Samsung Galaxy S6 Gets A New Firmware Update Over-The-Air [Stability]

It’s the software update based on Android 5.0.2 Lollipop which the European Galaxy S6 units have received, and this is the second time an OTA was rolled out for the Samsung Galaxy S6 since last month. Nevertheless, the new firmware update for Galaxy S6 received today brings noticeable changes to the phone’s performance. More details on the Galaxy S6 OTA update can be found right after this jump.

Galaxy S6-Firmware
Those users of Galaxy S6 have been reporting some issues regarding memory and drops in performance, and that what Samsung recognized and promised to roll out it in future micro updates. Judging from the improved stability and speed of the unit, we can fairly safely state that the memory leak was handled after the update.

The update package has a build number G920FXXU1AODG and weighs precisely 138.32 MB. For Galaxy S6, the change log is quite vague, so we can’t say anything sure about what improvements and fixes it brings, but the Galaxy S6 is now a lot more snappier.

Head over to the Settings > About Phone > Software Updates > Check for updates. Find anything new firmware, download it and install it. Have done successfully, share something about the OTA in question and the alleged Galaxy S6 memory leak fix.


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