Saturday, September 26, 2015

AT&T Galaxy Note 5 OTA Update to N920AUCU2AOI6, Brings Samsung Pay and Security Improvements

If you are rocking AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (SM-N920A),  you may have just received and or going to receive the update's notification message.  This new update will bump the build number to N920AUCU2AOI6 from the previously released  build N920AUCU2AOH5. According to AT&T's announcement, the update  mainly brings an  enhanced performance and device improvements but rather than bringing the Samsung Pay update, to which the said mobile payments is about to launch in the United States.

The official OTA release will ask you to install the update's file size at around 28MB.  It just too small, but an important update as AT&T and Samsung were adding some few adjustments to the Samsung Pay's components, like bringing the new security patch, and back end stuff to integrate and fully protect everyone's payment info.

The Samsung Pay will officially launch on Septemeber 28, so everyone must take the OTA update to build N920AUCU2AOI6.

Here are details of  the N920AUCU1AOI6 update:
  • Android version: 5.1.1
  • Baseband version: N920AUCU2AOI6
  • Kernel version: 3.10.61-5554916
  • Build number: LMY47X.N920AUCU2AOI6
  • File size: 28MB

Software update includes
  • Samsung Pay
  • Enhanced performance and other device improvements

The update is rolled out and available via Over-The-Air OTA only. So you may simply do the following steps below if you want to check the update manually.
  1. From the device Home screen, simply tap Apps.
  2. Tap the Settings (gear icon).
  3. Tap the System tab.
  4. Tap About device.
  5. Tap Software update.
  6. Tap Check for updates.
  7. Tap the Install button, then OK.
  8. Wait until the phone completely reboot before touching it. It may reboot (turn on and off) multiple times as the update might still at its finalization stage.

However, if somehow the update isn’t available yet, you should also consider that the released usually take in stages and may also take days before it arrives in some areas. So you may have to wait and keep on checking until you get the update.

Source: AT&T Note 5 support page [doc]