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  # 1252045 6-Mar-2015 08:13
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Have Vodafone received the update yet? Or are Samsung ensuring I don't buy another product in the future?

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  # 1252212 6-Mar-2015 11:51
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iam the same waiting for the update ,checking now or then for the SM-N910U. been weeks since the other region updates have come threw :(




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  # 1252226 6-Mar-2015 12:07
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I have the SM-N910U model and according to Sammobile, none of them are on Android 5 yet. Check here: http://www.sammobile.com/firmwares/database/SM-N910U/ or check here for your specific model http://www.sammobile.com/firmwares/. It won't tell you if Vodafone has recieved, or approved the update and when it will hit Samsung servers, but at least you can decide how jealous/annoyed you can be if other territories have it and you don't. I'm pretty sure above someone said Voda hasn't even recieved the Note 4 Android 5 firmware for testing yet... but a post to their Community page might get a fresh answer on that.

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  # 1252253 6-Mar-2015 12:55
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Kopkiwi: Have Vodafone received the update yet?


Not yet. I understand we are expecting to receive a software build for testing in the next two weeks.




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  # 1252283 6-Mar-2015 13:25
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NikT:
Kopkiwi: Have Vodafone received the update yet?


Not yet. I understand we are expecting to receive a software build for testing in the next two weeks.


Boy they're getting rubbish aren't they.

How long after you receive does it generally take for a release?

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  # 1252297 6-Mar-2015 13:56
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Kopkiwi:

Boy they're getting rubbish aren't they.

How long after you receive does it generally take for a release?


I'd rather a stable release than a rushed one - while you and I would rather get our hands on it absolutely ASAP, I've seen a number of complaints from people on Nexus devices, Moto devices, the LG G3, and others who were updated early. Lollipop was pretty beta well after release, and for Google experience phones it looks like it'll take until 5.1 to address a number of complaints (OEMs like HTC and Samsung have fixed most of them with their own implementations, e.g. speed optimisations & silent mode). The vast majority of users either don't care about updates or care more about stability than new features.
That said, it is interesting that a number of Note 4 variants have had 5.0.x builds leak and the N910U is not among them.

As for releases, that's up to Samsung. We generally take no longer than a week to test software updates, then it goes back to the vendor to push it live depending on their global update schedules/server capacity/whether it's staggered/et cetera. The Note 4 is getting the first Lollipop build for Samsung devices locally as far as I am aware at the present time.




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  # 1252320 6-Mar-2015 15:06
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NikT:
Kopkiwi:

Boy they're getting rubbish aren't they.

How long after you receive does it generally take for a release?


I'd rather a stable release than a rushed one - while you and I would rather get our hands on it absolutely ASAP, I've seen a number of complaints from people on Nexus devices, Moto devices, the LG G3, and others who were updated early. Lollipop was pretty beta well after release, and for Google experience phones it looks like it'll take until 5.1 to address a number of complaints (OEMs like HTC and Samsung have fixed most of them with their own implementations, e.g. speed optimisations & silent mode). The vast majority of users either don't care about updates or care more about stability than new features.
That said, it is interesting that a number of Note 4 variants have had 5.0.x builds leak and the N910U is not among them.

As for releases, that's up to Samsung. We generally take no longer than a week to test software updates, then it goes back to the vendor to push it live depending on their global update schedules/server capacity/whether it's staggered/et cetera. The Note 4 is getting the first Lollipop build for Samsung devices locally as far as I am aware at the present time.


Interesting. Appreciate the feedback

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  # 1253205 8-Mar-2015 10:17
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Is anyone else noticing speakerphone on Note 4 for his crap quality. Whenever I talk to people on speakerphone they always comment on how bad it sounds and they can hardly hear me.
Is this a fault with my phone. Do I need to send back under warranty?

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  # 1253484 8-Mar-2015 17:58
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bbunnys: Is anyone else noticing speakerphone on Note 4 for his crap quality. Whenever I talk to people on speakerphone they always comment on how bad it sounds and they can hardly hear me.
Is this a fault with my phone. Do I need to send back under warranty?


I've used speaker phone with a number of people and no one has complained of poor quality. Was talking to someone for 20 minutes last night with no problems.

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  # 1260745 17-Mar-2015 08:26
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Going to be honest, this wait is getting stupid. If Samsung haven't put anything through to VF soon, I am probably going to sell and look at the Z4 or LG G4

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  # 1260808 17-Mar-2015 09:55
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I have got a few cases that I am selling if anyone is interested in getting a case for their note 4's. They are all a couple of months old but only used for 2-4 days each. 

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=77&topicid=168522

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  # 1266565 24-Mar-2015 10:35
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Any updates about the update yet? :)
Please keep us updated about the coming update..
hikthxbi..

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  # 1266569 24-Mar-2015 10:37
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HcoNmeM: Any updates about the update yet? :)
Please keep us updated about the coming update..
hikthxbi..


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  # 1266581 24-Mar-2015 10:45
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Rappelle:
kiwitrc:
HcoNmeM: Any updates about the update yet? :)
Please keep us updated about the coming update..
hikthxbi..


Tuesday


Wut?

It's Tuesday! #UPDATEHYPE!?


Going to be my standard response to update requests.

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  # 1266589 24-Mar-2015 10:51
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A guy on XDA posted this

It's an email from Samsung

"Good Morning Nic,

Thank you for your recent contact with Samsung New Zealand on the 21st of March 2015.

We have confirmed the Lollipop update for the N910U will be available end of March – early April.


Kind regards,"

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