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anyone know when the note 4 will get the 5.1.1 update? it better be soon cause the note 5 has 5.1.1 stock. so when the is it coming out? and did the note 4 ever get update 5.0.2?
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Verizon needs to approve the 5.1.1 update. Sprint's Note 4 users have had it for almost a month. (Rumors are, by the way, that their update makes their phone feel like new.)
My biggest issue is lagging (especially the Recents menu). I've factory reset and that doesn't fix it. I'm afraid only the 5.1.1 update will fix that.
Thanks for the Twitter handle, but your responses there aren't any better.
Why is there a delay? We want answers!
its not samsung. Its the carriers bloating their software. Samsung already released it to the carriers
The carriers don't touch the code.
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The carriers don't write the code for OS updates but in many cases they push it out to your phone - usually in waves (be patient though I know that's hard to do :-). In some cases, it can be downloaded directly from the manufacturer. Depends on the device, specifics and manufacturer.