T-Mobile's Galaxy Note 4 is Getting Android 6.0.1 Today

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T-Mobile has started pushing an update today to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 as software version VU2DPE3 or VU1DPE3. Those numbers don’t actually matter much, though, because the real story here is the fact that the update is Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.

T-Mobile doesn’t list many details about the update outside of the file size (1.5GB), but being a Note device, you should expect a similar experience to what the Note 5 got with Marshmallow. Details of that update can be found here. 

To check for the update, head into Settings>About device>Software update.

T-Mo’s variant of the Note 4 joins Verizon’s as the first Note 4s to get Marshmallow.

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