Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge users in US Cellular Grabs Android Lollipop OS update Google Android Lollipop OS update is available for the users of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge in US now. As per the reports given by the official US Cellular listing, N910R4TYU1BOC4 is the baseband version number of the Android 5.0.1 (Lollipop) firmware available for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, where N915R4TYU1BOC5 is the baseband number of the other device. However, the official update isn’t available for every user at the moment as the process is running on its initial phase. Both the Smartphones were running on the Android 4.4.4 (KitKat) OS earlier before. The major enhancements included in the new update are: Material Design Improved Lockscreen Touchwiz Float Action Button Smart Lock Interruptions Recents ‘OK Google’ voice command Features included as for battery saving In order to grab the Android Lollipop firmware update manually on your devices, you can check it out manually by following the below steps: Go Menu Menu >> Settings >> About Phone >> Software updates > > Check for updates Click Download Now Once after downloading the update, you can install by clicking Install Now. Wait until the installation process to complete properly. For downloading the Android 5.0.1 via Samsung Kies, you need to go ahead with the following steps: Begin the process by downloading Samsung Kies from the server. With the help of a USB cord, connect your device with the PC. Now, you can receive the firmware details available. Install Samsung Kies. A new notification will be shown on the screen when new update is available for your device. Select Firmware upgrade to carry on with the update process. It may take some time for the installation to begin. Once it starts, wait for the installation to complete.