T-Mobile recently announced that it is going to start rolling out Android 5.0.2 Lollipop to the Galaxy Note Edge beginning Monday.
T-Mobile subscribers who own that phone should be able to check for the update by visiting Settings > System > About Device > Software Update. T-Mobile said the update can be applied either via Wi-Fi or via Samsung’s Kies software. You’ll note an update is available if your baseband version is listed as either N915TUVU1ANK3 or N915TUVU1ANJL, T-Mobile said. If your baseband version is N915TUVU1COD7, your software is already up to date, and if you see the baseband listed as any other version, T-Mobile warns that your phone isn’t running T-Mobile software and won’t be updated. You’ll also need at least 1100MB of free storage.
Android 5.0.2 Lollipop introduces plenty of new features, the best of which is Google’s Material Design language throughout the UI. Google’s most recent update to Android 5.1 Lollipop adds some additional bug fixes, however, and we hope Samsung and T-Mobile have that update planned as well.