No it’s not Android 6.0 Marshmallow update released for Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5, but a new software version of its OEMs kind. Although the Galaxy Note5 did received a new Android 5.1.1 OTA just recently. Despite its limited international availability, the Note5 is still the latest and greatest in the OEM’s signature productivity line, which would keep an eye on new software changes.
The latest Galaxy Note 5 update however is said brings some security improvements, bug fixes, improved battery life and more. Users are reporting that the package (N920IDVU2AOJ4) is seeding in Singapore for all CSC codes – XSP, SIN, STH, and MM1, which it weighs 144.2 MB in size and as the changelog reads, its main progression would be on call stability and battery usage optimization.
The new firmware update also claims to bring other improvements, which accompained by a KNOX update and does trigger an eFuse – a flag that used to be 1A is now 2A. the update has been released to the Note5 in Europe so far, it is not clear when it will land in other countries.
You can check to see if the update is available for your handsets from the settings menu on your device. Navigate to Software Update page and once downloaded and installed, you’ll not be able to downgrade to a previous version of Android as the latest updates comes with changes to security policies, which could be problematic for some users, as it is essential for some secure features like Samsung Pay and others.