You cant usually get what you desire. So sang the Rolling Stones, and it is as true of the technology space as anywhere else, sometimes, for whatever reason (and typically such grounds remain a closed book) a smartphone maker determines it is going to control distribution for a special model. del raton haga clic en el sitio web hasta que viene It is always confusing android community when this happens. Why would an OEM determine where it should do fairly well NOT to sell a specific cellphone in a market? It truly is baffling. Those that got it - and, it labored - do not look to have a problem with it if it comes with its own completely new set of anomalies. When it comes to remaining part of the world, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow upgrade is rolling out in Europe for the SM-N910C android jellybean in Poland, consumers in Croatia, Germany , Korea , Austria, Italy , and its supposedly available for Galaxy Note 4 customers in Uzbekistan (SM-N910H). Because of these roll outs, we understand what the Samsung Galaxy Notice 4 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow upgrade looks like. The super messed up part is for re-leasing pc software that can harm your telephone the TAKE-NO liability. Telus in Canada was one of the first North American carriers to verify specific dates for the Samsung Galaxy-S6 and Galaxy-S6 Edge and it really is eventually rolling out the Galaxy-S6 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow upgrade to users. If you have to go back to stock applications at any stage during android watches your time with the Galaxy s 7 these will not be useless. Samsung will be rolling out Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, the most up-to-date model of Marshmallow from Google. Galaxy Note 4 users in India should also be looking for the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow upgrade. The upgrade is rolling out right now and it checks in at a whopping 1.4GB. Prepare accordingly. Note 4 (Canada) here, once I update Im done with Samsung! Had the S-3, Note 10.1 (2012) and now Note 4 and consistently the same with lack smartphone android of upgrades or exceptionally slow to upgrade. In March Samsung rolled out an urgent â software update for the Galaxy s 7 Edge. TMobile pushed bug fix updates out to the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.