Samsung is on a streak of releasing the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for their high-end smartphones. However, the South Korean company has been moving a bit slow with the 5.0 update for Note 4. Now we hear that the Galaxy Note 4 Android 5.0 Lollipop update is being rolled out in several regions at once.
According to the folks at Sammobile, the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 N910C is now being pushed to the terminals in UAE, Brazil, and Baltic Region. The new firmware has build number N910CXXU1BOC3 and is based on Android 5.0.1. Aside the usual Lollipop goodies such as lock screen notifications, Material Design, screen pinning, smart lock, Android Runtime for improved in-app performance, search functionality within the Settings app, new card-based Overview menu, redesigned Quick Settings and notifications bar, improved security, or better battery statistics, the new update will also arrive with tweaks for Samsung's TouchWiz UI and updated Samsung native apps.
Just like any other software release, the Galaxy Note 4 Android 5.0 Lollipop update is being pushed to users in batches. This means some of you will still have to wait a few more days until the update hits your device. After the system update message appears in your notifications bar, just tap on it then follow the instructions on the screen. You can also check for the new software manually under Settings > About phone > Software updates > Check now. You can also try to update your phone via KIES. Grab the USB data cable, connect it to the PC, then launch KIES.
It's also worth mentioning that your Note 4 must run an official firmware in order to be eligible to receive the OTA update. The update file has a size of 1 GB so we're advising you to download it via a stable Wi-Fi network in order avoid unwanted mobile data charges.