Galaxy Note 5: It's Nougat time for the Note 5, which is the most recently supported device in the Note family (Samsung skipped over Note 6 to the Note7, which you all know by now went up in flames). If you are notified of the update, be sure to have a bit of room on your device, as the update weighs in at over 1GB. Besides the updated Android OS build, the update includes the February 2017 security update and system performance enhancements. The operating system update has run into issues, but the fallout does seem to be limited to those who are contracted to U.S. wireless carrier Verizon. It's a hefty update given that it bumps up the core Android OS to version 7.0 Nougat.
The HTC One M9 is over two years now which means that this is going to be the last major Android platform update that it receives. Both updates are pretty large, coming in at more than 1.5GB in size. If you've got a Galaxy Note5, you can use Air Command with the S Pen to create GIFs and get instant translation, and you can also use the Pen to mark up PDF documents. Additionally, you can edit and markup PDFs. AT&T also notes that the updates will remove the AT&T Address Book, MobiTV, and AT&T Live apps.
After applying the respective updates, Sprint's Galaxy S6 will be on build G920PVPU4DQC7, while the S6 edge will have G925PVPU4DQC7. There are now much better battery optimisations tools. There are always the factory images if you don't want to wait any longer. After AT&T's updates yesterday Sprint must have decided it was time to jump on the same bandwagon, bringing Nougat to the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.
Garcia, Rose tied atop Masters
He was tied for the top heading to the par-3 16th hole when he put his tee shot in the water, simply mouthing the word, "Wow". He went 29 straight holes without a bogey until a three-putt from below the ridge on the par-3 16th.