AT&T Galaxy S6 is Getting Its Marshmallow Update


Galaxy S6 owners who are stuck with AT&T, your Marshmallow update is incoming. In fact, you may be able to pull it right now. A number of owners of the phone over at reddit have been downloading and updates their Galaxy S6s all morning, so you may want to take a look. 

The update supposedly weighs in at about 1.5GB and software version “PD6.” I wish I could tell you more, but AT&T has all but abandoned their individual device support pages these days and has yet to update with Marshmallow info for the Galaxy S6. Feel free to keep checking here for the latest.

To check for the update, which should be Android 6.0.1, head into Settings>About device>Software update>Check for updates.

Anyone seeing it?

0 Comment

Leave a Reply

Captcha image


  • 5300c769af79e

    T-Mobile Offers Free, Unlimited Data in Europe This Summer

    If you're a T-Mobile customer, you shouldn't have to worry about data.The self-proclaimed "un-carrier" is giving customers unlimited high-speed data, up to 4G LTE speeds, throughout Europe this summer (with the exception of Andorra), at no additional cost.
  • 5300c769af79e

    Russia May Kick Out LinkedIn

    A LinkedIn block in Russia could be imminent, in light of last week's court ruling that the company broke a law requiring personal data on Russian citizens to be stored on servers within the country.Indonesia and the Netherlands were ahead of Russia with 6 million each.
  • 5300c769af79e

    T-Mobile, Sprint Might Call Gigabit LTE '5G'

    At press conferences introducing new network technologies here, execs from T-Mobile and Sprint demurred when asked whether they would brand their upgraded "gigabit" 4G LTE networks as "5G" in the future.I think that the gigabit LTE path that we're on is our path to 5G, [but] I think 5G is more than just gigabit LTE," Sprint CTO John Saw said.
  • 5300c769af79e

    Predictive Analytics, Wearables Data Driving EHR Growth

    The research firm is forecasting the global EHR market to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of more than 5%, exceeding $28 billion by 2020.[How is Penn Medicine using EHR data with analytics?