Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Android 5.0 Lollipop update

AT&T has finally released the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note 3. Owners of the Note models are finally getting the software update which was released yesterday, March 24. This verson includes more bug fixes, system enhancements, and some Material Design elements among others.

As with other software updates from, this one includes several improvements and new features. You need to have at least 1.2 GB of free storage space to get the update for the Galaxy Note 4. It’s not OTA so depend on your WiFi network to get the software updates for both the Galaxy Note 4 and Note 3 (SM-N900A).

On your updated Galaxy Note 4, you can now take advantage of Find My Mobile and the Reactivation Lock features. To download the version, go to your phone’s Settings, scroll to and tap About device, then choose Software update. Click on Check for updates, if you see a status message saying, “Software update process will not delete any personal data on your phone. Check the AT&T server for new software update?”, click OK.

On the Android Lollipop-powered Galaxy Note 3, you’ll notice a new user interface, more fluid motions, battery saving features, Smart Lock, and Priority mode on notifications. You can view frequently used settings and apps with two swipes down from the top of the screen. To get the update, go to Settings, choose General tab, then tap About device > Software updates > Check for updates.

SOURCE: AT&T (1),(2)


  1. Downloaded the update for my Galaxy note 3 and it has royally effed it up. Has anyone else had this problem and what did you do to fix it (if you have)?

  2. You should scream to everyone NOT TO UPDATE TO LOLLIPOP.
    Seriously, it’s so full of bugs it’s barely usable.
    Apps crashing, device getting reeeeeaaaal slllooooow, getting hot, terrible battery life, unresponsive task manager.
    Stick to Kitkat, really.


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