Samsung Galaxy Note 4 manually check for OTA Update - Solved

With an OTA update, you can update the firmware of your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to the latest build version. OTA stands for "On The Air", which roughly means that the firmware is downloaded and installed via a wireless connection. An OTA firmware update of the Android operating system on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is always a very practical matter, you dont need a computer. A Wi-Fi or cellular data connection is sufficient.

In general, the automatic update of Android software on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 via OTA is activated, but you can also manually check for new firmware.

How to search on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 for new OTA firmware updates, we tell you in this article:

Open from the home screen the menu and then Settings. From here we go to "About Device " --> Software Update --> Update Now. Your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is now searching at the Samsung server for a new firmware update via OTA. If this is present, then the wizard will start to download the needed files. If not this message will appear on the display: "The latest updates have already been installed"

You know now how to manually search and update the firmware on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 via OTA.



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Comments (1)

  1. Joe

Of course, when you tell the phone not to check for updates automatically, it big fat does it anyway and keeps bugging you to install an update you don't want (because it is in fact a downgrade).

 
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