For those who rocks Verizon Samsung Galaxy S6 (SM-G920V) the Android 5.11 Lollipop update has officially rolling out. The latter will get the new software update dubbed with build number LMY47X.G920VVRU3BOG5 and also bumps up the baseband version to G920VVRU3BOG5. Along with the update are some similar feature and enhancements that they’ve also sendout to Samsung Galaxy S6 edge (SM-G925V) owners. The update is contained with numerous enhancements and fixes to some particular issues like the ‘Contacts has stopped’ error and a lot more. Along with it, is the Stagefright fix, just like the ones released on Sprint and AT&T Galaxy S6 and S5 edge.
- Upgrade to Android OS 5.1.1
- Caller Name ID now works if you have Advanced Calling enabled on your device
- Fixed an issue where sometimes ‘Contacts has stopped’ would pop up
- Fixed a no service condition when traveling to Puerto Rico
- Fixed an issue where sometimes the Mobile Data icon would disappear from the Quick Panel
- Made improvements to auto-correction and predictive text in native keypad
- Device Security Improvements
Android version: 5.1.1
Baseband version: G920VVRU3BOG5
Kernel version: 3.10.61
Build number: LMY47X.G920VVRU3BOG5
The update is now available via Over-The-Air (OTA) update and the release may be in stages. Make sure to prepare your Galaxy S6 before taking the update, like charging the battery to its fullest as the 5.1.1 update itself is a large file size packaged. You may escalate to Verizon support page to get the full details about the update.