Samsung starts rolling out Android Lollipop update to AT&T Galaxy Note 4 users. Though Samsung already pushed the Lollipop update to Sprint Galaxy Note 4 users, AT&T was left behind.
But the good thing about this new update is Samsung fixed the “Interruptions” mode bug. But now you have to mute your phone using the “Sound” slider on the Quick Settings menu.
While the newer version will scrap Interruptions, it will still bring with it the rest of Android 5.0 Lollipop’s new features. Those include Material Design, Lock Screen Notifications, Project Volta, Quick Settings, and more.
Along with regular Android Lollipop features, the AT&T Galaxy Note 4 also gets the HD voice calling feature. With all these good things, Samsung also brought in some new bloatware to Galaxy Note 4 with this new update. Two new apps, Evernote and Amazon Shopping are now pre-installed on your Galaxy Note 4 without your permission.
The size of the update is a massive 1.2GB and AT&T will only allow you to download it only via a Wi-Fi connection. While the carrier didn’t mention it, we think it might be a good idea to have your battery recharged to at least 50% before you start the process.
This is a staged update, so if you have not received an OTA notification, you will get it in coming days. If you still want to check manually for any new firmware update, you can always do it by heading over to Settings >> About Device >> Software Update >> Update Now.