Verizon just released Android Marshmallow for the Galaxy S5 but the network made a quick follow-through by rolling out an update for the Galaxy Note 4. So before the Galaxy Note 6 Note 7 and Android N around announced, Samsung made sure its flagship phones have been upgraded to the latest Android version. Just like the Galaxy S5‘S and the Galaxy Tab S2‘s Marshmallow update, this one will bring several device performance optimizations, security patches, and major bug fixes.

A reliable Internet connection is needed to get the software update. Make sure that battery is chargeD so as not to interrupt download and installation. This particular version– MMB29M.N910VVRU2CPD1–will deliver Android for Work, high quality audio, app icon update, and WiFi calling to the Galaxy Note 4. The standard Marshmallow features like Now on Tap, Doze mode, app permissions, and better battery management can be expected.

WiFi Calling is possible now on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4, thanks to Verizon and Android Marshmallow for allowing it. Feel free to make/receive calls over WiFi. Enable Wifi or HD Voice by going to Settings> Advanced Calling > Activate Advanced Calling.

The update also delivers Hi-Fi Audio or Ultra-High-Quality Audio (UHQA). This audio technology offers impressive sound for an enjoyable listening experience. Details and richness of the sound are improved. Audiophile level sound quality is enhanced so every note or line comes out crisp.

Verizon also added Android for Work support but Amazon Music has been removed already. Update will be sent Over-The-Air (OTA) but over WiFi only. If you don’t have the new software yet, check manually at Settings> About phone> Software updates>  Check for Updates and see if it’s waiting for you.

SOURCE: Verizon Wireless


  1. The Marshmallow release notes for the Note 4 promised wifi calling. The controls are on the phone with the update but the phone does not connect to the verizon wifi calling server. BUT, I installed the Verizon Messages app on my Samsung android tablet, keyed in an emergency address, my phone number and the pass code sent to my phone by Verizon and now my cell number rings on my tablet. The call quality so far is the best I’ve experienced with any wifi calling service. It makes a lot of sense for verizon to offer this. It takes pressure of their wireless network for little cost to them.

    So why don’t I have this working on my note 4? My note 4 processor etc. is probably more powerful than my tablet. I’m spending time in a house that’s a cell phone dead spot so wifi callig is the answer to a prayer. It’s working beautifully on my tablet. I see no excuse for blocking it on the note 4.


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