Those of you sporting a Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge on Sprint have a software update heading out to your device. It weighs in at 303MB’s and brings a few tricks from the Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ to your devices. Mainly you can expect to find Samsung Pay included. Granted, the service isn’t slated to officially be available until next month. It is nice to see both Sprint and Samsung getting on the ball to make it available ahead of launch so users can be prepared.
Another addition is Live Broadcasting via YouTube. That function was a staple selling point on the Galaxy S6 Edge+ over the last few weeks. Simply put, you can host a live stream YouTube event via your phone to the world, or just to your friends.
They are also tossing in High Quality Audio, another Galaxy S6 Edge+ spec. Of course, it is set for use with Samsung headsets. Users will also find some UI updates along with some bug fixes.
As with any other software update, it could take a few days to a few weeks before your device see it available. You can always try heading into the device settings, bounce to About Phone and click on System Updates. Make sure you have a few minutes to kill, well over 50% battery life and a Wi-Fi connection available.