This update is arriving nearly a full year after Android 6.0 Marshmallow first became available and clocks in at 1.3GB. The update also includes August’s security patch and will bring Video Calling, Wi-Fi Calling, and Advanced Messaging capabilities to both of these devices.
As usual, this update will take a few days to roll out to all AT&T Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge devices. To check and see if it’s ready for your device, head on over to Settings > About phone > Check for updates.
It’s worth noting that the Marshmallow rollout has been particularly agonizing for both of these devices. The first rollout from Sprint didn’t come until March of this year, with other carriers sending it out over the course of the summer. Now that AT&T is on board, all major US carriers have the Note 7 and the Note Edge running Android 6.0.1.
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