T-Mobile outs call failure fix for Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ and Note 5
Two new small updates are now being rolled out by T-Mobile for Samsung smartphones. Each of these updates addresses an issue with Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 where users experience call failure.
The roll-out of both updates should be in full swing now, as T-Mobile announced their availability on May 21. The changelog is the same for both smartphones: “Intermittent call failure fix, Android 7.0 Nougat for users still on DQC2.”
However, the software build number is different, so if you own the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5, then you should be looking for firmware version N920TUVU4EQE1, whereas Galaxy S6 edge+ users will receive the update with build number G928TUVU4EQE1.
Aside from the call failure fix, the update should also upgrade these two smartphones to Android 7.0 Nougat for users who are still on DQC2. In this case, you'll be needing a larger amount of free storage on your phone.
Otherwise, the update shouldn't take too long to download and install on either the Galaxy S6 edge+ or Galaxy Note 5. Keep in mind that the update is delivered OTA, so you might want to check for it by heading to Settings / About Device / System updates.