It’s been quite some time since Samsung Galaxy Note 4 received an update. Galaxy Note 4 users have complained of several issues, included issues with email and associated email attachments. The users have long been waiting for a patch that fixes these issues. Now, we have some good news! After a long wait, Galaxy Note 4 on Verizon network is receiving a new firmware update.
Galaxy Note 4 OTA on Verizon Network rolls out with March security patch and several fixes
The update – bearing build number N910VVRU2CQC1 – has started rolling out to Galaxy Note 4 on Verizon. The firmware update brings March security patch and other improvements. For one, the firmware fixes an issue that has been annoying users for quite some time now. The update that has just begun to roll out fixes an e-mail issue. The issue prevented Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007 users from accessing and downloading e-mail attachments.
Apart from fixing the e-mail issue, the patch also updates Amazon Shopping app. The update has been tested to optimize device performance and resolves several known issues, while applying the latest security patches.
Before you download the update, connect your device to a Wi-Fi network or ensure it has a strong Verizon Wireless network connection. And more importantly, ensure that your battery is fully charged before starting the software update. Downloading and installing firmware update with less battery charge can be disastrous!
Since the update has just begun to roll out over the air, it may take some time for your device to get one. If you wish to get the update manually, you can always head to Settings -> About Device -> System updates.