In other news, Grand Prime from Samsung received Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update on 2015 September, which was around a year after its release. The update was received only by the G830P and G830W models while the G530F and G530BP are still waiting.
The Galaxy Grand Prime from Samsung is one of the older mid-range devices of the company and there is a high probability that it won’t be upgraded to Android Marshmallow.
Thankfully, a custom ROM from Cyanogen Mod should arrive soon. Venture Capital Post reported that it might get an update from Samsung but nothing was released officially.
Meanwhile, Google’s latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow was seen running on T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and this indicates that an official rollout for Note 5 is coming soon in the US. At the same time, reports suggest that Samsung is yet to complete its testing of 6.0 Marshmallow on its devices and as a result, this release should actually be a glitch.
The person who received the T-Mobile Marshmallow update was quite surprised and shared a screenshot on the XDA forums in the About page of this device. Android Origin reports that the Galaxy Note 5 had a broken IMEI and all sorts of telephony features were actually disabled on the Wi-Fi only model. The latest software for this device was downloaded T-Mobile’s network.
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