1. DennisOS2's Avatar
    Do I need it? Don't really know. I guess the first question is can the 2014 be upgraded to 6.0? Are we out of luck? Seems like it.
    08-08-2016 06:52 PM
  2. hallux's Avatar
    Yeah, it's highly unlikely that it'll get Marshmallow. The device got Lollipop after Marshmallow was released.
    08-08-2016 07:23 PM
  3. DennisOS2's Avatar
    Yeah, it's highly unlikely that it'll get Marshmallow. The device got Lollipop after Marshmallow was released.
    Good point. I'm in the process of recommending a tablet to someone who is NOT an early adopter. So i'm trying to get him out as far as posible. I'll try to find one with MM already on as well as HW that is maxed. Maybe he'll get out to what ever is after nuget.
    08-08-2016 09:42 PM
  4. Dale_M's Avatar
    The would probably be GOOGLES incarnation of a tablet...

    Dale
    08-11-2016 09:39 AM
  5. Raymond Hubbard's Avatar
    Anything is possible since Samsung just released version 5.1.1 for the Note a couple of weeks ago. Samsung has so many phone and tablets they probably don't have enough product engineers to work on firmware upgrades. Probably many of their best people are trying to resolve the Note 7 disaster with exploding batteries. It took ages to upgrade to version 5.xxx from version 4.xxx. The Note (2014 edition) is still one of the best tablets on the market since it was introduced in 2013.
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    10-07-2016 10:08 AM
  6. shuddle13's Avatar
    I just got my note 10.1 back from being repaired and did a factory reset. It is on 5.1.1 right now and is currently downloading a very large system update (480+mb). I think it could be marshmallow. I will keep you posted.

    PS I have the SM-P600, white, 32GB, Wi-Fi only model
    10-10-2016 12:53 PM
  7. shuddle13's Avatar
    No luck, it's just a security update, albeit a large one. There were minor changes like the setup screen when you factory reset, but still 5.1.1.

    Considering I tried out the "premium" tablet on the market now - the tab s2 - and most of the specs were the same or lower than the note 10.1 2014 edition, I'm hoping Samsung still supports it with a marshmallow update. I used the tab s2 for 2 days before returning it. No s-pen and lower screen resolution and dpi were a no go for me. I'll stick with my note 10.1 until they release a new note or a new line of premium tablets with s-pen support.
    10-10-2016 03:08 PM
  8. Raymond Hubbard's Avatar
    With the current S7 mess right now it might be awhile we will see many if any new tablets.
    10-11-2016 01:52 PM
  9. nyctveng's Avatar
    After I the update to 5.1.1 for the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) my battery dies within 30-45 mins. I tried a factory reset, and that didn't help. Then since the warranty expired I rooted it and re-calibrated the battery w/ the Battery Calibration app that deletes the battery info file and it recreates it from scratch in case of corruption. That didn't seem make much of a difference if any. I'm blaming 5.1.1. Anyone else have this issue and or remedy's? Has anyone installed Marshmellow? If so what site did u get it from? Stable? Any other recommendations?
    Thx,
    11-24-2016 04:59 AM
  10. conkreet908's Avatar
    After I the update to 5.1.1 for the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) my battery dies within 30-45 mins. I tried a factory reset, and that didn't help. Then since the warranty expired I rooted it and re-calibrated the battery w/ the Battery Calibration app that deletes the battery info file and it recreates it from scratch in case of corruption. That didn't seem make much of a difference if any. I'm blaming 5.1.1. Anyone else have this issue and or remedy's? Has anyone installed Marshmellow? If so what site did u get it from? Stable? Any other recommendations?
    Thx,
    I had Marshmallow installed on my tablet for a few days more for me to test it out. It was Cyanogen Mod based so its pretty much vanilla android. The last time I looked, Marshmellow is stable albeit poor camera functionality. I am currently staying stock because I love my S-Pen. It works with well with Marshmellow but not as well as Touchwiz. Look for any roms that work for the P-605 as they work for the P-607T as well
    11-25-2016 02:51 PM
  11. Beut's Avatar
    After I the update to 5.1.1 for the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) my battery dies within 30-45 mins.
    ,
    I believe it's coincident after update to Lollipop. I have different models of Samsung: T900, P900, P905, P907, P605, P607, P600, all are updated to Lollipop because I don't like the ugly graphic interface of Kitkat, none have the issue of battery. Don't blame the software for hardware problem.
    Read topics related to battery or charging of this model you will see where the problem comes from.
    I have more than 10 Samsung tablets, all are running Lollipop, I can confirm none has issue of quick discharge after fixing the battery connector.
    11-26-2016 10:20 AM
  12. clayton355's Avatar
    Im stuck on the kernal firmware and it wont update any ideas
    Im in australia
    12-03-2016 06:12 AM
  13. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Im stuck on the kernal firmware and it wont update any ideas
    Im in australia
    See response in your other thread: http://forums.androidcentral.com/sam...-updating.html
    12-04-2016 10:20 PM
  14. DennisOS2's Avatar
    From everything I read the Note/Tab Pros are out of luck. I used Cyanogen Mod on a TouchPad for a couple of years with little problem. It extended (actually improved) the life of that tablet. But with the TAB/Note Pros you're alternative isn't a brick for a tablet. The current versions that are on them actually work pretty well. I can do pretty well with 5.1.1 for quite a while before apps are no longer supported at that 5.1.1 version. Hopefully by then others will have launched devices similar to the Note Pros. Fingers tightly crossed.
    12-14-2016 02:53 PM
  15. ADRz's Avatar
    No, Android 5.1.1 is not responsible for any battery issues. My tablet has also been updated to the same OS without any adverse consequences for the battery. However, after 2 years, the battery was getting weak. Thus, I obtained a 3rd-party battery replacement, installed it and now the tablet gets comfortably 10 hours of battery life, at least.
    12-20-2016 06:19 PM
  16. ADRz's Avatar
    From everything I read the Note/Tab Pros are out of luck. I used Cyanogen Mod on a TouchPad for a couple of years with little problem. It extended (actually improved) the life of that tablet. But with the TAB/Note Pros you're alternative isn't a brick for a tablet. The current versions that are on them actually work pretty well. I can do pretty well with 5.1.1 for quite a while before apps are no longer supported at that 5.1.1 version. Hopefully by then others will have launched devices similar to the Note Pros. Fingers tightly crossed.
    Well, right now Samsung is pushing the Tab A as a tablet "vehicle" of the S-pen. It is questionable that this tablet will go over Android 6. I think that Samsung is evaluating its position in this space and it may decide to switch "note" vehicles to "Windows 10" since there Microsoft is responsible for all the development work.
    12-20-2016 06:23 PM
  17. waljbt's Avatar
    I guess the tab pro S 12" is a clear example of that.
    01-10-2017 12:02 AM

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