It often happens after the launch of a new smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy S6 that after a short time a new Android firmware update is available. Most of the time the user interface is improved, as well as corrective bug fixes are corrected.
To ensure that you always have the latest Android firmware on your Samsung Galaxy S6, you should always start searching manually for a new firmware. Although the "Automatic update" is enabled on the Samsung Galaxy S6 in Android, it may take a few days to automatically check for new firmware.
Therefore, we now show you how to search manually for a new Android firmware with the Samsung Galaxy S6. This works as follows:
Open on your Samsung Galaxy S6 from the home screen, the following submenu:
Home Screen --> Menu --> Settings --> About device
Here you can see now at the top of the menu the entry: software updates
Tap on the listing and you can start the search for a new firmware by clicking the "Update now" in the next Submenu. Your Samsung Galaxy S6 is now searching at the Samsung servers, if a new firmware version is available. If so, the wizard to download and install the new software starts.
You have now learned how to start searching for a new Android firmware manually on the Samsung Galaxy S6.
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