Galaxy Note 4 N910C Gets Lollipop In Poland


It’s been pretty long since the Galaxy Note 4 owners have been waiting to get their device the sweetness of Android 5.0 Lollipop. The Galaxy S5 has got it, the Galaxy Note 3 was even luckier, and we must say, the Galaxy S4 was the luckiest one. All of these past flagships have been updated to the all new Android 5.0 Lollipop, and it was the only Galaxy Note 4, which is also Samsung’s latest flagship device, and it wasn’t lucky enough to get this new firmware yet. Just today, Samsung cheered up the Galaxy Note 4 users in Poland by rolling out the Android 5.0.1 Lollipop for the N910C (Exynos) variant of the device.

Galaxy Note 4 owners will enjoy a completely revamped UI on their device. Samsung has renewated the TouchWiz UI to comply with Google’s latest UI, the Material Design. In addition to that, the new firmware makes the device much more smoother, secure and is pretty much bug free. Notifications on the lock screen amazing in this new firmware, battery life has been improved and there’s a plethora of other features introduced in this Lollipop update.

At the moment, the update is rolling out to the Galaxy Note 4 in Poland only and that too only through OTA updates. The update hasn’t landed in Samsung Kies yet. Just in case you’re in Poland and you’re willing to update your device right now, you will have to check through software updates in about device and start the process. Users living in other countries cannot get this update as there’s not firmware file available. We expect the update to hit through Samsung Kies in a day or two and the files will be available as well for flashing through Odin3.


That’s all for now. What do you think about the update the Android 5.0.1 update hitting the Galaxy Note 4 at this time of the year? Let us know!

Source: Sammobile

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