Samsung is rolling out the long-awaited Android Marshmallow update for the first generation Galaxy J5 smartphone.
Along with the Marshmallow version 6.0.1, the update bumps the build version of the phone to XXU1BPI3. Installing the latest release you should notice greater control over app permjission, enhanced battery life with Doze mode, redesigned App drawer, bug fixes and other stability improvements.
The release includes Samsung's Android security patch that bundles patches from Google and Samsung both, in addition to nine fixes from Samsung for vulnerabilities. Folks over Sammobile say the update is currently live for users in the Netherlands. So those residing in the firmware-supported region can manually check for the availability of the update by going to Settings>> About device>> Software Update>> Update Now.
Meanwhile, another Samsung device , the Galaxy Tab S, 8.4 is receiving over-the-air update for Android Marshmallow. This rollout is slightly surprising as it was earlier reported that Samsung might not release Marshmallow for 8.4in and 10.5in models of the first generation Galaxy Tab S.
At the moment, the update is seeding for the Wi-Fi variant bearing model number SM-T700 for users in the Netherlands. The new Marshmallow build XXU1CPI1 weighs in around 800MB and incorporates all the changes and goodies present in Android 6.0.1. Like Galaxy J5, the September security patch is also present in Marshmallow firmware for the Tab S 8.4.