Galaxy S6 Update build G920FXXS3COK5, Device Security Patches in the month of November

An update that move up the Galaxy S6 recent Android 5.1.1 (Lollipop) to build G920FXXS3COK5. While looking at the build number itself, it may seems like an Android 6.0 Marshmallow update, but not yet. This update's initial changelog says "Your device security has been improved." It means that it is just another security patch update to address the recent Android vulnerabilities. Though the build number and the baseband version has bumped up big time, but the 'kernel version' itself has stayed the same to the previously released build G920FXXU3COI9. So this update brings nothing more any noticeable changes to expect.

In addition, this is a similar update that has also recently landed on the Galaxy S6 edge (SM-g925F) to which dubbed with build number G925FXXS3COK5, and brings the same security enhancements.

Here are the details of G920FXXS3COK5 5.1.1 update:
  • Android version: 5.1.1
  • Android security patch level: 2016-11-01
  • Baseband version: G920FXXS3COK5
  • Kernel version: 3.10.61-5816106
  • Build number: LMY47X.G920FXXS3COK5

Changelog summary:
- Security patch update.

The G920FXXS3COK5 5.1.1 update is now being held available for the unlocked Galaxy S6 (SM-G920F) owners in France at this time being. This update might be also release to the rest of Europe region soon. So better keep an eye of it either via Over-The-Air and through Smart Switch for PC.


Furthermore, the Galaxy S6 Android 6.0 Marshmallow update is coming very soon. Samsung usually released a new Android OS upgrades in between the month of December and February. Who knows this update might be the preparation needed right before the Android 6.0 Marshmallow came around.

How to Update the Galaxy S6  (SM-G920F) to Android 5.1.1 (Lollipop) build G920FXXS3COK5


  • Make sure to recharge your phone first.
  • Do not forget to backup all of the important data that were stored in the device memory.
  • Your Galaxy S6 must still run on the official software version and has not been rooted nor installed with non-official firmware.

Updating the Galaxy S6 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 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  first and removed any modification that has been installed on it.

Update the Galaxy S6 using  a Computer via Smart Switch for PC


Download Smart Switch for PC

You have to choose the one that is specifically built for computer, depends on what you have either a PC or Mac.  Once you installed Smart Switch, all you need to do is to connect your Samsung Galaxy S6 on your  computer using the supplied USB  cable.
  1. Open Smart Switch in your computer.
  2. Connect the Galaxy S6  into the computer using the supplied USB data cable.
  3. Smart Switch will automatically prompt you if the update is available. Just click on the “update” then the “OK”  button to begin updating your Galaxy S6.

Once the update is made, you may now check the technical details of the new update, from Home screen  simply touch the Settings gear icon and then tap About device.

Galaxy S6 edge update build G925FXXS3COK5, Not the Android 6.0 Marshmallow yet but for security improvements

Just another update has landed on the Galaxy S6 edge (SM-G925F) and has moves up its build to G925FXXS3COK5. But hold on, this is not the much awaited Android 6.0 Marshmallow update yet, to which reportedly to come around in December.  The update is still base in Android 5.1.1 (Lollipop) and according to initial changelog given, the update says that it's a device security improvements and.

Here goes the technical details of G925FXXS3COK5 5.1.1 update:
  • Android version: 5.1.1
  • Baseband version: G925FXXS3COK5
  • Kernel version: 3.10.61-5816106
  • Build number: LMY47X.G925FXXS3COK5

While taking a closer look at the firmware build details, it has very similar "kernel version" to the previous released version. There is nothing more any other new features but the newly updated security enhancements to address the recent Android vulnerabilities.

So those who got the unlocked or unbranded Samsung Galaxy S6 (SM-G920F), you folks may check the update right now. The update file size is just around 30+ MB to which being simultaneously released via Over-The-Air (OTA) and via Smart Switch for PC. This update will then replaced the previous released build G925FXXU3COI9.  It is now heading its way to the unlocked Galaxy S6 (SM-G920F) owners in United Kingdom and Ireland but might also rolling out to the rest of the Europe region.

How to Update the Galaxy S6 edge (SM-G925F) to build G925FXXS3COK5


  • Make sure to recharge your phone first.
  • Do not forget to backup all of the important data that were stored in the device memory.
  • Your Galaxy S6 edge must still run on the official software version and has not been rooted nor installed with non-official Samsung firmware.

Updating the Galaxy 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 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 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 unauthorised way. Try downloading software updates using Smart Switch on your computer or visit a customer service centre.”  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.

Update the Galaxy S6 edge using  a Computer via Smart Switch for PC


Download Smart Switch for PC

You have to choose the one that is specifically built for computer, depends on what you have either a PC or Mac.  Once you installed Smart Switch, all you need to do is to connect your Samsung Galaxy S6 on your  computer using the supplied USB  cable.
  1. Open Smart Switch in your computer.
  2. Connect the Galaxy S6 edge into the computer using the supplied USB data cable.
  3. Smart Switch will automatically prompt you if the update is available. Just click on the “update” then the “OK”  button to begin updating your Galaxy S6 edge.

Once the update is made, you may now check the technical details of the new update, from Home screen  simply touch the Settings gear icon and then tap About device.

Update build G920FXXU3QOKD Brings VoLTE and VoWIFI Support for GalaxyS6 SM-G920F

Another Android 5.1.1 update for the Galaxy S6 (SM-G920F) that bumped up to build G920FXXU3QOKD has just recently released in the Nordic countries. According to initial changelog details, the G920FXXU3QOKD update mainly brings the Voice Over LTE (VoLTE) and Voice Over Wi-Fi (VoWIFI) support, but also includes some bug fixes and further improvements on to the device performance.  The latter is now the 5th Android 5.1.1 ever rolled out to the said countries so far. This is an update to the previously released build G920FXXU3COI9, but while taking a closer look at the build details itself, this one got a much higher chagelist value as we compare to the last released.

Here goes the details:
  • Android version: 5.1.1
  • Baseband version: G920FXXU3QOKD
  • Kernel version: 3.10.61-5931673
  • Build number: LMY47X.G920FXXU3QOKD


And here's the details of the previous released build;
  • Android version: 5.1.1
  • Baseband version: G920FXXU3COI9
  • Kernel version: 3.10.61-5816106
  • Build number: LMY47X.G920FXXU3COI9

As you may take a quick comparison between the two, you may notice that it is now in-lines with the letter "Q" series. This simply means that it is a special firmware build on some select countries and mobile carrier providers.  Also, the firmware build itself has drastically changed and has moved to a much higher "Baseband" and "Kernel version. Unfortunately, this update is being held available for those who owned the unlocked version of the Galaxy S6, particularly  in Sweden, Finland, Norway, Iceland, Denmark and the rest of the Nordic territories only.

How to Update the Galaxy S6  (SM-G920F) to Android 5.1.1 (Lollipop) build G920FXXU3QOKD


  • Make sure to recharge your phone first.
  • Do not forget to backup all of the important data that were stored in the device memory.
  • Your Galaxy S6 must still run on the official software version and has not been rooted nor installed with non-official firmware.

Updating the Galaxy S6 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  first and removed any modification that has been installed on it.

Update the Galaxy S6 using  a Computer via Smart Switch for PC


Download Smart Switch for PC

You have to choose the one that is specifically built for computer, depends on what you have either a PC or Mac.  Once you installed Smart Switch, all you need to do is to connect your Samsung Galaxy S6 on your  computer using the supplied USB  cable.
  1. Open Smart Switch in your computer.
  2. Connect the Galaxy S6  into the computer using the supplied USB data cable.
  3. Smart Switch will automatically prompt you if the update is available. Just click on the “update” then the “OK”  button to begin updating your Galaxy S6.

Once the update is made, you may now check the technical details of the new update, from Home screen  simply touch the Settings gear icon and then tap About device.

Telstra Galaxy S6/S6 edge Android 5.1.1 update to build G920IDVU3DOJF & G925IDVU3DOJF

Telstra Australia is now set to  deploy another Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update on Galaxy S6 (SM-G920I) and Galaxy S6 edge (SM-G925I). This update will move the Galaxy S6 recent Android 5.1.1 software build to G920IDVU3DOJF. While on the other hand, the Galaxy  S6 edge will also bump up its build to G925IDVU3DOJF. However, the Galaxy S6 edge plus (SM-G928I) is also included in the update schedule and will start to roll out beginning November 23, 2015.  The said update mainly brings the implementation of  general bug fixes as well fixes for the "Stagefright" and other Android security vulnerabilities, according to Telsta.

In addition, you may also see the newly enabled feature like the "App Optimisation", allowing users yo optimized an unused application to improve the battery life as well as to monitor better the usage of RAM memory.

Here are the details of the updated Android 5.1.1 Lollipop:
  • Device: Telstra Galaxy S6
  • Model number: SM-G920I
  • Android version: 5.1.1
  • Baseband version: G920IDVU3DOJF
  • Kernel version: 3.10.61-5999799
  • Build number: LMY47X.G920IDVU3DOJF
  • AP: G920IDVU3DOJF
  • CP: G920IDVU3DOJF
  • CSC: G920ITEL3DOJF

For the Galaxy S6 edge update:
  • Device: Telstra Galaxy S6 edge
  • Model number: SM-G925I
  • Android version: 5.1.1
  • Baseband version: G925IDVU3DOJF
  • Kernel version: 3.10.61-5999799
  • Build number: LMY47X.G925IDVU3DOJF
  • AP: G925IDVU3DOJF
  • CP: G925IDVU3DOJF
  • CSC: G925ITEL3DOJF


Again the update will start roll out on Monday, November 23, and will be launch via Over-The-Air and through Samsung Smart Switch for PC. So better check the update on the scheduled date by simply hitting your device Settings > About device > Check for update. Ensure that you device hasn't been rooted or you may only received an error message telling you that your device has been modified in unauthorized way.  So keep an eye to the said update for your Galaxy S6 (SM-G920I) and Galaxy S6 edge (SM-G925I).

Source: Telstra support page

AT&T Galaxy S6 Active SM-G890A Official Android 5.1.1 Update, Release build G890AUCU3BOJE

Those who owns AT&T Galaxy S6 Active (SM-G890) which the rugged version of the regular Galaxy S6, you folks are lucky enough to get the official Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update. Samsung and AT&T has just officially released the update build G890AUCU3BOJE to which will not just upgrade the device OS to  Android 5.1.1, but also added with bunch of new features like the AT&T Video Calling, Android for Work, and Advanced Messaging.  Adding to that is the Samsung Pay mobile payment support.

The said update is officially pushed in stages via Over-The-Air (OTA) Update. Fortunately, those who even got the unlocked version will also be able to get the update via Smart Switch for PC as we speak. Samsung has already made an announcements  two days earlier, but however the update has only to be seen earlier today and was also officially announced by AT&T itself.

Effective November 20, 2015, AT&T will release a software update for the Samsung Galaxy S 6 active (SM-G890A). This update will be made available to customers via Firmware Over The Air (FOTA). A Wi-Fi connection is required for the update.


Here are the details of the new Android 5.1.1 update build G890AUCU3BOJE:
  • Device: AT&T Galaxy S6 Active SM-G890A
  • Android version: 5.1.1
  • Baseband version: G890AUCU3BOJE
  • Kernel version: 3.10.61-6145392 dpi@SWCH3906#1
  • Build number: LMY47X.G890AUCU3BOJE

Software update includes:
  • AT&T Video Calling
  • Advanced Messaging
  • OS Update to 5.1.1
  • Android for Work
  • Samsung Pay (PIN only)
  • Gear Manager preload

The update file size is at around 719MB to download, so make sure to make some extra memory space, and so you can install the update at once when the notification message appears. And one more thing, also ensure that your device has not been rooted so you can upgrade your phone without any hiccups.

Source: Samsung and AT&T Galaxy S6 Active support pages [1] [2]

Update build G925TUVU3DOJ7 on T-Mobile Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925T, Improved Performance and Security Added

The T-Mobile Galaxy S6 edge (SM-G925T) has also received an updated Android 5.1.1 to which bump up its build version to G925TUVU3DOJ7. The latter is the same update that has just also recently released on the Galaxy S6 (SM-G920T) via OTA and Smart Switch for PC.  The DOJ7 update is said to bring more improvements to the device OS, it is also added with Google Security update, and various bug fixes, according to T-Mobile.

Here are the details of the update build G925TUVU3DOJ7:

Device name: Samsung Galaxy S6 edge  (T-Mobile USA)
Model number: SM-G925T
Android version: 5.1.1

Baseband version: G925TUVU3DOJ7
Kernel Version: 3.10.61-5756057
Build Number: LMY47X.G925TUVU3DOJ7
SE for Android Status: Enforcing
AP: G925TUVU2DOJ7
CSC: G925TTMB2DOJ7
CP:  G925TUVU2DOJ7

Changelog of G925TUVU2DOJ7:


  • Overall device performance has been improved.
  • Battery life has been optimized.
  • The stability of Call has been improved.
  • The security of your device has been improved.
  • Optimized closing unused applications.
  • Removed new application. – Milk Video

Screenshot of G925TUVU3DOJ7 update, this details can be viewed in device settings > About device.

The G925TUVU3DOJ7 update  is at around 96.22 MB in file size, and it is currently released via Over-The-Air (OTA) update in stages between today, November 16, and will last until December 4  To check whether your Galaxy S6 phone is among the first devices to get the update, just head to your device Settings > About device > Software update. You may also try using the Samsung Smart Switch for PC if you did not make it through via OTA update.

Source: T-Mobile support doc

T-Mobile Galaxy S6 SM-G920T update build G920TUVU3DOJ7, bringing more improvements to performance

T-Mobile has sent out once again an update to the Galaxy S6 (SM-G920T) owners, to which will bump up its current Android 5.1.1 to build G920TUVU3DOJ7.  This is now the 5th time around this device receives the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop treatment.

According to T-Mobile,  which has just released the announcement, the said DOJ7 update mainly brings software improvements,
a Google Security update, and various bug fixes.

Here are the details of the update build G920TUVU3DOJ7:

Device name: Samsung Galaxy S6 (T-Mobile USA)
Model number: SM-G920T
Android version: 5.1.1

Baseband version: G920TUVU3DOJ7
Kernel Version: 3.10.61-5756057
Build Number: LMY47X.G920TUVU3DOJ7
SE for Android Status: Enforcing
AP: G920TUVU2DOJ7
CSC: G920TTMB2DOJ7
CP:  G920TUVU2DOJ7

Changelog of G920TUVU2DOJ7:


  • Overall device performance has been improved.
  • Battery life has been optimized.
  • The stability of Call has been improved.
  • The security of your device has been improved.
  • Optimized closing unused applications.
  • Removed new application. – Milk Video
Screenshot of G920TUVU3DOJ7 update to which can be viewed in device settings > About device

This will replace the previously released build G920TUVU3DOI1 that had been released earlier in September. The G920TUVU3DOJ7 file size is around 97.56 MB and is now available via Over-The-Air (OTA) Update in small batches between today, November 16, and will last until December 4. To check whether your Galaxy S6 phone is among the first devices to get the update, just head to your device Settings > About device > Software update. You may also try using the Samsung Smart Switch for PC if you did not make it through via OTA update.

Source: T-Mobile support doc

Update on Canada's Galaxy S6/S6 Edge to build VLU3BOJ7, brings Fixes to Connectivity Issues

An updated Android 5.1.1 on Galaxy S6 (SM-G920W8) and the Galaxy S6 edge (SM-G925W8) has been officially pushed in Canada. The update will move the Galaxy S6 Android 5.1.1 to build G920W8VLU3BOJ7. While on the other hand, the Galaxy S6 edge will also bump up its build to G925W8VLU3BOJ7. The said update is a continuation to the previously released build BOI6 earlier in October that has been halted due to severe connectivity issues.

Technical details of the BOJ7 update


Galaxy S6 (SM-G920W8)  Android 5.1.1 update to build G920W8VLU2BOJ7:
  • Model number: SM-G920W8
  • Android version: 5.1.1
  • Baseband version: G920W8VLU2BOJ7
  • Kernel Version: 3.10.61-6089316
  • Build Number: LMY47X.G920W8VLU2BOJ7
  • SE for Android Status Enforcing
  • APG920W8VLU2BOJ7
  • CSC G920W8OYA2BOJ7
  • CP G920W8VLU2BOJ7

Galaxy S6 Edge (SM-G925W8) Android 5.1.1 update build G925W8VLU2BOJ7:
  • Model number: SM-G920W8
  • Android version: 5.1.1
  • Baseband version: G925W8VLU2BOJ7
  • Kernel Version: 3.10.61-6089316
  • Build Number: LMY47X.G925W8VLU2BOJ7
  • SE for Android Status Enforcing
  • APG925W8VLU2BOJ7
  • CSC G925W8OYA2BOJ7
  • CP G92058VLU2BOJ7

Features/Enhancements:
      • Fixes to connectivity issues
      • Improved device security
      • Device stability and further improvements to performance


      In addition,  Rogers has also made an announcement on Tuesday that the said 'BOJ7' update is the one that brings fixes and resolves the connectivity issues with the Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge devices.
      Some of you have been experiencing connectivity issues with your Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge devices over the past couple of weeks and we’re happy to report that a fix is on the way.

      We’ve been working around the clock with Samsung to get the right fix in place and starting November 16th it will be rolling out in phases over November 16th to 30th – If you’re wondering, the root cause is related to the latest Samsung Android 5.1.1 update.

      It’s taken longer than we had hoped to get here and we appreciate your patience. Fixing the problem is a little bit more complex for us because of the VoLTE capability we offer on these devices.

      The connectivity issue is caused  by the new implementation of Voice over LTE (VoLTE) support on the new devices. The said VoLTE support brings a much higher quality phone calls as it has a much higher speed in connectivity.

      Furthermore, the BOJ7 update is not only sent out to Rogers Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge,  but also being held available and release to Telus, Fido, and Koodo Galaxy S6/S6 edge owners. You may now manually check the update by hitting your  device Settings > About device > Software update.

      Sprint Galaxy S6 edge update build G925PVPU3BOJ7, Features Sprint Global Roaming and Security Patches

      Following Sprint Galaxy S6 (SM-G920P) to which got an update to build G920PVPU3BOJ7, Sprint Galaxy S6 edge (SM-G925P) is also received an update to build G925PVPU3BOJ7. According to Sprint, the update mainly features the Sprint Global Roaming support.  Along with the update  is the Google security patches and unmentioned bug fixes. This update will  now replace the previously released build G925PVPU3BOI1 that has been added with Samsung Pay.

      Technical details G925PVPU3BOJ7 5.1.1 Update:

      • Device: Samsung Galaxy S6 edge (Sprint)
      • Model number: SM-G925P
      • Android version: 5.1.1
      • Baseband version: G925PVPU3BOJ7
      • Kernel version: 3.10.61.5496010
      • Build number: LMY47X.G925PVPU3BOJ7

      Features/Enhancements:

      • Sprint Global Roaming
      • Google Security Patch
      • Bug Fixes

      This update is rolling out in stages, so if ever you did not received the notification yet, you may just keep on checking by going into the phone’s Settings > About device > Check for an update. The firmware server refreshes once in every hour, so just continue doing it until it says that the update is available for download.
      Also, keep in mind that you cannot get the update if you have rooted or have a modified system running on your Sprint Samsung Galaxy S6 (SM-G920P).   Your device must have to be still run with the official firmware within the system.

      Source: Sprint S6 edge support

      Update Sprint Galaxy S6 to build G920PVPU3BOJ7, Added Global Roaming Support

      There is another update on Sprint Galaxy S6 (SM-G920P) to which being tagged as build version G920PVPU3BOJ7.  The latter is now the 4th Android 5.1.1 Lollipop released to which mainly features the Sprint Global Roaming support.  The update is also equipped with Google security patches and some bug fixes, according to Sprint. This update will  now replace the previously released build G920PVPU3BOI1 that has been added with Samsung Pay.

      Technical details G920PVPU3BOJ7 5.1.1 Update:

      • Device: Samsung Galaxy S6 (Sprint)
      • Model number: SM-G920P
      • Android version: 5.1.1
      • Baseband version: G920PVPU3BOJ7
      • Kernel version: 3.10.61.5496010
      • Build number: LMY47X.G920PVPU3BOJ7

      Features/Enhancements:

      • Sprint Global Roaming
      • Google Security Patch
      • Bug Fixes

      This update is rolling out in stages, so if ever you did not received the notification yet, you may just keep on checking by going into the phone’s Settings > About device > Check for an update. The firmware server refreshes once in every hour, so just continue doing it until it says that the update is available for download.
      Also, keep in mind that you cannot get the update if you have rooted or have a modified system running on your Sprint Samsung Galaxy S6 (SM-G920P).   Your device must have to be still run with the official firmware within the system.

      Source: Sprint S6 support

      EE UK Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge Update to QOJF, Improved Voice call Performance Added

      EE UK has just released an update on Galaxy S6 and S6 edge owners. The update will bump the Android 5.1.1 OS of the  EE Galaxy S6 SM-(G920F) to build  G920XXU3QOJF. While on the other hand the EE Galaxy S6 edge  (SM-G925F) will move to G925XXU3QOJF. Both "QOJF" 5.1.1 update has just recently started rolling out via FOTA (firmware over the air) update. This update will replace the previous released build QOI4 to which comes out as the 3rd Android 5.1.1 released up to this date.

      In addition, noting that the previously released version has included some new Apps, updated UI designs,  and a security patch already. So this said update has no any new features but it brings an improvements to the Voice call performance.  Some new Network profile settings is also mentioned in the update,  to which basically some sort of  a new Access Point Name (APN) for a a much better network data connectivity.  yet again, the update is also equipped with improved security patch to address the recent Android OS vulnerabilities.

      Here the details of the QOJF update:
      EE Galaxy S6 (SM-G920F)
      • Android version: 5.1.1
      • Baseband version: G920FXXU3COJ2
      • Kernel version: 3.10.61-5972182
      • Build number: LMY47X.G920FXXU3QOJF
      • AP: G920FXXU3QOJF
      • CSC: G920FEVR3QOJF
      • CP: G920FXXU3COJ2
      • Build date: October 12, 2015

      EE Galaxy S6 edge (SM-G925F)
      • Android version: 5.1.1
      • Baseband version: G925FXXU3COJ2
      • Kernel version: 3.10.61-5972182
      • Build number: LMY47X.G925FXXU3QOJF
      • AP: G925FXXU3QOJF
      • CSC: G925FEVR3QOJF
      • CP: G925FXXU3COJ2
      • Build date: October 12, 2015

      Features / Enhancements:
      • The performance of the Voice call has been improved.
      • Some new Profile Settings have been added.
      • Improved device security.

      Both Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge update's file size is just around 80 MB (more or less, see the screenshot) to download. The update is released via Firmware Over The Air (FOTA) or either by using Samsung Smart Switch.

      How to Update the Galaxy S6  / S6 Edge to QOJF Update


      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 back up 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 unauthorised way. Try downloading software updates using Smart Switch on your computer or visit a customer service centre.”  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 in it.