Galaxy S6 Active Gets Marshmallow Update Today

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AT&T has approved the update to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow today for the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active. The update will arrive as software build UCU3CPE4 through a file that is roughly 1.4GB in size.

AT&T isn’t divulging any of the dirty details, but you should expect to see access to Google Now on Tap, Doze Mode (for better battery life), and better app permissions controls. I wouldn’t be shocked if you also get the latest UI update that came with recent Note updates. 

To check for the update, head into Settings>System>About Device>Software Update>Check for updates.

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