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Australia Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge Update build G920IDVU3DOJ6 & G925IDVU3DOJ6

Australian owners of the Galaxy S6  (SM-G920I) and S6 Edge (SM-G925I) is getting another Android 5.1.1 OTA update. The update will bump build up the build number to G920IDVU3DOJ6 on Galaxy S6, while the S6 Edge on the other hand, will move its build number G925IDVU3DOJ6.  The update brings up some new features such as the Rich communication, Apps Optimization, and the newly updated Smart Manager and Samsung gear app. The update also includes the newly redesigned Apps icon, to which has a rounded edge and similar to the newly released Galaxy Note5.

In addition, the updated Smart Manager is one of the main concern of the update. This feature that will allow users to monitor the battery performance, RAM usage, memory storage and device security in one place within the device settings. It is now added with the Apps optimization feature to which is also a handy tool to optimized some apps just to get rid of battery draining problem, RAM and memory issues.

Here are the technical details of the update:

Device name: Samsung Galaxy S6
Model number: SM-G920I
Android version: 5.1.1

Baseband version: G920IDVU3DOJ6
Kernel Version: 3.10.61-5951853
Build Number: LMY47X.G920IDVU3DOJ6
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Device name: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
Model number: SM-G925I
Android version: 5.1.1

Baseband version: G925IDVU3DOJ6
Kernel Version: 3.10.61-5951853
Build Number: LMY47X.G925IDVU3DOJ6
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Both updates is now feeding live via Over-The-Air (OTA) update and thru Smart Switch.  Unfortunately, the update is only held available for those who got the unbranded or unlocked Galaxy S6 (SM-G920I) and S6 Edge (SM-G925I) in Australia. The update is also been spotted and is heading to Vodafone’s Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, but Vodafone hasn’t released any announcement about the said update. But all major Australian carriers might also start to roll out this coming couple of days.

Update: Vodafone Australia has made the official announcement addressing  the G920IDVU3DOJ6 5.1.1 update for their own Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. The update includes the following features and enhancements:

  • Vodafone 3G data issue fix
  • Global Call drop patches
  • Google Security patches
  • Samsung applications and UX update
  • Other global bug fixes, stability and performance improvements
  • You may read the full details here

How to Update the Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge to 5.1.1 DOJ6 Update

The DOJ6 is and update to the previous 5.1.1 build COGA.  If you haven’t received the notification message yet, it is much better to check the update manually.

  • Do not forget to recharge your phone.
  • Do not forget to backup all of the important data.
  • Your Galaxy S6 and  S6 edge must still run in the official software version and hasn’t been rooted nor installed with non-official firmware.

Updating the Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge via Over-The-Air (OTA)

This is the usual method on how to check and to perform an update on Galaxy S6 to the latest software version.  This method is what we called Firmware Update  Over-The-Air and so-called as FOTA or simply OTA update. In most often cases, a notification message will be directly sent out to you by your network provider and by Samsung itself, telling you that there is a new update that has now available for download.  This approach requires you to prepare a strong WiFi connection,  and so it might happen sometimes that one did not receive any software update notification messages; 1) if and when the device is out of range during the software update roll out  period, 2) Automatic update has been turned off in the device Settings.
However, We can still manually check for the update instead.

Here’s how to do it manually:

  • From your Galaxy S6 Home screen tap on Apps.
  • Select the Settings gear icon.
  • Tap About device.
  • Tap Software update.
  • Tap Check for an update.

It will then notify you that a new update is available for download. But it also says that “Your device software is up to date“, and there is no software update is yet available for grab. You can simply choose Download and Install now if you do so or else Install later if you want to get the update in later time.

But if ever you might have had received this message while checking software update that says something like “The operating system on your device has been modified in an unauthorized way. Try downloading software updates using Smart Switch on your computer or visit a customer service center.”  This is a warning message that only appears for those devices that have been rooted and installed with modified and unofficial firmware.  So to be able to get the Software OTA update again, you must Unroot the Galaxy S6 edge  first and removed any modification that has been installed on it.

6 thoughts on “Australia Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge Update build G920IDVU3DOJ6 & G925IDVU3DOJ6”

  1. The article mentioned smart manager icon changes and other which are all already been available in the earlier firware updates. S6 and S6 edge both has smart manager from the very beginning of its launch. Please provide the correct change log for the firmwares so that viewers can able to note the following.

    1. Yes, you are absolutely correct, S6 and S6 edge both already have the smart manager by default. But, as you may know, Smart manager is also been disabled by some carriers in some regions. The new rounded edge icon is the new, not like the old ones which are a flatted square. This update is exclusively referring to Australia’s Galaxy S6 SM-G920I, not the New Zealand, India and Singapore version.

  2. Need help here. it shows that an update is available, but when i try to do it on the phone, there is this android logo and an exclamation mark show up and it fails, same happens when using smart switch, it gets stuck after it downloads it.

    1. Are you rooted? You may try to perform factory reset first to clear cache partition. However, If ever your phone is rooted with custom recovery in it, you are doomed. Flashing the stock firmware is the only last resort to get the update.

  3. Just got the update straight from OTA. Seems it fixes the Stagefright now! A new battery optimization thingy in Settings > Battery > App Optimization.

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