If you own any of these handsets on Verizon you might want to keep your eyes open for an update notification. The carrier is releasing new software updates for the LG G5, Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+ today, all three updates are being rolled out over-the-air and the official changelogs have now been posted on Verizon’s website.

Software version VS98712A is being rolled out today by Verizon for the LG G5. It brings enhancements for visual voice mail, airplane mode and reporting Microsoft Exchange Active Server data usage. Visual voice mail gets user-friendly speaker and volume icons while to enable airplane mode with a long press of the power button users will now have to unlock the handset first.

The Galaxy Note 5 is getting software version MMB29K.N920VVRU2BPD4 on Verizon today. The update brings the latest Android security patches, a fix for the false “No SIM card detected” error messages as well as improved audio routing for incoming video and voice calls.

Last but not the least, the Galaxy S6 Edge+ gets software version MMB29K.G928VVRU2BPD4 which also brings the latest Android security patches aside from improvements to video and voice call audio.

The updates for all three devices are now being rolled out over-the-air and should go live for everybody in the near future.

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