Samsung’s most recent leader cell phones – the Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note5 – got their first programming overhaul back in October this year. Presently, the organization has begun taking off another OTA redesign to both gadgets.
It’s hard to say what’s new in the overhaul as its change log is same as that of the past redesign, which brought call solidness, battery enhancements, and additionally upgrades identified with the security of the gadget.
In any case, the new overhaul – which tips the scales at around 100MB and conveys a fabricate number of N920GUBU2AOK3 and G928IDVU2AOK8 for the Note5 and S6 edge+, separately – includes Android’s November security patch. On the off chance that you haven’t got the overhaul notice yet, you can physically check for it by making a beeline for Settings – > about gadget – > Software redesign on your gadget.
Both the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ got their first programming upgrade in the meantime, and the two 5.7-inch leads are currently getting another overhaul together. Our Indian units of the Note 5 and S6 edge+ have gotten an upgrade around 100 MB in size, with a change log that is like the first OTA that revealed a month back.
The change log notice enhanced call quality, enhanced security, and “Battery use improvement”, which is an element that was included with the first redesign and spares battery life by halting applications out of sight.
The redesign likewise incorporates the general Android security patch for the month of November, however we’re not certain if this patch turned out the last time Samsung updated these gadgets. The construct numbers for the Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge + firmware are N920GUBU2AOK3 and G928IDVU2AOK8; we didn’t get the notice for the redesign consequently and needed to do a manual check to make them show up, which implies the rollout began as of late and hasn’t spread out to countless yet.
On the off chance that you haven’t got a warning either, make a point to head into the Settings » About gadget » Software overhaul menu and hit the Update now catch to correct that.
Redesign: As our per users pointed out, this overhaul alters the issue that would bring about the Note 5 and S6 edge+ to at times slack when a client would awaken the screen, furthermore brings back the content identification alternative (optical character’s acknowledgment, otherwise known as OCR) in the Note 5′s Smart Select component.
We can affirm this as the OCR choice was absent before the upgrade hit, however, we will need to utilize both gadgets for a couple of more days to check whether the screen wakeup issue has really been settled.