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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