Reports are filling our inbox that T-Mobile US is rolling out the Android 5.0.1 Lollipop update to owners of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Now's a good time for us to urge T-Mobile subscribers to check for updates on their Note 4.
Today's rollout by T-Mobile bumps the firmware version up to N910TUVU1COD6, and follows other US carriers (including the likes of Verzion) who have already released Lollipop to lucky Galaxy Note 4 owners.
Having trouble spotting the OTA update notification? Give Samsung Kies a try. We have yet to confirm reports flowing in with our own devices, but do let us know on our community forum if you've received the update.
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