News by Luke Jones on Tuesday May 05, 2015.
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It has only been a week since T-Mobile started sending Android 5.0.1 Lollipop to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and today the Note Edge is also in line for the update. The "Uncarrier" network officially announced that the upgrade is going to the device with the curved screen from today in a staged over the air roll out.The update is massive at 1.1GB and T-Mobile is making it a rule that you use a Wi-Fi connection; in other words you cannot use your data stream. The build numbers in question is N915TUVU1COD7 and it has already started making its way to Galaxy Note Edge users. It is worth remembering it is a staggered roll out, so if you have not seen the notification yet don't worry. You could always check manually by heading to Settings > About Device > Software Updates. T-Mobile also has the update on its website, so you could download it directly from there, with the company providing all the necessary instructions.
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