Android 6.0 Marshmallow Update For The S6 Edge Plus Arrives In Europe, Sprint In The US and India

S6 Edge Plus Update

Sprint started to release the updated Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Note 5 owners just yesterday. However, according to the genuine sources, those who have the Galaxy S6 Edge+ through the same carrier can get the latest version of Android M. Moreover, the global distribution of Android Marshmallow for the S6 Edge+ users is also currently underway.

Those lavishing the Smartphone in Europe and India have already got their 1.3 GB care package. So, regardless of the region you have been living in, the S6 Edge+ update might be coming your way too. The Sprint software update of the OS is codenamed as G928PVPU2BPC3.

The Sprint update has started to make its way through the software scene and is likely to reach to the compatible handset owners in a few times. If you are eligible for the update, i.e. you own a Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and you want to update your Smartphone with the latest software entry, then you need to check when it’s up for your device.

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In order to check the update, simply go to the Settings option in your handset and opt for the About Device section. From there, select the Software update and click on the Update Now. That’s it; your device will get updated in a meek time. In case, there is nothing in the update section, try again after a few hours once your device has received the update.

Just yesterday, an update for the Galaxy Note arrived. The update had all the security patches for the OS introduced on 1st March. However, the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus update on Sprint we are discussing only has a standard Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

Regardless, the update is still introducing a lot in terms of the Google’s firmware features. The additions include Google Now on Tap, too. The update has almost all the necessities covered, so once you have updated you are to the point with all the features.

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