. Not happy.

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  56. unknown

    03/21/2016 at 10:47 pm

    when will t mobile roll out marshmallow for S6

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  57. KB_PL

    03/22/2016 at 4:25 am

    Still ‘NO’ Update in Poland for S6 with a non contract tied handset (Direct from Samsung) Nothing coming via OTA

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  58. Smores on a stick

    03/22/2016 at 11:46 am

    Wow! The amount of people threatening to switch from one brand to another and crying because they don’t have the update yet is shocking. Children….you will have your Marshmellow after you eat all your lollipop. Relax. Wait. There is nothing wrong with your lollipop. Wha wha why do I have to wait…Johnny has marshmellow….holy crap shut up you whiny little b$/!@. seriously.

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    • Dan

      03/28/2016 at 6:25 am

      You didn’t need to post if you already have it. If you don’t have it and don’t care, you still didn’t need to post. Let us rant and why don’t you stay quiet? Samsuck is notorious for sending out upgrades late, thanks to their crappy touchwhiz garbage. They have to make sure the newest OS is working with that and thus it takes the longest. This is my first and last samsuck device, not only because of late OS updates (and N is right around the corner), but also because of their rapid charging mode. It wears out their batteries and people have to go buy new ones after about a year. My iPhone 5 that I gave my wife, I bought at launch and it is still working flawlessly on the same battery. My samsuck nope 4 is not holding the charge it once did because of its battery issue. I won’t be buying a new battery, however, I will be buying a new phone. And if I have to sell a kidney to afford and iPhone then so be it.

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  59. Mathew Bolles

    03/22/2016 at 4:06 pm

    I received my update on my US Cellular S6 two days ago. It’s working flawlessly and full of all the promised upgrades and features.

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  60. Preston

    03/24/2016 at 12:36 am

    Note 5 on Sprint is getting it now.

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  61. Jack

    03/24/2016 at 6:51 am

    Receiving marshmallow from Sprint on my s6 edge+ now!

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  62. Charles

    03/24/2016 at 11:31 am

    About the only thing you can say about the Big Marshmallow Roll Out – is that it’s worth every penny ya paid for it.

    From what I can tell…. No one involved in the process seems to know what the process is.
    Supposedly, it is really rolling out some where… Botswana… Bangladesh… the Punjab in India.
    It is rolling of obscure tele-cos… with 10s of 100s of customers… The smaller the better.
    No projected or predicted or implied delivery dates have been met – any where.
    Those that got it – and, it worked – don’t seem to have a problem with it… even if it comes with its own completely new set of anomalies.
    Those that got it and it bricked their devices… simply disappear into non-digital existence.

    There seems to be some people that may or may not have it… that just love it to death.
    They are others seeing it as a cure for imagined ills.
    Then their are a few walking wounded that actually did get it… And, it didn’t deliver as promised.

    Bottom Line….
    So far, it’s a huge non-event… and, that may be the good news…
    Some devices are skipping this promised land – for the next new – not quite there – version N.
    Which one must assume will be as nebulous as the nearly existent Marshmallow.

    This would all be a horrible fate if there was a problem with Lollipop to begin with.
    Fortunately, Lollipop isn’t all that bad.

    These promised improvements are like chasing mirages in the dessert…
    That can be a real problem if you are dying of thirst.

    The problem for the Android Overlords is that they can’t get any one thirsty for the new products….
    Rumors, innuendos, and power of suggestion will only get you – but, so far.

    Plus, if you deliver one of these half-baked products – and, it bricks millions of devices… that a hell-of-a-lot of negative advertisement to get over.

    So, the latest update on the update… is that it is still kind of there but not there.
    No carrier has a completed roll out for all their devices.
    No device manufacturer has a completed roll out for all their makes and models on all carriers.
    There isn’t even a single device that is up and running on all carriers.

    It’s just one very specific make, model, – possibly even a specific block of serial numbers – within a model… pops up with a roll out on – one very specific carrier – usually some where outside the US.
    This is touted as progress….

    Where – in comparison – Apple pulls a roll out and gets 80% of their products updated in a month…

    Still, ya have to admit…. Marshmallow is worth every penny ya paid for it.

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  63. Jeffrey Gohlke

    03/24/2016 at 3:35 pm

    US Cellular S6 updated to 6.0.1 today 3-24-16

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      04/09/2016 at 1:03 pm

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  65. Unknown

    03/25/2016 at 12:16 am

    When will Galaxy A8 Sm-A800F get updates

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  66. ashcomp

    03/25/2016 at 5:03 pm

    How about future announcements starting with the *oldest* included phone models first. I was beginning to feel very unhappy with my Galaxy S5, until I finally scrolled down to it. The people with the new gear *know* they’re good.

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  67. James Zachary

    03/27/2016 at 2:18 am

    My update to Marshmallow was a nightmare. I lost the ability to connect to wi-fi for the Play Store. If Wi-Fi is switched on, only the Play Store does not work. The Play Store works fine on LTE. All other Wi-Fi functions work fine. So I reset my device twice but no improvement. I see this problem happens to other phones at various times but I don’t see a good solution.

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    • Erik

      03/29/2016 at 12:53 am

      I’ve experienced the same except the problem persists to apps like Pandora and youtube, however my browser app runs the website versions absolutely fine. If you find a solution please let me know, James!

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    • sarcasticdave94

      04/09/2016 at 11:36 am

      Any app that’s not working as before: clear the cache of each. Or, clear cache for the whole thing and reboot.

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    • Cindi Riggins

      05/20/2016 at 9:58 am

      Samsung is terrible. This whole thing is a waste. Never will I buy a Samsung and it seems they have lost thousands of customers.
      They told me to do a soft reset 1st. 2nd put phone on safe mode. I did all. When in safe mode I went into play store updated apps. Went into maps and cloud. I to lost ability to connect to WiFi if on 4G. Doing this fixed it.
      I’m still connected to charger battery life terrible. Hope this phone makes til my contract is up.

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  68. Marc Valencerina (@ELMenteVerde)

    03/27/2016 at 6:00 pm

    Getting Marshmallow 6.0.1 update now for my Galaxy S6 (Philippines)

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  69. Thys

    03/28/2016 at 1:23 am

    South Africans still waiting to find out when we are getting the upgrade. Pathetic… My next device will be an iphone. Worldwide rollouts, no favorites when picking which countries comes first and who have to wait for probably a year… Pathetic

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  70. Dan

    03/28/2016 at 6:16 am

    This is the LAST samsung device I ever buy! I am sick and tired of those developers who cannot get on the ball and get our devices updated. OS N is already coming out! And STILL no Marshmallow for my Thai version Note 4??? What is the hold up, samsung??!?!?! Get on the ball, or hire some competent developers to get that update to everyone. This is ridiculous!

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  71. Stan

    03/28/2016 at 8:09 am

    I don’t think it’s too much too ask that Verizon, who are a multi-billion dollar empire, who rushed to be the first US player to update marshallow to Samsung’s phones ensure a safe install. The update BRICKED MY PHONE by not allowing it to charge. Even using a new battery didn’t work!

    I Have safely updated many phones and computers a million different ways. NEVER have I ever had an update DESTROY A device, let alone an $800 phone!

    The super messed up part is the take NO accountability for releasing software that can damage your phone.

    Why do you think people are migrating in DROVES to T Mobil? Me being one…**** Verizon and hope they choke the thousands of dollars I’ve thrown their Way!

    CRiminal activity really…shame on Verizn.

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  72. Ahmad

    03/28/2016 at 4:19 pm

    So my samsung is not working on Google ?

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  73. Madatsprint

    03/28/2016 at 6:45 pm

    Got the marshmellow update on my s6 and now the wifi calling is not working properly, anyone else have that problem with sprint

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    • sarcasticdave94

      04/09/2016 at 11:39 am

      Try clearing that app’s cache. Or clear all cache and reboot.

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  74. Marcus

    03/29/2016 at 3:05 pm

    I just recently updated my Sprint Galaxy Note 4 to android marshmallow 6.0.1, I also have updated another phone on my account to the Galaxy S7 edge the S7 running 6.9.1 is good so far as expected. However the update to 6.0.1 on the note 4 has a few issues so far, after the upgrade all my Bluetooth connections were wiped out and reconnecting is an issue because I have to reboot the phone and restart the headset 1 or 2 times before the phone sees the headset, I also found that one of tge greatest additions in marshmallows has been left out of the update and that is the theme engine, I mean really what sense does it make to leave out one of the best features, please put out an update that adds this feature back. Leaving out a major update at this stage of the game makes no sense at all. Guy’s get it fixed and get it right.

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  75. Jay

    03/30/2016 at 9:56 am

    Just got the 6.0.1 on my notes 5 sm – n920g

    Reply

  76. Pamela Huff

    03/30/2016 at 10:27 am

    My us cellular s6 edge plus updated to marshmallow a couple of weeks ago and I love it. Definitely some edge screen improvements but by far the most useful is having Google now right on top, no matter what page you’re on.

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  77. Charles

    03/30/2016 at 10:48 am

    As roll outs go… this is like standing in the middle of a turtle stampede.

    Sure, no one wants to rush anything… Why risk bricking your phone?

    The customers didn’t demand this.
    The customers aren’t really feeling the burn here…

    Yet, the vaguest reference of a siting in the most obscure of countries and the smallest of carriers – gets absurd pronouncements.

    It’ll happen when it happens.

    About the only good thing you can say about it – is – that it’s worth every penny you paid for it.

    Reply

    • sarcasticdave94

      04/09/2016 at 11:50 am

      Here’s my 2¢. I’m glad my Note 4 got it as it is an update, it looks OK and works. I don’t like that Sammy took away the ability to move apps to the SD card and that I’ve gotta put the password in every time I reboot the phone. Other methods like fingerprint scan won’t work till after it’s fully rebooted via entering the password. I don’t think I’ve got extra emoji or wherever the modified battery saver was. It did come with a generous supply of Sprint/TouchWiz bloat as usual, but maybe a bit lighter by a few percentage points. I’m glad I didn’t pay for it though. And the next device for me will be called Nexus. See what you get for 2¢. :-P

      Reply

  78. Wilson

    03/30/2016 at 11:09 am

    After running the new update my S6 now randomly re-starts itself and I would say roughly half the phone calls are going directly to voicemail. The phone does not ring when this happens. What can be done to correct this? – Thank you.

    Reply

    • Jennifer Stam

      03/31/2016 at 5:36 am

      Mine is doing the same! Frustrating! It’s also heating up and the battery life is even worse!

      Reply

  79. Heather Lynn Tarnovsky

    03/30/2016 at 3:45 pm

    This UPDATE IS AWFUL I UPDATED IT DID NOT RECOGNIZE MY PASSWORD OR BACKUP PIN AND MY PHONE IS OPERATING LIKE CRAP

    Reply

  80. Jennifer Stam

    03/31/2016 at 5:35 am

    I upgraded and my S6 (Sprint) is now restarting itself multiple times throughout the day. It is heating up and my battery life is worse! I hope they debug soon. This is awful! Sure, there are some fun new features but not worth it at this point!

    Reply

  81. Louise

    03/31/2016 at 7:05 am

    I updated my Samsung S6 last weekend and it’s made absolute crap of my phone. Constantly crashing and freezing. Does anybody know if they are doing a patch soon?

    Reply

    • Jennifer Stam

      04/02/2016 at 5:38 am

      My S6 is junk now after the update too. The better come out with a patch soon! Too many issues to mention here. My phone is messed up!

      Reply

  82. Charles

    03/31/2016 at 7:16 am

    Here we are at the close of yet another month… March 31 – with Marshmallow market share resting comfortably at 2.3%…
    The pundits milestones fall by the wayside once again.
    and,
    They refuse to hold silence on their accolades for 6.0.1 – that barely exists… – and, where it does exist – there is no small amount of nashing of teeth.
    The pundits sell great snake oil…. btw… And, what’s wrong with snake oil – you might say. When was the last time you saw a squeaky snake?

    oh… well…
    There is always April – then May – then June….

    Maybe some country some where with a sizable telecom – will roll this thing out and get it to work.

    Buyer be ware…
    If you got it “on” your new device – don’t panic… it’ll probably work just fine.
    Upgrading older devices – is always a bit of a crap shoot.

    If you bought older legacy hardware and update prior to loading your old apps…. that might work ok, too..
    Marshmallow isn’t all that evil…
    It just can’t cope with all the possible combinations of footprints left over from old OS’s and legacy apps.
    Nothing ever has.
    Nothing ever will.

    The glacial roll out is probably a blessing – in that it is sparing you from the infinite new anomalies that you will encounter…
    The purported enhancements/improvements – may – or, may not – work as advertised.
    but,
    At least, you have gotten used to the quirks in your current device.

    Why suffer the trials and tribulations of different quirks – whilst Beta testing the lasted flavor.

    I guess that I long for the daze when one could stone false prophets.
    Back in the good ole daze, if the prophet spoke and got it wrong – they took him out to the gates of the city and stoned him…
    Not much of a retirement plan… But, it really cut down on people making idiot claims and speculations.

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  83. Charles

    03/31/2016 at 9:19 am

    Verizon has already inflicted/infected the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 users with Marshmallow….
    Batteries dying… WiFi croaking… no access to the AppStore… BlueTooth disconnecting….

    Who will be the next victim?

    Will they bless the 6s class? What did they ever do the Verizon… other than subscribe.

    The good news here – is – that as glacial as Android is with the updates, they aren’t all that essential.
    The updates sell features that you have never had… you are being told that you want them.
    Also… it’s great that it’s free… The update is worth every penny that you paid for it.
    So – not getting something that you don’t need and didn’t ask for – for money that you never paid… isn’t all that bad of a deal…

    Then Verizon steps in with its non-value added contribution.
    This slows the process even further.
    By the time Verizon is finished bloating the code, even more lettered releases appear on the horizon… N, O, P, etc.
    Which may displace the much exalted M – all together…

    and,
    Is that bad?
    You are still not paying for it.
    You still didn’t ask for it.
    You still don’t need it.

    So, does it ever matter, which version of the next shiny new OS that you aren’t actually getting?
    The hype seems totally unaffected.

    These are the same guys that barely got KitKat and Lolipop to stop coughing up blood… and, those two combined only pulled 37% of the market share for Samsung. Marshmallow is languishing at 2.3% – after 4 months.

    This is almost as much fun to watch as MicroSloth WinWoes rolling out their free WinWoes Tin….

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  84. Amy Sweet

    03/31/2016 at 11:46 am

    Did the Marshmallow update and I can no longer lock my phone. I have received help online but it only band-aids the issue. It stays locked once then no locking. How can this be fixed? I have the 6 Edge

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  85. RL3

    03/31/2016 at 4:13 pm

    Amy- what carrier are you with?

    Reply

    • Amy Sweet

      03/31/2016 at 4:15 pm

      US Cellular

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  86. Ben

    03/31/2016 at 10:38 pm

    What is going on with AT&T STILL NO UPDATE!

    Reply

    • david smith

      05/01/2016 at 7:54 pm

      Samsung has confirmed that Marshmallow will soon be out for the Galaxy S6 on the second largest mobile carrier, AT&T in the United States. CHECK out detail http://goo.gl/Gwjyq2

      Reply

  87. Isaac Evans

    04/01/2016 at 9:15 am

    Verizon S6 edge update in progress!

    Reply

    • RL3

      04/01/2016 at 9:35 am

      Isaac – ME TOO! And, IDK why, but I think I have decided to go look at the S7 Edge today, of all days. lol

      Reply

    • Stan

      04/01/2016 at 11:06 am

      Good luck with those Verizon updates. (I hope your phone is under warranty)

      Reply

      • RL3

        04/01/2016 at 11:07 am

        Spent the past hour and a half with it, so far no brick!

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  88. Alexious

    04/01/2016 at 7:03 pm

    I already got the mm update on my s6 in Malaysia

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  89. Tiger

    04/02/2016 at 1:37 am

    When will samsung galaxy a5 will get Marshmallow update.

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  90. Fady Hehsam

    04/02/2016 at 2:03 am

    I’m from egypt and the Marshmallow update hasn’t come yet for the galaxy S5

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  91. Csm

    04/02/2016 at 5:23 am

    How the hell did verizon do the note 5, skip the s6 edge plus (which is virtually identical to the note 5 hardware-wise) and give s6 and s6 edge marshmallow? And i read the posts saying negative things about the update. I had similar experiences updating my s4 from kitkat to lollipop years ago. If its not the os the phone launched with its gonna have probs aclamating to the new os. Be paitent for patches and bug fixes.

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  92. Brandon Moe

    04/05/2016 at 1:12 am

    Update has bugs they need to work out. My phone will now randomly pulse vibrate for no reason at all

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  93. Alexey Proskurin

    04/05/2016 at 3:36 am

    I aready received 6.0.1 update in Bell (Canada)

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  94. Mamalama

    04/05/2016 at 2:25 pm

    Ive got a galaxy s5 in australia and my phone is 5.0 but i have the 6.0 internet app does that mean telstra is testing.

    Reply

  95. Marsha Setzer

    04/05/2016 at 9:50 pm

    Got the update today. Now im having wifi issues. Even if I turn off mobile data and don’t let it toggle, Everything is taking so long that it just times out and im sitting right in front of the router. And my play store isnt working correctly either. I hate these updates

    Reply

    • Caroline Eadie

      08/24/2016 at 9:23 am

      Samsung seems to be the only phone’s having trouble on mm I updated a Moto g3 for my 11 yr old no problem at all

      Reply

  96. Sean Giles

    04/05/2016 at 10:03 pm

    I just got my OTA 6.01 update for my Sprint Galaxy Note 5 here in San Diego, CA. Just FYI

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  97. Joe Price

    04/06/2016 at 11:46 am

    Updated this morning and all of my settings are screwed up – not happy!!!

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  98. Bill Wright

    04/07/2016 at 8:56 am

    I find the color changes in the notification panel and text message center are too subdued. It’s like some kind of funky grey. What’s with that? Try reading that in a low light condition. How can I replace my former colors.

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  99. Richard Mauro Ricchiuti

    04/07/2016 at 12:33 pm

    I ran the 6.0.1 update a couple of nights ago and found the gallery folder with nearly 200 edits/photos using the App Snapseed empty! Snapseed is owned by Google, thus connecting with a developer is going to be a nearly impossible. Snapseed is wonderful photo editing app and it creates its own folder for edits made in the app. Before the 6.0.1 update I had edited 194 photos. They are now all gone. :(

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  100. Richard Mauro Ricchiuti

    04/07/2016 at 12:35 pm

    I ran the 6.0.1 update a couple of nights ago on my Sprint Note 5 and found the gallery folder with nearly 200 edits/photos using the App Snapseed empty! Snapseed is owned by Google, thus connecting with a developer is going to be a nearly impossible. Snapseed is wonderful photo editing app and it creates its own folder for edits made in the app. Before the 6.0.1 update I had edited 194 photos. They are now all gone. :(

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  101. elyse shearer

    04/07/2016 at 1:44 pm

    i cannot open my text messages folder at all… completely blank screen. the phone is overheating, and it keeps shutting off. wth am i supposed to do with this garbage when i depend on this phone for both of my jobs.

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  102. Nicole Price

    04/07/2016 at 2:05 pm

    Thank you for making me HATE my new phone! I loved it before you terrible update. I hate the new colors, or lack there of, you have for my notification bar. My text message screen now hurts my eyes to look at. I will be looking into a new phone now.

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  103. Derrick

    04/07/2016 at 5:18 pm

    Still waiting for att galaxy s5 SM-G900A marshmallow update does anyone have a clue when it’s going to be here

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  105. jennifer

    04/08/2016 at 2:12 pm

    I just did the update for my S6 and now the talk to text function is gone. Anyone else having this issue?

    Reply

    • Jessica

      04/09/2016 at 12:04 pm

      Me too!!!

      Reply

      • Jessica

        04/09/2016 at 12:07 pm

        Okay I just found it. If you hold down the button where it used to be it now is a settings icon it will be there

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  106. Scott Michael (@on3wingedang3l)

    04/08/2016 at 2:34 pm

    Just bought an lg g3. Updated months ago. Screw you samsung I’m done with your late in the game services. S3 and s5 both are horrible phones

    Reply

    • Robert denaro Denaro

      04/29/2016 at 4:40 am

      If you are T-Mobile and AT&T’s LG G3 custoers then you would be happy to know that your device started getting Marshmallow update today. here is how to update manually http://goo.gl/f7LxnH

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  107. Derrick

    04/08/2016 at 5:42 pm

    04/08/2016
    Derrick
    Still waiting for att galaxy s5 SM-G900A marshmallow update does anyone have a clue when it’s going to be here

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  108. Liz

    04/08/2016 at 7:13 pm

    The new update is absolute crap!!!!!! Now my autocorrect replaces REAL words that I have spelled CORRECTLY with words it THINKS I meant and makes me look stupid. Someone can text and ask how I am. I reply “I’m good!” And it corrects the word good and changes it to “not” so I wind up sending “I’m not!” It’s beyond agitating!!! And if I turn it off completely, then I’m left with it correcting nothing at all. So now I’ll have to download a less idiotic keyboard to use and eastern space on my note 5 to do so. this is BS. And that’s just one of the issues.

    Reply

    • Samantha Castaneda

      04/13/2016 at 8:07 am

      I am having the same issue. It is driving me crazy!! If you find out how to fix it, please let me know!

      Reply

    • Christina Merager

      05/05/2016 at 11:28 pm

      I’m so glad I’m not the only one. It’s absolutely driving me insane. It’s unbelievable! The fact that the word is spelled Completely correct and it just changes it??? Why?? And sometimes to just a letter! But I’ve noticed it only does it for words that you add a (?) Or (!) to the end of. Not that that helps.

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  109. sarcasticdave94

    04/09/2016 at 12:02 am

    I just wanted to put the info out that my Sammy & Sprint Note 4 had received the Marshmallow 6.0.1 near the end of March. My update was just short of 1.4 GB. It has improved my Note by making it feel smoother and more intuitive. It seems to also be a bit lighter as in not so bloated, but I’m unable to confirm that as a fact.

    The only area I’m disappointed, and it’s a great disservice to us owners in my opinion, I no longer can move apps to the SD card. It’s not even accessable, as in moving apps to it, unless I’m missing something. This in my opinion is a real failure by Sammy. It just confirms my previous plan to go Nexus next time around.

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    • sarcasticdave94

      04/09/2016 at 12:10 am

      Sorry for my redundancy at the end there.

      Reply

    • sarcasticdave94

      04/09/2016 at 5:27 pm

      OK so there actually IS a way to transfer files from phone memory to a mounted SD card. If anybody’s interested, I’ll post the path to get file transfers done the Marshmallow way. Standby…

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  110. sarcasticdave94

    04/09/2016 at 12:07 pm

    This may help some or all who have received Marshmallow and are having issues with the apps not acting right, the Wi-Fi or etc. This is worth trying once. Learn where you do this on your particular phone as I don’t know about all is of them. I do know I did this to my Sammy Note 4 on Sprint and it helped with crashing apps after updating. Clear all cache. Then reboot. See if it helps. Hint: some devices have a setting menu for this, others you shut off the phone then get to the restore screen to clear cache. Afterwards in either, do a reboot if possible.

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  111. Landon R Caviness

    04/09/2016 at 3:42 pm

    Come on AT&T… By far the slowest carrier for updates…

    Reply

  112. Ehsan

    04/10/2016 at 3:30 am

    I am overall pleased with the marshmallow update in note 5 features are great interface just goto better, the only thing annoying to me is the grey strip on the top notification panel where battery indicator time etc are located. Any one know how to get rid of it? I really like the old panel without any background color.

    Reply

  113. laptop servis

    04/10/2016 at 8:01 am

    it isnt out in my country yet…
    cant w8 to update.. this waiting is so bothersome!!!

    Reply

  114. Samiu94

    04/10/2016 at 7:19 pm

    Hi, I bought Note 4 from Qatar a year ago still haven’y received update for Marshmallow.
    Can you advise when can I expect it.

    Reply

  115. EMG

    04/11/2016 at 7:01 am

    got the update in the States for Verizon, Since I have updated several apps will crash, and Samsung Milk will stream then buffer after about 60 seconds.

    Reply

    • sarcasticdave94

      04/11/2016 at 9:11 pm

      Try clearing app cache or cache of whole phone and reboot. Also attempt app updates to see if newer versions are available.

      Reply

  116. WALT

    04/11/2016 at 8:40 am

    SWIPE TO DELETE ON EMAIL IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE. EMAIL MUST BE OPENED AND DELETED FROM THE VIEWING PANE.

    Reply

  117. Derrick

    04/11/2016 at 12:25 pm

    At&t is taking to long to release marshmallow on galaxy s5 getting inpatient ughhhh

    Reply

    • J

      05/10/2016 at 2:20 pm

      Yep you’re not the only one, and I’m not sure If it’s worth it with all the negative reviews.

      Reply

  118. rafeba

    04/11/2016 at 1:32 pm

    Bell Canada is rolling out Marshmallow for S6 edge right now!

    Reply

  119. Michael

    04/11/2016 at 4:07 pm

    Verizon GS6+ MM update downloading now and I have literally stalked the system check for updates button.

    Reply

  120. Tony

    04/11/2016 at 7:00 pm

    Is it samsung or is it AT&T?.. They both seem to be the last one to deliver

    Reply

    • Derrick

      04/11/2016 at 7:02 pm

      I feel the same I’ve been waiting long time ughh

      Reply

    • Johnathan McFadden

      04/14/2016 at 4:46 pm

      It’s att trying to add all the bloat and company crap no one wants. I gave up and sold my S6 edge+ I got a Nexus 6p and I love it so far.

      Reply

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  122. Chout

    04/11/2016 at 10:00 pm

    Unreal…Samsung is such a joke…Rogers is even worse. Where is my Note 4 update!?

    Reply

  123. Rockwailer

    04/12/2016 at 7:22 am

    Got it yesterday for S6 in Argentina (provider Movistar).
    Awful colours in drop down menu…Worst of all, DOUBLE BLOCK SCREEN with pattern option…with no apparent solution unless fingerprint block is set.
    Swipe deleting e-mails working as usual.

    Reply

  124. Angel

    04/12/2016 at 8:17 am

    My microphone is gone on my texting.. why can’t I use my talk text thing anymore after this update? I have us cellular just barely updated..

    Reply

    • Lorie Moore

      05/25/2016 at 5:43 pm

      I found the answer above. Hold your finger on the icon where the microphone used to be. 4 new icons will appear. The microphone is one of them.

      Reply

  125. Moe4chat

    04/12/2016 at 11:32 am

    I have received the update on my GS5 and not if I do not back out of my text, the keyboard does not disappear when the phone times out and locks. I can not access the pattern to unlock the phone. I have to turn the phone off in order to access the phone again.. This is terrible. When will it be fixed?

    Reply

    • Michael

      06/17/2016 at 1:56 pm

      Experiencing the exact same problem on Galaxy Note 4.

      Reply

  126. HORRIBLE UPDATE

    04/13/2016 at 7:51 am

    I received the update from T MOBILE on my Galaxy S6 yesterday and wish they wouldn’t have pushed it out. Is it surprising that they screwed this up too? They are now having to send customers new phones, as the update has effectively made all phones that received it an expensive paper weight!
    T Mobile figures out new ways to disappoint every day! Wish I would have never moved off of Verizon!

    Reply

  127. Lu

    04/13/2016 at 9:07 am

    The talk to text button is on the setting wheel when you are in the keyboard. You have to hold down the wheel until the options with the microphone pop upl.

    Reply

  128. Amber

    04/13/2016 at 11:58 am

    Ever since I updated my Galaxy S6 from Sprint I can no longer connect to wifi. It looks like it is but then no, nothing will load. At first I was using data instead, but now I’m having issues with that too. My phone has become pretty much unusable. So upset, and there’s nothing anyone can seem to do about it.

    Reply

  129. Charbel Geagea

    04/14/2016 at 5:13 am

    I live in lebanon and I’m not getting touchwiz 6.0 and marshmallow on my s6

    Reply

  130. lsv87

    04/15/2016 at 3:26 am

    I have Galaxy S6 Edge, marshmallow is awesome for DOZE and saving battery but I have a MAJOR gripe with lockscreen security. Before, switching back and forth between fingerprint and nothing was super easy. Use fingerprints to identify, choose none, that’s it. Now it is fricken ridiculous and annoying as hell cause it asks for your backup password or code, then you select none, then it ALWAYS says cancel/delete fingerprints/keep fingerprints, even if you select keep fingerprints it asks for you to create a backup passcode TWICE which you already have!!!!!!!!!!!!! Why would they do this absolute nonsense??????????

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  131. Cindi Riggins

    04/15/2016 at 9:00 pm

    The update ruined my phone. Can’t use Maps or update apps on WiFi. Have s6 and have had 3 phones. Was told to get a iPhone because there are so many problems and not known when an update will be released to fix update.
    Can’t use my calendar and I am lost without it. Wont sinc on wifi or data. Took it to Best Buy to Samsung tech and they can’t figure it out. Help!!!

    Reply

  132. Amber Mcd

    04/15/2016 at 10:34 pm

    Hate this update! Why cant we have an option to change from marshmallow. new color sucks , hurts my eyes and it is so bight in the dark. I also hate the lag it had put on my keyboard and the swipe feels off as well as the pauses and spaces it puts in between words. It has next messed up many of my gaming… the screen is super zoomed in and you cannot see to whole area. It has already messed up many times when I have tried to log in. Can we please have the option to choose something different than marshmallow??!@

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  134. Rajesh Shetty

    04/16/2016 at 6:09 pm

    multiple issues with the new update. screen write problems if u lift tbe s pen off the screen and the notification bar loss after the update. no patch out yet and surprisingly not a lot of noise about it. hope samsung fixes it soon.

    Reply

  135. Tarek

    04/17/2016 at 12:53 am

    When the android 6.0.1 updates roll out for galaxy SM-J700H

    Reply

  136. pratik shrestha

    04/17/2016 at 5:52 am

    When the android 6.0.1 updates roll out for Samsung galaxy note 5 SM-N920T

    Reply

  137. kam

    04/17/2016 at 9:08 am

    notification panel is not showing in my galaxy note 4.

    Reply

  138. Lars

    04/18/2016 at 6:04 am

    Well, it’s now the 18th. AT&T still hasn’t rolled out Marshmallow for my S6 Edge, but with all the issues that people are listing here over the past few days, I hope that’s a good thing…

    Reply

  139. NOTE 5

    04/18/2016 at 1:01 pm

    My microphone icon is gone from my keyboard on my Note 5. It is replaced with a smiley face. How do I speech to text on messages? I just installed marshmallow.

    Reply

    • Lorie Moore

      05/25/2016 at 5:45 pm

      Hold down the smiley face. New icons will appear. Microphone is one of them.

      Reply

  140. NOTE 5

    04/18/2016 at 1:10 pm

    I get a pop up message for a text message regardless of whether my phone is locked and I have notifications off on my Note 5. How do I turn it off?

    Reply

  141. Tom Thompson

    04/19/2016 at 5:51 am

    Galaxy Note 5 after Marshmallow update, crashes my Toyota Entune system during contact transfer in my 2015 Highlander, if I turn off contact transfer it works, but what’s the point to that, I still have to pick up my phone to access contacts. The whole point to hands free is to be hands free. Lots of wifi issues, and many symptoms as others have stated. Between not working in the car anymore and the tremendous keyboard lag, Marshmallow has got to he the worst version yet. I downloaded 5.1.1 from sammobile.com and reflashed to downgrade. I’m hoping Amdroid N isn’t far behind.

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  142. Enajrowe

    04/20/2016 at 7:59 am

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  143. Alejandro

    04/20/2016 at 10:54 pm

    Just received my update for my Sprint Note 4 Edge. Here are the details.

    Size: 1474.19 MB

    Version: N915PVPU4DPD1/N915PSPT4DPD1/N915PVPU4DPD1

    · OS upgrade – Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
    · To get the best from your device, please keep your phone up to date and regularly check for software updates.
    ※ Fingerprints are securely protected. An alternative unlock method (pattern, PIN, or password) is required to add fingerprints.
    ※ Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow does not support the Decrypt device function. If your mobile device is encrypted, encryption cannot be disabled after upgrading. If you want encryption to be disabled after upgrading, it must be disabled before you upgrade your device. To disable encryption go to Settings – Lock screen and security – Other security settings, then select Decrypt device.
    ※ If the Samsung Gear or Gear Fit Manager app does not work normally after this upgrade, uninstall the app, then install the latest version. This will reset your Gear to factory default settings and all data on your Gear will be erased.
    ※ Some apps that were installed via the Lollipop OS may need to be updated after upgrading to the Marshmallow OS. Go to Galaxy Apps or Play Store to update apps.

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  144. Charles

    04/21/2016 at 1:41 pm

    Marshmallow… 6.0.1 – over hyped… bloated… non-plused…. overall = not bad.

    For a Samsung Galaxy s6 edge+ / with Verizon, it’s not all that bad.
    My phone did not brick. My phone is not coughing up blood.
    The battery does not die… though – I’m not quite sure that the super enhanced improvement is there…
    The battery is doing ok.. not noticeably worse.
    The graphic depiction of projected duration is longer… I haven’t tried running it out to 12 hours yet…

    I don’t run enough BlueTooth peripherals to show a problem…
    It says its still there… I’m taking it at its word.

    The WiFi… may have had a problem – or, not….
    The home WiFi didn’t skip a beat.
    The historical archive of pre-existing connections did ok, too…
    Scanning for potential – new – WiFis could be a problem – or, not… it could just work differently.
    I’ve had to re-register on a couple of hubs…
    So far, no big deal.

    The phone does not get mysteriously hot… or, cold…

    It does not randomly buzz, vibrate, reboot – or, speak in tongues.

    All the apps seem to have made it.

    The app store(s) are still there… — there is a special permission for non-PlayStore apps…
    Click a button and the Amazon apps, etc… are good to go.

    The GPS is doing ok.

    It appears to be doing every bit as well as the old Lollipop…

    It may be a schoosh faster – snappier. Schoosh…is a technical digital device term = barely noticeable.

    The user interface “is” slightly different… enough to annoy… I can’t see much of a wow factor in it.

    The “edge” feature is different… (? better ?)…
    It’s only better if you were a heavy user to begin with.
    If you had never bonded to the feature to begin with.. this probably isn’t going to get you anymore involved.

    So far, Marshmallow is a benevolent improvement.
    It has done no noticeable harm. I haven’t lost any capabilities.
    It may even be an improvement – overall.

    I can’t dodge the feeling that I am missing something… with all the fanfare, there should be some sort of wow-factor that justifies all the hype…

    Sometimes ya just have to take it as it is… at least, it didn’t set me back.

    I would recommend it – if I only knew – why?

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  145. Elle

    04/21/2016 at 8:37 pm

    Thank you

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  146. Lisa Miceli

    04/22/2016 at 1:52 pm

    UGH…not a fan of the update at all. Every since the update my phone has issues with Maas360 for work emails (constantly tells me it cannot connect to the mail server) and facebook randomly tells me it cannot connect either. I am on my home wifi and never had an issue prior to the update. very frustrating!!!!!

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  147. Pisces_jss

    04/22/2016 at 3:12 pm

    I’m having some problems since updating my S6, facebook isn’t working well..says check your internet connections, keyboard stuck when i need to confirm on a provider’s sms etc etc.

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  149. Lovegin

    04/27/2016 at 11:44 am

    ITS NOT AN UPDRADE. ITS A DE – GRADE
    This update is not good….
    # I lost my call recordings. Now call recordings not possible.
    # in the action memo you cant write & directly save the written phone number to contacts. That option is missing.
    # Ikons looks rounded… Not at all good looking.

    NOTHING SPECIAL OR VISIBLE & OFCOURSE YOU ARE MISSING A LOT.

    CAN I CANCELL THIS UPDATE & GO BACK TO OLD ONE.

    NOW I AM NOT FEELING GOOD WITH MY NOTE

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    • Cindi Riggins

      04/27/2016 at 11:58 am

      Update is horrible! Samsung needs to come up with a update to fix marshmallow update. Using way to much data because most won’t work on wifi. HELP

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  150. Nitesh

    04/28/2016 at 9:21 am

    When the exynos varient S5 will recove update SM G900H ? its end of april nd we didnt recived in g900h varient…. How much wait more ?

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  151. laptop servis

    04/30/2016 at 2:15 am

    This looks promising.
    I didnt get 6.0 update yet cuz im from serbia but i guess i soon will. :)

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  152. Princess Anne

    05/02/2016 at 3:53 am

    I also got the update for 6.0.1. Is there a user/guest mode on the update for samsung galaxy s6? Most of the features doesn’t work now. Like the notifications are gone, developer options says “it doesn’t work for this user”, multitasking app doesn’t work, home and back button is the only one the works. Please help.

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  153. Charles

    05/02/2016 at 8:32 am

    Marshmallow 6.0.1 doesn’t seem to be all that bad….
    Eventually, it automatically downloaded, then the annoying window was there for about a week every time you unlocked the screen.
    I finally consented for it to install…
    (Verizon Samsung Galaxy s6 edge plus)
    It blinked and buzzed… blinked some more.. went dark… for awhile… lit back up… did some more blinking… buzzed…. – after a bit, it looked like it was gunna actually do sumthun…
    The start screen lit up and it jingled its jangle…
    Then there was much flashing and an occasional buzz….

    Once it finished convulsing, I went for a shut down, which it did.
    After a few moments of calm, I started it back up again.
    This time it started with less fan fare… about as quickly as Lollipop…
    It still wanted to do some tweaking… So, for the first half hour or so – it was clunky.
    Whatever the upgrade is – it takes time to digest.

    Over the following week or so… mileage has varied.
    Nothing bad… = but, no wow factor either.

    The battery usage is some where between psychotic and bewildering.
    Sometimes it predicts 8 hours… sometimes 3 days.
    There are weird slopes in the discharge curve, which effect the battery life prognostications.
    It may depend on signal strength, whether or not WiFi is enabled… and/or the strength of the WiFi signal.. It may also be effected by back ground app updates and the relative signal strengths during those processes.. and, There may be god knows what going on with apps optimizations.
    I have not let this thing go for 3 days and attained the promised duration…
    Before I could get 8hr, 12hrs… maybe 16 hrs… before an auto shut down.
    The best to date with marshmallow – I’ve gotten down to around 30 – 40% in power savings mode in about 22 hrs…. which is an improvement. I just don’t know if I can believe it.

    The digital services seem to be a bit snappier, quicker.

    No big difference with calls, gps, bluetooth, or WiFi…

    The searching and notifications of “new” WiFi signals may be different – but, the devices seems to connect to the old connections – ok.

    Basically, It hasn’t screwed much of anything up….
    I have a very undemanding regimen for the device.
    What I had it doing – it still does, which is all I asked for.

    The new “can’t live without features” – eh… just not all that into them, yet.
    They aren’t bad…
    I bought the edge plus for the bigger screen – not so much for the edge technology.
    There’s nothing wrong with it… just wasn’t a big deal to begin with.
    With all the tapping, dragging, swiping, pinching, spreading… another way of doing the same stuff just adds another layer of confusion to the process…
    Still, the edge stuff works… The edge bar is bigger.. If I used it, it would be helpful.

    I can definitely say, that it was worth every penny I paid for it.
    It has done no damage.
    No data lost.
    No performance lost.
    No functionality lost.
    The learning curve for the new features is negligible.
    This positions the device to take advantage of new features in my existing apps.

    So far – so good….
    It may be a benefit for battery usage and charging

    It will probably be better on my Samsung Galaxy Tab s2…

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  154. Dustin Hall

    05/02/2016 at 12:11 pm

    My S6 updated to Marshmallow this morning and I’m getting all these errors: messaging app totally not working, laggy overload for every app, not recognizing my thumbprint, battery draining exceptionally fast. Help! What do I do to fix this?!

    Reply

    • Caroline Eadie

      08/24/2016 at 10:13 am

      After installing mm make sure to backup your photos data etc and factory reset it should sort everything as you may have residue left from lollipop

      Reply

  155. Devs

    05/03/2016 at 7:36 am

    @editors Can I suggest that someone contacts Rogers PR and find out what is going on with the delay. They are providing no details to their users and it is causing an uproar on their forums with no official notice. It would be interesting to have a site like yours investigate and get an official statement.

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  156. Wearables Tech

    05/03/2016 at 12:27 pm

    I didnt get 6.0 update yet.

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    • Udon

      05/03/2016 at 1:18 pm

      I bought a Nexus 6P used…selling my Note 4.
      Done with Samsung…forever.

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  157.  Apple Store New Oleans

    05/04/2016 at 2:54 am

    It blows me away that Samsung has convinced the world that people need to buy their garbage. I bought the Galxaxy S6 just to I could use VR Gear .Other than VR, I don’t see any practical iuse for it. Even the most basic things (like finding the IMEI were difficult) and it doesn’t seem to flow s fluid as iPnone does. No iCloud, no iTunes, no FaceTime, no seamless integration with Mac.

    I will say this: I love being able to add extra stprage to the Android, and though Google Maps and YouTube works great on the Android, gut not on the iPhone. It’s almost as if they crippled the Google apps on iPhone to make it seem lie iPhones sucks. Nice try Samsung, you get no resoect from e,

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  158. Rabih Almokdad

    05/04/2016 at 10:08 am

    Totaly dissappointed from samsung ,I have a note 4 device and until now there is no update to android 6, even the update of android 5 came 2-3 monthes late, plus the update of os is in the name, nothing new in the software. Samsung and android brings dissappointment and failure to convict me again to buy or to use even for free their products.

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  159. khesselsees hessels

    05/05/2016 at 2:21 pm

    Anyone want to buy the s6 edge sm-925f unlocked 64gb gold with wireless charger and case ( no headphones) Excelent condition. 500 $ (You pay transportation costs) I am gonna get myself a htc 10…. sick of waiting

    Reply

  160. Nitesh

    05/07/2016 at 1:00 pm

    what about s5 Smg900h ? when it wll recove marshmallow ? Exynos Varient

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  161. John

    05/08/2016 at 6:00 am

    I have the S5 and I did an update this morning now my phone is not working. It’s just blinking the home screen backdrop but no apps and it doesn’t make it to the welcome screen. This is Mothers Day and I have no phone to text or call. Thanks a million android!

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    • Tom Thompson

      05/08/2016 at 6:06 am

      Hi there. Try powering off the phone, then boot to recovery mode (hold the home button, the volume up button, and power at the same time) when recovery mode appears, select “wipe cache partition” then reboot. Hope that helps, if not, go back to recovery and do a factory reset.

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  162. Andy Tan

    05/08/2016 at 7:39 pm

    just want to know that when can get the update for malaysia ? and in malaysia , S5 will get 6.0 or 6.0.1.. thx

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    • Ed

      06/03/2016 at 3:45 am

      You’re better off without the update. Stay with the 5.0

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  163. Cesar

    05/09/2016 at 5:45 am

    I just got my update two days ago and I have some issues. The notification panel has disappeared and when i try to edit it, it has nothing. No icons whatsoeve . Also, the pen isn’t working, I don’t get the wheel with options. I trying setting it up again, reset the phone and nothing works. Any help would be appreciate it.
    Thanks

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  164. Cathyjcox

    05/09/2016 at 8:45 am

    yes

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  166. Jacob

    05/10/2016 at 8:28 pm

    I updated my s5 today and I was just wondering if anyone else has had the same problem has I have….I can deal with the app covers shapes but has anyone had any problems when they want to change the notification vibration pattern for text? I like to keep my phone on silent 24/7 so I don’t bother others, so before I updated it, it had a solid long vibrate and was able to feel it to let me know I got a message but now it’s just 2 really fast buzzes that I can barely feel….it tells me I can set the vibration to the pattern I want but it’s still the 2 quick buzzes….can anyone help me or has anyone had the same problem happen to them???

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  167. Zachary Munden

    05/10/2016 at 9:27 pm

    I wanted to tell everyone that U.S. Cellular has sent out the 6.0 update!

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  168. Brian

    05/11/2016 at 9:12 am

    I wanted to pass this along to owners of the Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910AZKEATT. I am an AT&T customer and like many of you I have been awaiting the Galaxy Note 4 Marshmallow update, but I have been waiting for it for very different reasons. Some owners of the phone may be waiting for it for the same reasons as well. Here is the problem:

     

    Since the internet released that AT&T rolled out the Galaxy Note 4 Marshmallow update overseas, Google App vendors have been upgrading their softwares for the Note in anticipation of the Marshmallow Platform Update. If you are like me and you have been paying attention, these Google Play Apps update sometime 1 to 5 times weekly. With the updates being installed, the phone begins to freeze in certain applications. The phone may allow you close out the application so you may relaunch it, but in my instance this also means removing the battery cover (waiting for a time) and restarting the device. The reason I have now been told 5 times by AT&T tech reps is that the phone has not been updated with the software needed to support the updated Apps. So basically, between 1 to 6 times daily my device freezes.

     

    Now, when I became upset about this was when I was told to upgrade to a new device, instead of being told when the Marshmallow Update would be released. Basically, my device is acting like it has a virus but is actually working as intended but is having a problem with software in Apps versus Platform issue. This meant I was being told upgrade a perfectly good working phone when there was nothing actually wrong with it. I got to thinking about how many AT&T customers are being told this, who may not be asking the right questions and I became even angrier, as they are throwing money at the company for a problem that is easily fixed:

     

    1.       Either they indicate the Galaxy Note 4 is not going to be upgraded in the US, which causes vendors to stop notifying your phone to upgrade Apps.

    2.       Or, they upgrade the phone to Marshmallow Software in the US post haste.

     

    Basically I am outlining a very poor customer service issue. This is either due to AT&T’s negligence, Samsung’s negligence, or Googles. When you call to speak with anyone about this, they point the finger elsewhere as the problem. Warranty sent me a refurbished device to see if it will work better for me. It is on its way. I doubt it will, because of the issues I have been having. I thought I would pass this along to encourage all with a Galaxy Note 4 to call AT&T if you have been told to upgrade your device unnecessarily.

     

    I upgrade, normally to a new phone 1x a year. As a present to myself on my birthday. This is the first time I did not upgrade as I was not happy with the lack of expandable memory in the Note 5. So I kept the phone. So now almost 2 years later, I am having all of these problems with a perfectly good phone and due to lack of SOFTWARE SUPPORT.  I hope me explaining this issues helps address your problem if you are having the same issue yourself. I encourage you to complain. Perhaps this will induce them to release the software, or finally release that they have no intention of doing so. Which also fixes the problem.

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    • Eric Johnson

      05/16/2016 at 3:43 am

      Very nicely said. You brought out all the problems I was having. After I read your very long message, I was really with on most points. My final thought was I’m going to have to complain and complain. So like you said, complain about these issues were having. Maybe, just maybe that will work. Let’s hope that works.

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  169. Shanna Hall

    05/11/2016 at 11:53 pm

    My Galaxy S6 Says That It Is Up to date But My Phone Is Still On lollipop. I haven’t even gotten the option to get marshmallow yet. I have at&t by the way.

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  170. George

    05/13/2016 at 12:32 pm

    Why does this site keep showing it’s been updated with new information and staying at the top of the search engine list. Is it because of people leaving comments? It’s pretty dumb if that’s the case.

    There is nothing new here to read about, it’s the same info over and over again as well as people saying they got the update or complaining that android sucks and the marshmallow update ruined their phone

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    • Mike

      05/16/2016 at 1:18 pm

      Look at the date of the post. I searched it today (the 16th of May) and it says it was updated…today. I bet if I come back tomorrow and refresh it will say it was updated on the 17th. Nice trick.

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  171. Wissam458s

    05/13/2016 at 5:31 pm

    Still haven’t gotten the update marshmallow for my galaxy note 4 SM-910H

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  172. Giura Adrian

    05/14/2016 at 12:09 am

    Hello,
    Since I upgraded to android software Marshmallow on notes 4 and I only problems for example:
    – Calls are heard very bad compared to the previous software.
    – Mirroring the screen goes wifi internet did not.
    – Sound comes very slowly closing or pressing keyboard.
    – Sta greatly from opening after restart.
    – A weak signal on the phone.
    My advice do not yet upgraded to a Marshmallow regret.

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  174. kek

    05/16/2016 at 2:05 pm

    I have the S5 for Tmobile (USA), when is gonna be released? it has been in the “Testing phase” since march and still haven’t heard much.

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  175. pradeep ghay

    05/16/2016 at 8:38 pm

    FOR MY SAMSUNG GALAXY S5 , I HAVE LOST ALL MY PHONE’S FEATURES LIKE GREYSCALE MODE , IN POWER SAVING MODE , AND INSTEAD A IRRITATING GREY BAR IN TOP IS SHOWN WHEN POWER SAVING US ACTIVATED , ITS VERY POOR MODE , NOT SAVING ANY BATTERY, 6.0.1 is WORSE THEN LOLIPOP 5.0 , samsung taking back all good features , from galaxy s5 , as it is upgrading the software ,
    1st smart scroll, when updated to lolipop .

    2nd took back options for power saving , which were in at the time of lolipop , when now giving 6.0.1 update.

    3rd took back greyscale mode in power saving when gave 6.0.1 update .

    4th power saving grey bar is shown, it looks odd , and it looks as we are using a phone on for which we havent paid to samsung.

    5th poor battery efficiency , in 6.0.1 , both in normal as well as power saving modes .

    6th heating problems cant be fixed ever.

    I think kitkat was best for galaxy s5 phones, at least all the features were present in it that time .

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    • Ed

      06/03/2016 at 3:41 am

      Not to mention the fingerprint scanner unable to work. Rebooting has become a norm for my S5. Software seems to lag. Stick to the Lollipop 5.0 if you’re using a S5.

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  176. Brodie Yg

    05/17/2016 at 1:32 am

    Feel sorry for people that own Samsung products there so old and outdated, with an OS that’s has already been ditched by Google. Google customers are already running Android 7.0 while the rest of use wait for 6.0.1 which really offers no great new features unlike N which has inline replies split screen for multi tasking, night and day modes and hundreds of new features Samsung won’t ever get. Most Samsung’s still run lollipop, while I run the new modern OS Android 7 which came via an OTA as soon as I got my lg nexus which runs pure Android not some dodgy rip off touch wiz crap. Samsung’s owners are some of the last to ever get updates even smaller brands already have marshmallow out of the box. I also get updates before any other brand for the life of the phone not for a limited time like none Google branded phones. I like to get my updates fast not years after its release.

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  177. Brodie Yg

    05/17/2016 at 1:35 am

    And I can’t believe how people think it’s hard to find an imei number in Android it’s a 5 digut dialler code *#06# it’s that simple unlike Apple were you have to go through multiple screen to get such information.

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  178. TBen

    05/17/2016 at 6:59 am

    Te reason why most people buy Samsung phones and not Nexus is because Nexus is just a piece of crap. Google should not be in the business of making smartphones, it should stick to providing and maintain the android platform.

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  179. Mike

    05/17/2016 at 8:02 am

    This update caused my Galaxy S5 to wipe and reset to factory default. Verizon support was unhelpful. Thankfully I had a lot of data backed up to the cloud and I dumped all my pictures and videos onto my PC 2 days before this happened.

    Be careful with this update!

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  180. JRuge

    05/17/2016 at 9:31 am

    Do you guys ever report any NEW news and information instead of re-hashing the same information with a new date?

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  181. Jamario Souza

    05/19/2016 at 4:05 am

    With my Galaxy S5 (SM-G900K) the worst thing after this update is that I simply lost LTE connection. Only acces 3G. With Android 5 I could manage Network Band and select my prefered band, but now I have no access to it. In March it updated to Android 6.0, this month it updated to 6.0.1 and the shit continues. I cannot unlock phone using fingerprint after rebooting phone. It seems to me that Android M has taken a step backwards with my device.

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  182. Samba Samm

    05/19/2016 at 3:10 pm

    when is it coming to Brazil?

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  183. Donna Dunn

    05/20/2016 at 9:43 am

    I do not like the Yahoo news feed. Can I change it to MSN or any other, and how?

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  184. Matt

    05/20/2016 at 10:03 am

    Just want to confirm that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (SM-N910F) has received the Marshmallow update.

    Carrier: Vodafone UK.

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  185. Marcome Yates

    05/20/2016 at 6:12 pm

    I did the AT&T update for S6 Edge and I noticed the battery drains faster since the update. Reminds me of when I updated my S4 to Lollipop and battery life sucked. I don’t want to try a factory reset. I tried that once with my S4 and it never helped. Hate my fast charger still makes the phone hot at times when charging.

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    05/21/2016 at 7:45 pm

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  187. Joe Pallares

    05/22/2016 at 4:24 pm

    Los Angeles California on AT&T Galaxy S6 Edge+
    Still have not recieve Marshmallow update.
    Pretty disappointed on how it’s taking so long.
    I understand all the tweets and wrinkles need to be ironed out but seriously I feel there is something being manipulated behind the AT&T curtain.

    Reply

  188. Andy

    05/23/2016 at 7:18 am

    Marshmallow on T-Mobile Galaxy S5 is downloading right now on my device! Stills says “T-Mobile Testing” on T-Mobile website though…so, probably a phased roll out.

    Reply

  189. Charles

    05/23/2016 at 12:33 pm

    I would have preferred to have gone with Marshmallow in the Tab s2 first…

    The Galaxy s6 edge plus… is no big deal…
    At least, it didn’t go completely psychotic.
    The battery blather… – all the hype about improved battery performance – is a bit weird.
    The prognostications as to when it will die are all over the place.
    Sometimes it thinks that it can run for daze on the existing charge… sometimes just 6 to 8 hours…
    It “does” seem to re-charge faster.
    It doesn’t seem to be overheated when it does so.

    So far, it has been benevolently benign….
    No lost data…
    No lock ups.
    It still works about like it did with Lolipop…

    I have noticed an occasional re-boot, on its own.. No boot loops.

    Some apps are a bit snappier and faster… some aren’t… some are the same.

    It could just be the calm before the storm…
    The chargers, the cables, the device hardware and OS have come into temporary alignment.

    We all know that it won’t last….
    Sooner or later 5G will drop… = new hardware, new chargers and new cables… the OS will be gawd knows what by then.

    Enjoy it while it lasts.

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  190. Jens

    05/26/2016 at 5:57 am

    Woke up this morning to a 1500 plus mb download yay think I finally got the note 4 update from bell in Canada
    Hope it’s not just a security update.

    Reply

  191. Steve

    05/26/2016 at 10:13 am

    Got an update on Galaxy S6 last night. It updated fine and seemed to work ok. However, it appears to have disabled the ability to charge. By morning the plugged in phone had dropped to 0%. When unplugged it crashed and will no longer charge or boot. Told by Sprint tech they would have to factory reset. Sprint obviously doesn’t do any testing on their OTA software updates!

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  192. Benjamin

    05/28/2016 at 2:47 pm

    I have the Note 4 (Through AT&T) and they have yet to release it on mine. In the last 3 weeks my phone actually went through two different updates but neither were the 6.0.

    Reply

  193. Hussein farouk

    05/29/2016 at 9:55 pm

    I’m in saudi arabia having sm-n915f note edge and i still didn’t get the mm update😔😔😔😔how frustrating

    Reply

  194. Janice A.

    05/30/2016 at 12:52 am

    Thanks for the interesting article. It gave a lot of information about the new update. I’m yet to update my Samsung phone, hope to see new features and changes with this update. I’m not very much familiar with the features and functioning of new software updates this article gave me a good knowledge.

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  195. Husan

    05/31/2016 at 7:27 pm

    Do NOT UPDATE if you have samsung s6 edge. After update I lost some files from.notes like my passwords to accounts, some apps are not functioning properly, google map become more difficult, deleting inbox mails not easy and simple as before.

    Reply

  196. Charles

    06/01/2016 at 7:07 am

    Verizon is showing an update for the Samsung Galaxy Tab s2 – as of 6-1-16…
    I must assume that this is the Marshmallow update.

    Reply

  197. juwan

    06/01/2016 at 7:11 am

    I got a galaxy grand prime and I wanna know is Samsung releasing 6.0.1 marshmellow to the galaxy grand prime

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  198. Marco Ferri

    06/01/2016 at 6:26 pm

  199. Samuel Lucas

    06/02/2016 at 1:55 am

    Overall its a good updated especially with the slight facelift to Samsung’s touchwiz interface but one of the most annoying this I have come across is the inability to past in Facebook chats heads. This seems to be due to some sort of security feature which I hope can be overcome by either Android or Facebook.

    Reply

  200. Hussein farouk

    06/03/2016 at 1:05 am

    What about middle east countries

    Reply

  201. Faith

    06/03/2016 at 10:32 am

    Am in south africa , when ca we receive Samsung galaxy A7 2016 edition

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  202. Wally

    06/03/2016 at 11:24 am

    My wife and I both have Galaxy S5 with Verizon in the United States, and the Marshmallow update pushed out today!

    Reply

  203. Michel Klearman

    06/05/2016 at 1:44 pm

    Since the update, my Galaxy 6 has gone crazy! My whole background changed from dark to light, contacts are mixed up, icons, theme. Not the same phone. HELP!!

    Reply

  204. farooz.

    06/08/2016 at 3:30 pm

    When will Samsung release android 6 for a 7 2016

    Reply

  205. david Nekson

    06/08/2016 at 6:51 pm

    I recently downloaded the Marshmallow update and realized that my passcode is no longer works and my contacts. I have to switch off my phone Samsung S5 to reboot for it to accept my passcode. I am thinking of resetting my phone to factory setting but could not access the contact list, my music and some other files. Can you please advise as I do not want to lose all my contacts.

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  206. Holly

    06/10/2016 at 1:15 pm

    Still no Marshmallow for Galaxy s6 Edge+ AT&T. Getting sick of waiting.

    Reply

  207. Dale Harris Jr.

    06/15/2016 at 1:07 am

    At&t sucks! Still no update s6 edge plus U. S.

    Reply

  208. Arnav Singh

    06/15/2016 at 12:07 pm

  209. Rocky Murasing

    06/16/2016 at 12:25 am

    Hi Adam

    This is a huge database on a Small thing, I must a say. Samsung Galaxy series with Marshmalow OS are always my first choice in the current market. The features in its new updates are even more attractive than ever. Thanls for the info.

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  210. Patrick

    06/16/2016 at 6:12 pm

    Yes AT&T sucks in many was, but as far as the Marshmallow update goes, Samsung has not released Marshmallow for some U.S models. I was anticipating my phone to update in June, but AT&T claims they have not received some Marshmallow updates from Samsung. June is not over, but AT&T will probably take their sweet time sending to phones under their umbrella.

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  211. Alan

    06/16/2016 at 9:50 pm

    Samsung s stinks as does att. Note 5 June 16th still no update. I’m thinking about going back to Apple after a decade of this crap

    Reply

  212. Phienyx

    06/19/2016 at 6:06 am

    Have they fixed the feature where the LED blinks for unviewed notifications yet? … or is this still not been acknowledged or addressed?

    Reply

  213. AJ

    06/23/2016 at 2:04 pm

    Samsung as a company should be so ashamed of how they manage all their device updates.. It is clear from that the postings on this article and hundreds like it that they are losing millions of phone sales to apple because of this reason alone.
    Make less models but keep them updated for min 5 years and you will have loyal supporters not careful ones.
    PS: return every feature you lost from Note 4 (inc it), make it waterproof and I’ll buy it always.

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    06/24/2016 at 10:48 am

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  217. Patrik M

    06/29/2016 at 3:26 am

    I have an S6 and i still didnt get the update.Any idea why?

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  218. AnnGuilbert (@AnnGuilbert00)

    06/30/2016 at 8:21 am

    Good share. Thanks.

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  219. Rich H.

    06/30/2016 at 2:10 pm

    LOUSY UPDATE!! Way to screw up my phone Samsung. Now I when I connect my s5 to may computer I have NO access to ANYTHING! Not the phone’s memory or the SD Card! WTH!! Way to make things WORSE.

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  220. Timothy

    07/01/2016 at 4:38 am

    You are need to know that samsung has nothing to do with the updates not getting to you phone the carrier get the update from them and they test with it and and add stuff to the update like bloatware and such so blame att and verizoin and stuff and not samsung

    Reply

    • Patrik M

      07/01/2016 at 7:16 am

      and what about if i have an unlocked phone and still dont get an update?What can I do?

      Reply

  221. tiny hands

    07/01/2016 at 7:55 am

    “The Galaxy Tab S2 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update has also landed for the Wi-Fi only versions of the 8-inch and 9-inch models in the U.S.”

    INCORRECT. As of July 1, it is still not available.

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  222. turulo

    07/05/2016 at 2:57 pm

    I also have an S6 (CSC AUV) and still no GODDAMN update. And there is no one to punch in the face… Hate these megacompanies that don’t give a s*** about their clients (they are all the same, apple, samsung, all the same). They don’t let us root the phone and won’t update it either…. When will we have a phone that is OURS????.

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  223. jamailuhbelafonte

    07/07/2016 at 7:31 am

    I’m from Houston, Texas just received my notification of the 6.01 marshmallow update this morning using a Note 4 Phone from T-mobile.

    Reply

  224. David Clark

    07/08/2016 at 7:24 am

    The Galaxy Note Edge section mentions Sprint, US Cellular, Verzion, T-Mobile, but not AT&T. Why not AT&T? What are AT&T’s plans for rolling out Marshmallow on their Note Edge models (SM-N915A)?

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  225. Jonathan

    07/09/2016 at 4:36 pm

    Got the update on my WiFi only Tab S2 and it’s nothing but problems. One user is completely locked out because the fingerprint scanner won’t work and it will not recognize the backup password. The primary user keeps getting an “update security policy/set up fingerprint security” bullshit popup every single time the damn thing is unlocked, so have had to disable security on that user account. On top of that the tablet is often running a lot slower.
    So far I don’t see any benefits.

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  226. strauss44

    07/14/2016 at 12:29 am

    Received my Android 6.0.1 today in Canada, via broadband cable from Shaw cable, then by inhouse WiFi to my Samsung Galaxy Tab A. It installed without incident and all apps appear to work fine. Only about six Apps needed updating, and did so on next rebot. All I can tell is essentially cosmetic changes. It does appear that browsers Opera and Firefox run slightly faster. But why the downgrade of the Samsung boot-splash text from color to black/white?

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  227. happy note 4 owner

    07/17/2016 at 6:17 am

    oh dear,another page of whiny tiny minded moronic humans,whine whine whine,moan moan,their tiny little brains are all upset over a simple simple thing like a phone.

    while the thrid world starves to death,innocents get murdered left and right and here you all are,whine whine whine “my phone isnt the latestwatest bla bla bla cry cry cry.

    personally hope marshmallow has a target identifier in it,hope some missile lands on you and removes your pointless little carcasses from the human genepool.

    sigh.

    Reply

    • Bryan

      08/05/2016 at 11:17 pm

      U r dumb lulz u post on this but no1 asked for ur dumb opinion lul. Hope your opinion has a target finder and goes straight up your ass hole lulz

      Reply

  228. PK

    07/18/2016 at 1:25 am

    Samsgung A3 2016 already has an update as reported here: http://kissdevs.com/blog.php

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  229. TFam

    07/19/2016 at 12:01 pm

    We have 4 Samsung Galaxy Active S6, and after Marshmallow Update all signal dropped from 3+ bars to 1 and sometime to two bars. Contacted AT&T tech support, no luck.

    Reply

  230. Rebecca

    07/19/2016 at 7:00 pm

    This is nice.!

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  231. Akiraa

    07/22/2016 at 5:51 am

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  233. Ruben Custódio

    07/22/2016 at 12:02 pm

    i’m going to buy the samsung j3 2016. will that version get the marshmallow?

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    • Tan Le

      08/09/2016 at 3:16 am

      There is a taploy said that South Korea and American’s J3 is already have Android 6, so you can hope for it

      Reply

  234. ravi

    07/23/2016 at 4:14 am

    Try not to update on the off chance that you have samsung s6 edge. after redesign i lost a few documents from. notes like my passwords to records, some application are not working appropriately, google map turn out to be more troublesome, erasing inbox sends difficult and straightforward as some time recently.

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  236. Keith

    07/30/2016 at 11:12 pm

    Very long advertisement. Not very well laid out help on problems with the new OS by Device type.

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  237. Olivia

    08/03/2016 at 1:32 am

    First of all, I just love to use the Samsung Galaxy Series Smartphone and it’s pretty awesome to have Marshmallow operating system on it. Plaese keep informing us and keep writing too.
    Thanks for sharing this informative post.

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  238. Thisuriwanniarachchi

    08/08/2016 at 10:07 am

    I dont like the update much. I cant lock my phone while im on a whatsapp or viber call cz it gets disconnected. Please tell me what i can do

    Reply

  239. idris

    08/11/2016 at 7:29 am

    i dont like Marsmallow on my j5. because battery life is now shorter and charging time is so long almost 3,5 hours.it is a lifetime.they should have given us option to downgrade to lollipop 5.1.1

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  240. Sophie

    08/12/2016 at 2:14 am

    Yep! Mashmallow,go get toasted.

    You have caused my phone to overheat, slow its connection to almost anything, freeze so I can’t see my unlock pattern with the keyboard constantly coming up on my Homecreen. Finally the best bit, I always clean out old apps and crap to stop security issues and the CPU slowing down, and I no tech geek. So I should get more than five hours out of a battery charge, when all I doing is leaving it switched on?

    Samsung – Happy for you to send me a new phone. Otherwise I have no choice but to revive my old Galaxy 4. Kinda sux after paying it off over 12 months.

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  241. Shereen

    08/12/2016 at 6:38 am

    I did my update on Galaxy A5 and love the look.

    I just have a few concerns, I have checked all my settings and I don’t have restricted data active and my whatsapp come through only when I am in wifi or when I go into whatsapp. This wasn’t like this before I did the update. Not sure what went wrong.

    I also noticed that when I go into my gallery it hangs before showing me the folders so I can view my photos.

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  242. Mrticklesz

    08/13/2016 at 11:50 pm

    Its because they’re trying to sell their new products which is no any different than the note 4.. damn you samsung!

    Reply

  243. Dee

    08/14/2016 at 2:48 pm

    Still no marshmallow for Galaxy Alpha…

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  244. Dwan Sadler

    08/18/2016 at 10:33 am

    Why didn’t the Sprin’ts Marshmallow update come with video calling? ATT, Verizon, and T-Mobile all have Samsung video calling S M H

    Reply

  245. fux

    08/23/2016 at 5:53 am

    Galaxy Alpha – waiting is the hardest time!

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  246. Charles

    08/23/2016 at 10:59 am

    ??? Lollipop worked ???
    Marshmallow worked.
    The security patch worked…

    Worked = didn’t brick the phone.

    Differences in performance = negligible.
    Additional features almost unnoticeable.
    Improvements = possibly… then again – maybe not.

    At least, this stuff does no harm…
    and,
    It’s worth every penny ya paid for it….

    Will the next security fix – really – fix anything… It won’t matter. The guys out there hacking code are so far ahead of the security patches – that they aren’t loosing sleep over the security patches. The security patches only patch found leaks anyway.

    Will Nougat fix the security issues… = probably not… but, it will make life difficult enough on the device owners to make them think that security has improved.. The hackers are way ahead of the process. They’ll have Nougat leaking while it’s still in beta.

    So.. we will get yet another candy flavor – this year… That will fulfill our un-expressed desires… They’ll add stuff that we didn’t ask for, telling us that we can’t live without it. They’ll sell it as a security necessity, whilst working on all the dozens of known security compromises. And, roll out a bug fix / security patch weeks after they drop the barely out of beta Nougat.

    All this does not matter to me. I’m in this for the damn phone. So long as I can make calls / receive calls – I’am ok with all the update/patch bull$hit… Just don’t brick the phone.

    Reply

  247. sadsds

    08/25/2016 at 8:43 am

    who can tell me when malaysia will get marshmallow update for galaxy a8(-a800f)?

    Reply

  248. Ray

    08/26/2016 at 12:15 pm

    I just got the Marshmallow update for my AT&T S5 today. The https://www.att.com/devicehowto/tutorial.html#!/stepbystep/id/stepbystep_KB424848?make=Samsung&model=GalaxyS5G900A site is not yet listing it, but I confirmed with an agent that it was released today (8/26/2016)

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  249. Dale Huhtala

    09/11/2016 at 6:54 pm

    I received my update a while ago on my Galaxy S6 Edge+ and it was noticeable, not dramatic but I appreciate the Do Not Disturb option and the permissions granularity. I also just received the update for the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 tablet. I’m glad they supported this tablet but they clearly did as minimal work as possible. There’s almost no visible change whatsoever. No change in notifications or app drawer at all. Some very slight changes in the Settings menu and that’s about it. I am eager to try bonding the SD card with the main storage memory though as the 16 GB tablets have never cut it.

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  250. MarshmallowForcedFacortyReset

    09/12/2016 at 7:38 am

    I was woken up this morning around 1:30 to my phone making the tmobile sound. I get up and it said the update failed, I selected to have it try again and it forced a factory reset on my phone. All my contacts and out of my 200+ contacts I have 11 now. None of my bookmarks for internet browsers are there.

    I can’t seriously be the only one. I have a Samsung J7, model number SM-7J00T, and I’m in Washington State.

    Even things some of the things I had saved on my SD card got wiped. So you can imagine I’m beyond many colorful expressions, especially with the line of work I’m in and the fact I’m also in school right now. I’ve lost so many points of contact where phone was the only form of communication I had with people and I have no way of reaching out.

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    09/21/2016 at 9:30 am

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  253. Marciat

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  254. Mohsen

    09/30/2016 at 2:23 pm

    Glad to hear about Marshmallow update for S5 mini , thanks samsung.

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  255. Jasica

    10/05/2016 at 7:55 am

    This is nice…!

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  256. Note 7 Vs iPhone 7

    10/10/2016 at 6:43 am

    We are waiting for update.but we dont know why this is so late.

    Reply

  257. roolis

    10/11/2016 at 1:59 pm

    when will S5 Active get 6.0?they were talking that its coming via OTG,but still no 6.0

    Reply

  258. Aatos Lehtila

    10/16/2016 at 6:06 am

    I updated to 6.0.1 on my Tab E a week ago. Suddenly I am getting freeze-ups when I do Google searches. No response to touch – have to leave Google to get rolling again. I never noticed this problem before. Anyone experiencing the same?

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  259. Bob Atom

    10/20/2016 at 2:09 am

    How can I find out what apps are running. Application manager now has the option of seeing ALL APPS, ENABLED APPS and TURNED OFF APPS! WTF!

    Reply

  260. liviaemily_6

    11/09/2016 at 4:58 am

    Don’t update,

    charging now takes twice as long,
    Chromecast no longer works from SdCard

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    • Aatos Lehtila

      11/09/2016 at 5:28 am

      Don’t update. I haven’t found a single positive, just problems.

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  263. Kathe

    12/07/2016 at 11:25 pm

    this month it updated to 6.0.1 and the shit continues. I cannot unlock phone using fingerprint after rebooting phone. It seems to me that Android M has taken a step backwards with my device. SM-G900K

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  264. snow android live

    12/23/2016 at 8:29 pm

    The update sucks if you have an S7

    Reply

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    12/24/2016 at 8:19 am

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  274. Pyare

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  276. Suraj Padmasali

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  277. Chiranjit

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  279. Debasish DebBarma

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  280. sayan jana

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  282. Carol

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  283. ori

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  284. Jackson

    04/18/2017 at 4:32 am

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  285. Debra

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