Jun 15 AT 9:26 AM Evan Selleck 0 Comments

T-Mobile’s Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge now receiving Android 5.1.1

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Today, June 15, T-Mobile confirmed that its pair of Samsung-branded flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, would begin receiving their over the air update to Android 5.1.1.

For owners of the Galaxy S6, the update is version G920TUVU1AOF6, and according to the magenta carrier, it weighs in at about 630.96MB. As for the Galaxy S6 edge, that will be updated to version G925TUVU1AOF6, and the update measures up to 635.45MB. As for the changes in each update, they’re the same across the board:

New features

  • Anti-theft

Improvements

  • Black boxes in email is resolved
  • Camera LED flashlight is resolved
  • Check for Amazon error is resolved
  • Failed to reboot – error message is resolved
  • Fingerprint scanner improvements
  • Various bug fixes and device improvements

The update is rolling out today, but it could take some time before all of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge units out there in the wild get updated. For those that want to try and instigate the new software’s installation on their own time, head into Settings –> System –> About device –> Software update –> Ok. And be sure to let us know if you get the new software in the comments below.

Via: SamMobile

Source: T-Mobile (Galaxy S6)

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