Android 5.1 Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge update on T-Mobile, software fix refresh in Europe
Android 5.1.1 first popped up at the beginning of the month, with factory images being available as of April 21 for download for the Nexus Player (strangely, not a Nexus phone nor tablet). While there’s no official list of fixes, the build is expected to fix some memory leak issues, among others. A Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge update seems to bring this Android 5.1.1 build to the T-Mobile variant of the device, as seen in the video below (more after the video and image embed).
The model of the device is SM-G925T, and, as the picture below seems to testify, it is indeed running Android 5.1.1, with a build number for the software at LMY47V.G925TUVU1COE6, as of apparently April 28. The video and images were posted by an XDA-Developers users and early feedback seems to claim that rooting is not possible while running this build. We have not received the update yet on our own T-Mobile Galaxy S6 Edge. You can, of course, read more at the fast-growing thread over at the source link below.
However, we received a different update on our European unit. The Galaxy S6 Edge update we’ve got in Europe is a stability, bugfix, and performance improvement refresh. Called out are improved Fingerprint recognition process, new feature in Photo editor, improved compatibility with accessories, and enhanced interface for Email, Music, S Planner and other apps. The details for this refresh can be seen below, bumping numbers to build LRX22G.G925FXXU1AOD9, of April 9, for the SM-G925F model.