- edited 04-28-2016 6:36 AM by ATTDmitriyCM
06-16-2016 6:22 AM
06-16-2016 8:50 AM
I had a choice to stay with Android or move to a 6s Plus. I mainly stayed with Android because of the higher cost of the Apple Watch and that I figured the Note 5 would get MM a month or two after release. Guess I need to switch to Apple to get timely updates.
06-16-2016 9:16 AM
Hey man, i still have my IPhone 6 Plus. I am very disappointed with no 6.0.1 on my Note 5 so i put the sim card on my iPhone 6 plus. Man, after 5 hours i just went back to my Note 5. So either side load the update to your Note 5 and hope for the best AT&T doesn’t screw you in the future or wait for Note 7 or like me I am thinking very hard on moving to T-Mobile. I had enough of this non sense with AT&T.
- edited 06-16-2016 9:26 AM
You are 100% right bovineman61. It is a shame what AT&T is doing. At least said something out respect for their customers.
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- edited 06-20-2016 8:19 AM
06-20-2016 8:20 AM
Hi crxlilmikey1377, I am thinking of sideloading as well. There so many post on XDA. Which one did you used. Can you share the link. I gave up any hope on AT&T and as skygunner27 stated i myself will change carriers as well. This will happen again in future phones so why suffer, they are just a carrier like many other so why loyalty to AT&T, THey make money out us so they should at least have the respect to give an update on Marshmallow and dont even bother calling CS, they useless.
06-20-2016 1:09 PM
If fully testing an update takes this long (8 months and counting since Lollipop was released), there's something terribly wrong with the process. The transparency and communication to your customers about the update timeline is pathetic.
I have literally been a customer for 17 years, since this company was called Bellsouth Mobility, and at this pace I will be requesting unlock codes for my current devices, cancelling service, and moving to T-Mobile.
By the way, my S5 is still stuck on Lollipop 5.1.1, but my Note 5 is running Marshmallow 6.0.1 MMB29K. Not because AT&T pushed it, but because I had to circumvent their update process and install it myself, manually. It has significantly improved it in both battery life and performance, and I haven't run into a single bug. Every day this update isn't being pushed to your Note 5 customers is a slap in the face.
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