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Marshmallow update rolled for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in Spain and Ireland, Update Tips

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with the model number SM-N910F is one of the most used Samsung devices across the globe. The Galaxy Note 4 is of course much featured and is equipped with superb hardware and classy look. While the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 tipped in with the stock Android 4.4.4 KitKat OS, now it’s getting upgraded to the official Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow OS in Spain (Vodafone) and Ireland (Three). So if you want to taste these new features and security patches on your device, then this article is for you.

So what you have to do is to check the notification panel of your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to ensure that the update has hit your device. If not, then you must not be worried as they can follow the below given manual update method to start with the update right away. But here I must tell you that the download links given in this article is only meant for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 users residing in the said regions. So if you are a user of the said device residing in any other country, then this article is dedicated to you. The firmware carries build names N910FXXU1DQC9/N910FXXS1DQC6.

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Caution: Note that the Android Marshmallow is straight offered by Samsung. Do not confuse it with beta custom ROMs, rather be aware that it’s an official update in a manual way. We will pay no attention to your damaged Smartphones if found any during the update. We are only here to help you recover from the damage if you face any during update. The far most important thing is that the device must not be rooted. Else, the update might not work on your device properely.


  1. One Samsung Galaxy Note 4
  2. One Computer (Windows XP or Windows 7)
  3. One Original USB Cable
  4. Enable the USB Debugging option by going to Settings>Application>Development and tick the USB Debugging box and do not forget to untick the box when the update is finished.
  5. Backup all personal data such as SMS, MMS, videos, music, apps, contacts, messages, apps etc available in the Galaxy Note using a backup app to avoid data loss.
  6. Power up the Galaxy Note 4 if your battery is low and hence it must be 50% or more to avoid automatic shutdown.


Update Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to Android Marshmallow

  1. First make sure the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is not rooted and then create the backup. If it is rooted then you may or may not get the exact result. It’s totally unexpected.
  2. Then download the Marshmallow Firmware for your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and after download Odin. Do not rename it.
  3. After extract both the downloaded files to your PC and place them on the desktop for easy finding during update.
  4.  Switch off the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and put it into download mode.
  5. Now double click on Odin to launch it and then with the help of USB, connect the Smartphone to your PC. Soon the ID:COM box in Odin turns yellow indicating that the device is connected. If this doesn’t happen then you must not have enabled the USB Debugging option. Do it at first.
  6. Now select “PDA” and choose the .tar file that was downloaded & extracted by you in the beginning. Go ahead and click on the Start button.
  7. The update procedure will start now and will take few minutes to finish. The phone will be off and will reboot automatically. Then unplug the cable and go easy with the official updated process.

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Check the new firmware from the About Device section in Settings. Well done. Now you have learnt the procedure to update your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to the newest official Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow firmware in Spain and Ireland. In case you faced any issues in the update process, feel free to let me know in the comment section. I shall try to find out a solution for you.

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