Samsung Galaxy Note 4 owners, your Lollipop is here. Since launching in November last year with Android 4.4, owners have been awaiting their lollipop update and the good news is, that it’s rolling out.
Ausdroid reader Brandon advised us of the update, which has hit his unlocked Galaxy Note 4 handset purchased from The Good Guys. The update is fairly large – 1006MB in size, but it contains an awful lot of updates according to the update prompt which Brandon shared :
The update is available for unlocked devices, or will be with these rollouts tending to be staggered, so keep checking your Note 4 – Settings > System Updates > Update Now – for updates. Carrier branded Note 4 handsets could also see the Lollipop update shortly, with at least one carrier advising that the update is ready.
Optus advises that the update to Android 5.0.1 has been delivered to Note 4 and Note Edge already on their software update page – but that’s the end of the good news. Vodafone lists the update for the Note 4 and Note Edge as ‘Testing failed, awaiting feedback from Samsung’ while Telstra doesn’t even mention the update in their latest – or the one prior – software update announcement.
If you see an update to your phone, let us know and if you have a Galaxy Note 4, let us know if you have your update and what you think about it.