Showing posts with label LMY47X.N920PVPU1AOI6. Show all posts
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Saturday, September 26, 2015

Sprint Galaxy Note 5 OTA Update to N920PVPU2AOI6, Bringing Samsung Pay update, Wireless Charging improvements and Bug fixes

If you've got a Sprint Galaxy Note5, you may have gotten an update that will bump up its Android 5.1.1 to build N920PVPU1AOI6. The update mainly brings several improvements to the device. One of these is the Samsung Pay updates, which adds some few adjustments to the said new mobile payment in the United States before its official launch this coming September 28.  Adding to that is the Samsung security patch that address the recent Android vulnerability.  The are also several improvements and fixes to which particularly resolve the Wireless Charging issues.

In addition to the Samsung Pay mobile payment, owners of Sprint Galaxy Note 5 will then be able to see the fully enabled Samsung Pay in the application drawer. But it isn’t activated yet until the Samsung Pay’s arrival. So don't panic if you'll notice that isn't actually working after taking the update.  In due time, users will then be able to download and install the Samsung Pay Apps when launch and then be able to register their owned bank cards account that were officially tied up with the Samsung Pay.

Here are the details:
  • Android version: 5.1.1
  • Baseband version: N920PVPU1AOI6
  • Kernel version: 3.10.61-5377588
  • Build number: LMY47X.N920PVPU1AOI6

Features / Enhancements:
  • Samsung Pay update
  • Samsung security patch
  • Wireless Charging improvements
  • RSSI Icon fix
  • Further improvements to performance

The update weighs at 113. 86 MB and it's officially rolling out via Over-The-Air OTA update as of September 26, 2015.  The N920PVPU2AOI6 5.1.1 is the first official update that have arrived on Sprint Galaxy Note 5,  that is the main reason why the update is equipped with massive system enhancements and improvements at a time. So better check the update right now if you haven't received the notification message yet, and especially when your device have been experiencing some issues.

[Thank's to Sylvester]