Samsung has been doing some amazing work lately with the launch of Galaxy S8 and S8+ and also providing software as well as security updates to its older flagship phones. This has made the company’s reputation rise in the past couple of months. Though,Samsung phones sold in U.S by the carriers like At&t have yet to provide major version updates to their phones which makes Samsung look bad in the competition. This is about to change somewhat as At&t has released the Android Nougat update to the Galaxy Note 5 and the S6 Edge on its network.
AT&T didn’t publish the official changelog for the Note 5’s update yet, a good number of AT&T users have revealed on its forum that the OTA is arriving with the build NRD90M. Weighing in at 1.4GB, the update, while bringing all the goodies from Nougat also installs the March Android security patch on the Note 5.
AT&T’s Galaxy S6 Edge+ update, as seen on the official support page is arriving with the build G928AUCU4EQC6 with size up to 1.51GB. The S6 Edge+’s update also installs the March security patch on the smartphone. In addition, the OTA also brings along a few enhancements, adds Samsung Cloud and Samsung Pass apps while getting rid of a few apps like AT&T Address Book, MobiTV, and AT&T Live.
This updates have been rolled out via staged rollout of OTA and should be reaching your phones anytime soon. But if the update has not arrived yet, Look for it in Settings-About Device-Software updates section of the phone. Make sure to charge your phone above 50% and ensure that you are connected to a stable WiFi connection in order to download the update properly. This update after installation should make your device running all the important features which come with Android Nougat like Multi-Window etc.