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Marshmallow On Samsung Galaxy Note 4 But Is It Good or Bad?

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has been given the update to Marshmallow but what we want to know is whether it’s good or bad.

Everyone is different of course and there are some people who are going to say that Marshmallow has been good for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and then there are others who will say that it hasn’t done much for the device. But what do you think?

Marshmallow does seem to improve the speed of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 according to some owners who have updated. Some have said that the device doesn’t have the bit of lag when using the multi-screen function and apps on the handset open up just that bit faster.

It seems that the Marshmallow update on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 fixed a problem for some owners who were having issues with the fingerprint scanner. An issue with the WiFi has also been fixed and this was when the device would go onto LTE due to it being the faster connection.

Others have reported that Air Command gets shortcuts and their battery life has seen some improvement since going onto Marshmallow. Others say that the radio is better and the handset now shows users the correct bars.

Downsides to the update to Marshmallow for some people include the fact that the icons look to much like cartoon style and there is a distinct lack of themes for the handset.

So are you the owner of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and if so what do you think about the Marshmallow update, good or bad?

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2 Comments

  1. Jin Kazama

    April 22, 2016 at 7:13 am

    I just installed custom ROM from XDA running 6.0.1 All bloatware was removed and runs fine and dandy. Fast too.

  2. Ron

    April 22, 2016 at 11:37 am

    I don’t have Marshmallow on my Verizon Note 4 yet but would like to know the experience of those that do.