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Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Gets Android 6.0 Marshmallow; Here’s The Changes

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is all set to receive the Android Marshmallow 6.0 update. The popular carrier Verizon is rolling with the Android Marshmallow updates for its Galaxy Note 5 customers.

How To Update Your Galaxy Note 5 to Android Marshmallow?

iDigital Times says The Android 6.0 update will reach your handsets automatically.

If you want to check out the updates manually, then you can follow these steps

  • ? ?Go to Settings
  • ???Select ?About Phone?
  • ???Choose ?Software Update? and see whether update is available or not

What Are The Benefits Of Android Marshmallow?

According to Christian Today, Android Marshmallow will add a feature called ?Do Not Disturb Mode?. With this feature, the user can select the apps that can send notifications. There will be another feature called “Active Display Mode”. This mode will reduce the brightness of the display when its untouched for a long time. So, your phone battery will be used for a longer time. ?Doze? can send the device to sleep mode and also closes the background apps. There will be improved security features which will help the user to have better control over apps. Verizon has a special gift for its Galaxy Note 5 while updating the device to Android Marshmallow. Henceforth, HD voice users can enjoy Wi-Fi calling facility! Live Broadcast features will be better with Marshmallow update. International Business Times says Galaxy Note 5 will get to experience the latest version of TouchWiz UI and Samsung?s Internet 4.0 browser, Cross App etc. with the Android Marshmallow update.

What Are The Problems With Android Marshmallow Update?

Gotta Be Mobile says that the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Marshmallow update is passing through a beta process since the update is causing problems like battery drain, difficulties with Gear VR etc.

Other carriers have not revealed anything about Android Marshmallow update for their Galaxy Note 5 customers. Verizon?s quick move may encourage them to take quick action regarding this. Let us keep up the hope!

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