Install 6.0.1 Marshmallow Update on T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4

Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow official update is now available for T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 4 users. New update comes after very long time, but its worth to upgrade the device. The update comes with lots of new improved features and bug fixes. The update is available via OTA, and you can see the update on your phone System updates. If the update is not available for your, then you can flash the same manually on your phone. Here is the guide to install Marshmallow Update on T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4. To apply this update on your Note 4 all, you need a firmware file and ODIN flash tool and after that, you can quickly flash the Marshmallow Update on T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4. Check out the below mention tutorial to update Note 4.


Your warranty is void if you follow the given instruction in this guide. We the team or the developers are not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards. Read all the instruction very carefully and Perform everything at your own risk.

Marshmallow Update on T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4


This guide is only for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 T-Mobile Android smartphone. Don’t try this method on any of other Android devices, It may hard brick your device. So, first confirm your phone model number in your android phone settings. To do this Go the Settings page of your device and check out the “About Device” option.

Requirements to Apply Marshmallow Update on T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4

Before following the below Mention guide, It’s always recommended to follow our pre-requisites and requirement to stay safe.


Do take the Full Backup of your Android Apps, SMS, Contacts, Call Logs, Bookmarks. This one is one of the most important step that you have to follow, as we don’t want anyone losing their personal data or apps. For help on Backup and Restore check out the below mention guides.

Free Android Apps to Backup

Backup WhatsApp Messages


First you need to Setup ADB and Fastboot Drivers on windows PC. This will help you to send basic linux commands, and a variety Android specific commands from PC to connected Android devices.

Setup ADB and Fastboot Drivers

Now you need to install the USB drivers to connect your device with the computer to follow this guide. Without these USB drivers you can’t connect your device to the PC, first download and install these drivers on your system.

Download Android USB Drivers


Now you need to enable USB debugging mode. Without enabling USB debugging mode on your device you can’t start the root, Custom ROM or Unlock process.

How to Enable USB Debugging Mode



If your device switched off during this process, it could damage or brick the device. Make sure that your Android battery is full charge or near about 50-70% battery level.

After following the above mention steps follow the below mention guide one by one to proceed with the tutorial. All the above mention steps are very important, so do follow all the steps and do exactly what is told.

Install 6.0.1 Marshmallow Update on T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4


Step 1. Download Android 6.0.1 for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 T-Mobile to your computer and extract the zip file on your dekstop.

Step 2. Download and extract the zip folder on your desktop.

Step 3. Once both the files are saved on your Windows Desktop. Boot your phone in download mode. To do this Power off your phone and press and hold the volume down, home, and power buttons simultaneously.


Step 4. Open the ODIN exe file on your PC. Now Connect phone and wait until you get a blue sign in Odin application.

Step 5. From ODIN screen, click the “AP / PDA” button near the center of the window and select the firmware file that you downloaded in Step 1. Make sure re-partition is NOT ticked under the Options tab.

Step 6. Now click on the Start button in ODIN. The installation process will start and would take a few minutes to complete.

Step 7. When it’s done, the box in the top-left corner of Odin will read “Pass,” and your phone should automatically reboot.

Now your phone will boot in the latest Android Marshmallow update.

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