T-Mobile Galaxy S6 Edge Update version 5.1.1 G925TUVU2COF8, Added with Cocktailbar error fix, various Bugs fixes and Battery life improvements

T-Mobile is simultaneously rolling out another Android 5.1.1 Over The Air (OTA) update on both Galaxy S6 SM-G920T and the Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925T. As we have just posted the roll out of the Galaxy S6 5.1.1 update version to G920TUVU2COF8, now here it comes the Galaxy S6 Edge 5.1.1 update version that have had followed very shortly.

On the S6 Edge update version, the build number is dubbed as G925TUVU2COF8. Just like the Galaxy S6 5.1.1 update, a similar changelog has given such as battery life improvements, various bug fixes and device improvements but there is one specific thing more added on it. The update is added with cocktailbar error fix. The latter will also resolve the circulating issues of the Edge screen that closes and displays the error message that says "Unfortunately, Cocktailbar service has stopped". The cocktailbar error  only appears while using a 3rd party themes from theme store. but it is finely running while using the default ones.

Here it goes what the technical details tells about in Settings>About device:

Device name: Galaxy S6 Edge
Model number: SM-G925T
Android version: 5.1.1

Baseband version: G925TUVU2COF8
Kernel Version: 3.10.61-5028597
Build Number: LMY47X.G925TUVU2COF8
File size:
OCG to OF8 = 635.64 MB (Wi-Fi required)
OF6 to OF8 = 102.97 MB (Data network or Wi-Fi)


  • Battery improvements
  • Cocktailbar error fix
  • Various bug fixes and device improvements
The update is pushed via Over The Air (OTA). Those devices still remained and running in Android 5.0.2 with build version or baseband version G925TUVU1AOOCG will take two stages of the software update. At the first stage, the device will install G925TUVU1AOF6 5.1.1 first at around 635.64 MB, then followed by another 102.97 MB to which installs the G925TUVU1AOF8 5.1.1 update.

Again, the update is already held available over-the-air (OTA) and now can also be seen using Smart Switch. To get the OF8 OTA update just recharge your battery first to at least 50% before performing the software update. Also, make sure that your Galaxy S6 Edge  hasn’t been rooted nor running on a modified firmware or else your device might get into trouble and failing issues. Then once all set and you are ready simply tap on Settings>About device>Software update>Check for update.

Source: T-Mobile S6 Edge support page