Samsung tablets are often left out in the cold when it comes to firmware updates, it isn’t unknown for one of its flagship tablets to be 2 or even 3 versions of Android behind Google’s latest release. I’m sure that owners of the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition will understand where I’m coming from seeing as that device has languished on Android 4.4.2 KitKat since its launch (unless you had the T-Mobile variant). There is cause to rejoice for some, though, because the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update is finally available to download for the SM-P600 (WiFi) variant.
The Android 5.1.1 firmware update comes in at around 1.3GB and is aimed at the Spanish model with the PHE product code. The update has a build date of October 23, with a change list number of 101969629 for what its worth. Because Samsung doesn’t hand out change logs, it’s virtually impossible to figure what they have changed or fixed in the new firmware.
If you have the Spanish version of the SM-P600, it might be worth your while going into Settings, About Phone and tapping the Software Update tab to see if the update is available. If it isn’t (or you have a model from a different region but with the same model number) and you are impatient, you can always just download the firmware(here) and flash it manually via Odin.