Lollipop update arriving on the Sprint Galaxy Note 4 and T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3



Android Lollipop might only be on 3.3% of devices, but that number should be increasing every day. Earlier today we told you about Lollipop rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in India. Now we’re seeing some more Samsung + Lollipop love here in the U.S. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 for Sprint and Note 3 for T-Mobile are receiving Lollipop right now.

This information comes straight from Samsung and Sprint themselves. Over on the FAQ for the Tmo Note 3 on Samsung’s site you can see “Android 5.0” started rolling out on March 4th. On Sprint’s website you can see the same update started rolling out on March 5th.

Samsung also lists “Wi-Fi calling experience, Resolved Wi-Fi calling one way audi, and Resolved IPv6 email setup” in the changelog. The update should be rolling out now, but don’t expect every device to get it today. Check out what TouchWiz looks like on Android 5.0 in our hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy S6. Welcome to Lollipop Land!

Joe Fedewa
Ever since I flipped open my first phone I've been obsessed with the devices. I've dabbled in other platforms, but Android is where I feel most at home.

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  1. When is Verizon going to push it to the Note 4 ???

    1. What’s in India, post is abt note 4 sprint and note 3 tmobile both in the usa

    2. When is a manned mission to Mars launching?

  2. I am still going to say it: It’s a joke that the Note 4 on T-Mobile doesn’t have Lollipop before the Note 3. Nobody asked for VR support.

    1. Agreed.

    2. really a joke ..i went tofrom htc to samsung thinking id get better updates …smfh

    3. The Note 3 should get it before the Note 4. It came out before it. As long as the phone is supported then the oldest phone should be updated first. Why punish a person who’s been loyal to a brand, and has a phone for two years, as compared to a person who just bought a phone two months ago? Reward the loyal person with the older phone first.

      1. Lol, great logic. Let’s update the Vista user to Windows 10 and not the Windows 8 user. Classic.

  3. Got it this morning… Cincinnati Ohio

  4. Thanks for the article. I checked via settings and got the update right away. Phone is flying along like it’s brand new all over again.

    1. Cool. I just sold my Note 3 for LG G3. Note 3 was a great phone.
      Does Anybody know when the LG G3 on T-Mobile USA will get Lollipop?

  5. Another device gets updated to Lollipop… except for the Moto X. Although Motorola said they’re working on it, I’m kinda done waiting on Lollipop for the original Moto X (2013). I’d rather just get the Galaxy S6 edge that’ll come with Lollipop preloaded. I wonder if they’ll push any of the minor updates to the device upon/shortly after launch…

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