Samsung Galaxy Tab S Devices On Verizon Recieved Andriod Marsmallow Update

Prevoiuse rumors claimed that Samsung will not release andriod Marshmallow updates for the original Galaxy Tab S tablet but now from the latest update its has been comfirmed that the rumors are not true.

US-based carrier Verizon just announced that Android 6.0 Marshmallow for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S is now available for download. Software version MMB29M.T807VVRU1CPG6 is rolled out OTA in waves, so it might take a few days to reach all Galaxy Tab S units.

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Recalling from my updates you no more need to be told the many futures Android 6.0 Marshmallow brings and amzing improvements like Now on Tap, which allows you to get cards with useful information and apps the feed your thirst for knowledge, as well as Doze mode, which automatically puts the tablet into a sleep state, preserving battery charge.

The amzing parts is that more advanced app permissions are available too, along with new pen settings and tools in Gallery, which allows users to unleash their creativity and share the fun with their friends.

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Apart from the new features added, Verizon also confirmed that some applications that are usually included on the tablet will be removed. The following apps won't be available on the Galaxy Tab S once you upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow: VZ Navigator, Amazon Music, Amazon Appstore, e-Meeting (stub), and WebEx.

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