Android Marshmallow update for the Galaxy Note 4 has the version 6.0.1 on it. The update is packed up in 1.3 GB. As far as the changes and new features are concerned, this update brings popular off-screen memo from the Galaxy Note 5 to the Galaxy Note 4. This feature was ported to the Galaxy Note 4 by some developers in the past, but users will now be able to enjoy it as an in-built feature. Other changes include the white toggle menu. Samsung has skipped its traditional bluish toggle menu this time. There are some new icons introduced in settings menu. Marshmallow brings a better battery life and performance stability for the Galaxy Note 4. Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for the Galaxy Note 4 carries the build number XXU2DPCB.
This update started hitting the device through Samsung Kies and over-the-air. You can check the software update option under the about-device section of your device’s settings. If you happen to be lucky enough to get this update through OTA, you may update it right away. If you haven’t got this update yet and you’re still willing to get it right away then you can flash it using the guide here on our site: Install Official Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow XXU2DPCB on Galaxy Note 4 N910C.
Let us know if you’ve already updated your Note 4 N910C to Android Marshmallow. How has your experience been so far?
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