Samsung Galaxy Note 4 gets a stability-oriented update

21 November, 2014

Following a firmware update focused on improving battery life, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 owners are now treated with another one targeting performance and stability. Users in Germany and Greece are reporting their smartphones are prompted to install the latest Galaxy Note 4 firmware with build number N910FXXU1ANK4, which weighs 137MB.

The update is built on November 17 and Samsung hasn't revealed more details regarding the effects of the update besides that it improves the overall performance. The underlying Android version is still 4.4.4 KitKat.

If you haven't received the update, it should be rolling out gradually over the course of the upcoming days so fret not.

Samsung is hard at work on the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for its flagship devices. A short preview of the firmware update for the Galaxy S5 was shown last early last month. Check it out to get a glimpse on what to expect for your Galaxy Note 4 once the Lollipop update is finished.

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  • Anonymous

hehe yeah ok...

  • dimceram

I recently bought a galaxy note 4 exynos .it's a very beautiful phone but it lags a lot! I'm a bit disappointed of these lags!even in games like brothersin arms 3,lots of lags! I played the same game with note 3 neo and no problems. What is w...

  • Harin9

You have to notice after update: Go to phone-options-speed dial-(check it now) You will surprise and love your phablat bit more