One of the best Samsung tablets money can buy is receiving a new software update on Verizon today. The country’s biggest mobile carrier has finally released Marshmallow for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. It was only yesterday that Verizon started sending out a similar Marshmallow update for the Galaxy S5, and this is the first Samsung tablet in its lineup that’s getting the Marshmallow update.
Verizon has started rolling out Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for the Galaxy Tab S2. Software version T817VVRU2BPE1 is being rolled out over-the-air and it should go live shortly for all Verizon users who have this tablet.
It brings all of the features that Marshmallow is known for, including but not limited to the Doze mode, better app notifications, improved app permissions, cosmetic changes, and more.
Additional changes include some new features for the native gallery and email applications, as well as the ability to add images in the Memo application. These are minor tweaks but they sure go a long way in improving the overall user experience.
Galaxy Tab S2 owners on Verizon can download this update on both Wi-Fi and a cellular connection, though they would be better off with a Wi-Fi connection since this is a pretty hefty update.