Android Marshmallow is available for several handsets in the US, and it seems Sprint is going to join the list as well, especially for the ‘old’ flagship smartphone from 2014 made by Samsung, known as the Galaxy S5. The handset is got the third major version of Android to run, including Lollilop and KitKat.
The carrier has started rolling out the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update for Samsung Galaxy S5. The new update brings a handful of new features on board, including Google Now on tap and battery improvements thanks to Doze feature which optimizes the phone when it’s in idle state. There are several other improvements, including the ability to control the permissions granted to an application.
The Android Marshmallow update for Samsung GS5 comes in software version of G900PVPU3CPCA. It has been launched as an over the air update. The Android 6.0 Marshmallow OTA Update roll out process is gradual so it may take a few days for the update to reach all devices.
Don’t panic if you don’t see the update right away. Alternatively, you can manually check for the update from Settings on your device. However, you have make sure to connect to a WiFi network before downloading the update as its quite big. The file size is approximately 891.75MB in size.
Sprint rolling out Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for Samsung Galaxy S5