Android Marshmallow Update Is Now Available For AT&T Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Devices

Android Marshmallow update has just started rolling out on all AT&T Galaxy Tab S2 (T817A) devices units on its network. This came few weeks after the Verizon version received the updates. So this is to notify users of the devices to vheck fir the update file which is 1074MB in size and the firmware number is "T817AUCU2BPF20". the update is coming along Android version 6.0.1.

New Features Brought By This Update

=> Doze mode features

=> Google Now on Tap

=> It also the includes a feature called NumberSync, (which lets allows users to use the tablet to make and receive voice and video calls using their existing mobile number). The interesting thing about this is that it even works when your phone is not with you

=> Uodated UI design

=> Multi-user support

=> Granular App Permissions management
And other features brought by Marshmallow.

How Can I Update My Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 To Android Marshmallow?
The update is over the air (OTA) so it's very easy to carry out. All you need is a stable internet connection and a minimum of 1.5GB data on your phone or connect to a good Wifi network. After that, the go to the tab Settings > About device > Software update > Check for updates. And update from their. After that, reboot your device and you will be welcomed to a new android interface. Congrats!



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So that is it. Marshmallow brings a whole lot of new features to your android devices and makes your phone interface more beautiful. While Android 7.0 Nougat is still not popular and rolling updates frequently on devices at the moment, updates yours to android 6.0.1 and wait for the great Nougat.


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