UPDATE: T-Mobile has now updated its Galaxy Note 4 support page with info on this update. Of note is that the N910T Galaxy Note 4 is getting a Google Voice fix, while the N910T3 version of the Note 4 is getting an anti-theft update.
Galaxy Note 4 owners, your serving of Marshmallow has arrived.
T-Mobile is now pushing Android 6.0.1 to its Galaxy Note 4. As you might expect from a major OS upgrade, this update is a biggie, weighing in at 1506.66MB. You may want to find yourself a speedy Wi-Fi connection before starting the download. As of this writing, T-Mobile’s support site hasn’t yet been updated to reflect the rollout.
With the bump to Marshmallow comes goodies like Google Now on Tap, improved permissions, and Doze mode battery optimizations. The changelog provided with the update also calls out a new TouchWiz with an updated design, a new vibration pattern concept, and more.
I know some Galaxy Note 4 owners have been getting antsy waiting for their phone to be updated and watching other devices like the Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 5, and Galaxy S6 get Marshmallow, so it’s nice to see the Note 4’s upgrade to Android 6.0.1 finally arrive. If you’ve got a Note 4 and haven’t yet been notified of the update, you can check manually by going into Settings > About device > Software Update.
Thanks, Fxy and Hector!