Galaxy Note 5 N920C Gets Updated To Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

Big day for Galaxy Note 5 users. The much awaited Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update has finally started rolling out for our beloved device. Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow updated has started hitting the N920C variant of the Galaxy Note 5 for now, other variants should follow the update quite soon now. The update comes out soon after Samsung officially updated the Galaxy S6 ad Galaxy S6 edge to Android Marshmallow globally. Galaxy Note 5 was expected to receive Marshmallow update back in December, 2015. Thanks to Samsung’s utter laziness, the update couldn’t happen anytime around December 2015 and comes out now.galaxy-note5_gallery_with-spen_black

Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update for the Note 5 carries the build number N920CXXU2BPB6 and currently is rolling out through OTA or Samsung Kies for users residing in Cambodia. Marshmallow update for the Note 5 brings a plethora of new features. The very first and notable change in this update is the slightly changed and new UI which replaces the traditional green or bluish toggle menus into white now. Galaxy Note 5’s Marshmallow update carries new features including Doze, Google Now on Tap, Samsung’s new browser with ad-block. Apart from these features, Samsung has also managed to enhance the performance and battery life of its most recent phablet.

At the time of writing this post, you can either update your device through OTA updates by heading over to Settings > About device > Software update > Check for update or you can also try using Samsung Kies / Samsung Smart Switch  to check if you’re lucky enough to grab Marshmallow sweetness. If you can’t wait for the update to hit your device through the aforementioned options, you may want to update your Galaxy Note 5 N920C to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow official firmware via Odin.

Have you updated your Galaxy Note 5 to Marshmallow? If so, do share the experience with us.



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