Galaxy S6 Edge


T-Mobile has today released minor updates for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge this morning, including some improvements for battery life. Both phones received Android 5.1.1 fairly recently, and now, the “Uncarrier” is releasing a couple of bug fixers. The S6 update notes battery improvements and “various bug fixes and device improvements” for the Galaxy S6, and the S6 Edge adds a “cocktailbar error fix”…

To update your device, head over to the Settings app, navigate to “About phone,” and then tap “Software Update”. As usual, your phone needs to have at least 50% battery life and some kind of data connection to get the update. If you’re coming from 5.1.1, the update is a relatively small ~100 mb in size, while updating from older versions will bring the download size up to more than half a gig.

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