Good news, after all. Samsung Galaxy Note Edge was one of the last Android of Samsung that wasn’t receiving a new update to the latest version of the new operating system by Google. Despite the fact that Samsung Galaxy Note II is, maybe, not getting any Lollipop update, other Note series are already. The OTA is hitting up the Note Edge on its T-Mobile station, a few weeks after passing by both the US Cellular and Sprint stops.
With this new step, the Android 5.0.2 Lollipop update build N915TUVU1COD7 would be available to all Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (N915) devices on T-Mobile. Apparently, the update will arrive just before Android 5.1 Lollipop, in order to implement a number of improvements and corrections, even if they are simple, will see. Specifically, Android 5.0.2 Lollipop weighs 250.53 MB and users can easily download it and enjoy the benefits.
In this sense, those who already enjoy it ensures that the most notable changes are listed in performance section. It is likely that part of the integrated applications natively on the device may experience changes in the user interface, both aesthetically and functionally. Also, improvements will be also found in photo editing. Thus, new for motion picture editing functions were added. Finally, it is noted that the update enhances compatibility with phone accessories.
There is also available an Android 5.0.1 Lollipop update for Vodafone Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (SM-N915FY). Specifically, it is the software version XXU1BOC3 (Spain).
As expected, the Android 5.0.2 update Lollipop will come gradually to all the devices, so it would be completely normal that users still had not received any news announcing its availability. To have it you need: check memory and make a backup. The upgrades can be done in the following ways: using a computer with the Samsung Kies program and USB cable; from your phone (FOTA). To update via FOTA: go to Settings > General > About phone > System Updates > Check.