Samsung Galaxy Tab S on Verizon starts getting Marshmallow update
Verizon has finally started rolling out the Marshmallow update to the first-gen Samsung Galaxy Tab S units on its network. The update, which carries a software version of MMB29M.T807VVRU1CPG6, brings along Android version 6.0.
This means that users of the tablet will now be able to enjoy all the usual Marshmallow goodies, such as Doze, Google Now on Tap, and redesigned app permissions.
It's worth mentioning that the update removes some apps as well, including VZ Navigator, Amazon Music, Amazon Appstore, e-Meeting (stub), and WebEx.
As is usually the case with OTA roll-outs, it may take sometime for the update to hit your device. Meanwhile, if you feel impatient, you can manually check for it by heading to your device's Settings menu.
- 27 Sep 2016
Updated yesterday to my Samsung Tab S. Now its a brick. The damn thing won't respond to anything. I guess its back to Costco to buy something new. Well it did last 3 years.
- 25 Sep 2016
Oh! For Tab S T705 . When?
- 22 Sep 2016
That doesn't make sense.