Galaxy Note 5 owners on T-Mobile will want to pay attention to this post. The carrier is now rolling out Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow to Galaxy Note 5 owners on its network. The update is being rolled out over-the-air and it should go live for all users with the handset in a couple of hours. It bumps up the OS to Marshmallow and also comes with the latest April security patch.

T-Mobile has released software version N920TUVV2DPD1 which bumps up the Galaxy Note 5 to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and adds all patches and security improvements that are included in the April patch.

The update comes in at just over 1.4GB so users will want to connect to a pretty strong Wi-Fi network before they start downloading the update. It’s also best to have ample juice in the device or have it plugged it when the update is being downloaded and installed.

All of the features that are included in Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow come with this update that T-Mobile is sending out today. Users may need to update some apps that were installed via Lollipop once they’ve updated the handset to Marshmallow.

The update notification should pop up soon for Galaxy Note 5 owners on T-Mobile. If they don’t get it they can try pulling the update manually by heading over to the settings menu and finding the update option in the About phone menu.

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16 MP
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3000 mAh
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