Galaxy Note Edge
Users of both devices can search and install the update manually Reuters/Kim Hong-Ji

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge smartphone users having subscribed to T-Mobile's wireless network services in the US can finally check for the Android 5.1.1 (Lollipop) OS update, which is currently live across the country. Post the update, users of both the devices will get access to T-Mobile's Advanced Messaging and Video Calling.

The new features can, however, be turned-off manually. Details regarding turning-off Advanced Messaging can be accessed here for Galaxy Note Edge or here for Galaxy Note 4.

Edge users would notice the 5.1.1 (Lollipop) firmware upgrade bearing baseband version N915TUVU2COK2, while Galaxy Note 4 owners can check for the update with baseband version N910TUVU2DOK2 or N910T3UVU1DOK2.

Users of both devices can search and install the update manually. Follow the steps below (uniform to both devices) to install the update:

  • Navigate to home screen and select Settings
  • Navigate to System, select About Device
  • Verify the appropriate baseband version of the phone and update

[Source: T-Mobile 1, T-Mobile 2]

Android M OS update

Android M will most likely begin seeding to smartphones in the near future, although an exact timeline is yet to surface. If you are a T-Mobile subscriber, click here to check the list of devices that will get Google's newest OS on priority.