Verizon has finally given Galaxy Note 4 owners their Android 5.1.1 Lollipop upgrade, five months after the release was first rolled out to international models. The update fixes a whole bunch of bugs, improves stability, and lots more.
Android 5.1.1 isn’t generally considered a major release, but given the many issues that previous versions have on the Galaxy Note 4, it’s one that many users have been keen to get their hands on. It’s a shame those on Verizon have had to wait so long for it, then.
But it’s here now, and it’s available to download over-the-air with build number LMY47X.N910VVRU2BOK3.
“This software update has been tested to optimize device performance, resolve known issues and apply the latest security patches,” according to Verizon. It also brings Android for Work, upgrades Samsung Knox, and removes the previously pre-installed Amazon Appstore and Amazon widgets.
If you haven’t already received this update on your Verizon Galaxy Note 4, try searching for it manually by opening Settings, tapping “About device,” then “Software update,” then “Update now.” You may also be able to upgrade using Samsung’s KIES application for Mac and PC.