Sprint has finally pushed the Galaxy S6 edge+ SM-G928P official Android 7.0 Nougat updates, to which came out as build version G928PVPU3DQC5. However, Sprint support page hasn’t showed any announcement yet, it could be updated soon. But OTA update itself is now officially released to the public so there is nothing to worry things about.
Meanwhile, those who owns the Sprint Galaxy S6 SM-G920P and Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925P your Android 7.0 Nougat updates hasn’t surfaced yet, and there are no words about it so far. But it might arrive at a time right after the Galaxy S8 and S8+ launch this month.
So those who owns the Galaxy S6 edge+ SM-G928P, you folks may better check this Nougat update availability. Again, it isn’t fully rolled out yet as it’s still under in phase released.
Here are the details:
Sprint Galaxy S6 edge+ Update version G928PVPU3DQC5
- Device: Galaxy S6 edge+ SM-G928P
- Android version: 7.0. (Nougat)
- Android security patch level: March 1, 2017
- Baseband version: G928PVPU3DQC5
- Kernel version: 3.10.61-10809541
- Build number: MMB29K.G928PVPU3DQC5
Android 7.0 Nougat Features:
- Android 7.0 Nougat OS upgrade
- Provides new UX and various performance modes
- Improved usability of the Notification feature and Quick settings button
- Improved usability of the Multi-window
- Improved setting menu and Always On Display
- Efficient space for installation of downloaded apps, improved speed of system
- upgrade and app installation
- Multi-Window Usability Improvements
The roll out already begun since April 4, 2017, but it is still in stages. You may just check the update manually if you haven’t received the notification message yet.
Here’s how to do it:
- From your S6 edge+ Home screen tap on Apps.
- Select the Settings gear icon.
- Tap About device.
- Tap Software update.
- Tap Check for an update.
It will then notifies 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 Install now if you do so or else Install later if you want to get the update in later time.
[Thank’s to Tim]