News by Luke Jones on Monday April 27, 2015.
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If you are toting the fantastic Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on T-Mobile in the United States then you are about to get Android 5.0.1 Lollipop, if you have not already. The Magenta Network is rolling out the new update for Sammy's phablet flagship now, bringing the handset up to speed in terms of software.The file is pretty darn massive so be warned, it weighs in at 1.1GB so you should definitely have around 75% battery left, while a Wi-Fi connection is essential for this upgrade. The download and installation process takes about 20 minutes with a solid connection and brings with it the full array of Lollipop goodies. That includes Project Volta, 64-bit ART compiler for smoother transitions, Material Design, Recent Apps, Quick Settings, Smart Lock, and much more besides. The update is being released in stages, so you may not see the OTA patch right now, but believe us it is coming on T-Mobile's network.
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