The LG G5, Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ are all receiving small updates from Verizon. Each update brings a different set of features, and fixes. We've got security updates, Visual Voicemail enhancements and more.

Galaxy Note 5 and S6 edge+

Verizon notes that the LG G5 update brings:

Verizon Wireless is pleased to announce a new software update for your LG G5. This update includes enhancements for Visual Voice Mail, Airplane Mode and reporting Microsoft Exchange Active Server data usage.

Visual Voice Mail Updates:

  • New, user friendly speaker and volume icons.

Airplane Mode security enhancement:

  • To enable Airplane Mode with a long press of the power button, you'll have to unlock the screen if you used the follow methods to lock it: Pattern lock, PIN, Password, Knock code, Fingerprint.

Data Usage:

  • Your device will now display data usage attributed to Microsoft Exchange Active Server (EAS).

And the Note 5 update includes:

  • This software update brings the latest Android™ security patches, a fix to false "No SIM card detected" error messages and improves audio routing for incoming video and voice calls.
  • New SIM card detection software fixes false "No SIM card detected" pop-up notifications.
  • You can now answer video calls as just a voice call, and when you do, call audio is routed to the earpiece by default.
  • Video call audio will come from the speaker by default.

Finally, the Galaxy S6 edge+ gains:

  • This software update brings the latest Android™ security patches, and improvements to video and voice call audio.

Video call answering options:

  • You can now answer video calls as just a voice call, and when you do, call audio is routed to the earpiece by default.
  • Video call audio will come from the speaker by default.

These updates are just beginning to roll out, so it may be a day or two before you see them. To check manually, head into your Settings, About phone and finally check for the update.