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AT&T Drops Updates For Four More Phones

Oct 15, 2015 02:57 AM EDT

AT&T has released the Android 5.1.1 to more handsets, this time, to two more Samsung phablets. An LG and Huawei model are also set to receive the Lollipop update to their ROMs. This news comes weeks after AT&T finally rolled out the updates to the major Samsung flagships weeks ago.

Here are the models that will get the OTA upgrades:

*Samsung Galaxy Note 4

AT&T Support Page (Older Updates, possibly not updated yet):

According to a post on the trusted Android Modding forum, the baseband number for the AT&T update for this model is "N910AUCU2DOI2." The official AT&T page has not yet been updated to reflect that information, however, but users may check their phones if the software is already available for them.

Forum post by @jack man:


*Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

AT&T Support Page (Older Updates, possibly not updated yet):

A thread on XDA-Developers for the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge talks about how users downloaded and installed the update, and one user’s screenshot indicates that they managed to update to Android 5.1.1 with a baseband version of “N915AUCU2COI2.”

Forum post by @Oditus:


*LG G3

AT&T Support Page (Older Updates, possibly not updated yet):

There was a discussion on the type of patches that the LG G3 received via the OTA upgrade, and there were notes that the upgrade may have contained patches for the Stagefright bug.

Forum post by @aybarrap1:


*Huawei Ascend P7

Finding the AT&T support page for the Huawei Ascend P7 was a little tricky, and the links redirected to the Huawei website itself. However, since Neurogadget reported that the OTA upgrade to Lollipop 5.1.1 is already live for this Huawei device, simply go through the usual OTA upgrade steps, and download the upgrade for your Huawei Ascend P7.


Just as a note, to upgrade over-the-air, simply go to Settings > About Phone > Software Update on your Android, and you may be able to check the OTA upgrade’s availability through that menu.

Surely it’s a relief that these devices are connected to AT&T and are finally getting the Lollipop 5.1.1 treatment, in a time when the Android Marshmallow (6.0) is now rolling out.


For the other devices that received the OTA Upgrade on AT&T, check out this Droid Report post:

For NeuroGadget’s notes on these upgrades:

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