T-Mobile subscribers who own the Galaxy Note 4 have been waiting for quite a long time to get a taste of Lollipop. It was only earlier this month that it was revealed that T-Mobile had started testing said update for the phablet. However the carrier hadn’t revealed when we could expect to see Lollipop arrive for the Galaxy Note 4. That day is today. T-Mobile has finally released Android 5.0.1 for the Galaxy Note 4 over-the-air.

A couple of days back Des Smith, senior product manager at T-Mobile, tweeted that technical approval had been received for this update, which meant that the roll out would begin very soon.

It certainly didn’t take too long after Smith tweeted this for the update to start hitting Galaxy Note 4 units across the country. Reports are coming in from T-Mobile subscribers who have now already received the much awaited Lollipop update on their device.

T-Mobile subscribers should keep in mind that this update weighs more than 1GB so they’re required to hook up to a good Wi-Fi network before they can start to download it. Ample juice in the battery will also be required for the installation process to begin.

We all know what Lollipop brings to the table, a new user interface, many new features and enhancements, as well as crucial security fixes.

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