And Now Verizon is Updating the Galaxy Note 4 to Marshmallow

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Whoa there, Verizon, just showing off now, are we?

Two days after sharing with us a list of 13 devices that had been updated to Marshmallow, Verizon has added two more to the list, the most recent being the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. 

The update should begin rolling out today as software version VRU2CPD1 and Android build MMB29M (Android 6.0.1). Like the Galaxy S5’s update to Marshmallow, Note 4 owners are getting Google Now on Tap, Doze, better application permission controls, WiFi Calling, a newish TouchWiz skin with new icons, and Ultra High Quality Audio.

To see all of the new details, hit up that source link below.

To grab the updated, head into Settings>About phone>Software updates>Check for new updates.

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