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Since its launch, the T-Mobile software updates progress tracker has been an incredibly useful tool. That is – of course – unless you happen to be a Galaxy Note 4 owner. T-Mobile’s flagship phablet owners have been forced to watch as other, seemingly less important devices (Note 3 anyone?) get blessed with Android’s “sweetest update yet”. Until now, the Note 4 was shown as having Android 5.0 under “manufacturer development” which essentially means the two companies – Samsung and T-Mobile – have agreed to support Lollipop.

Thankfully, that’s changed. Head on over to the Software Updates page and you’ll see the Note 4 software is finally under “T-Mobile Testing”. This means the smartphone is going “through T-Mobile certification process testing to make sure you get the best quality software possible.”

How long it will be until the update becomes a reality and is available to download is unknown. It could be weeks away yet. Nevertheless, it’s nice to finally see some progress. Note 4 owners: You aren’t being ignored. Now let’s hope the software refresh comes sooner, rather than later.

Unrelated side note: If it makes you guys feel any better, I haven’t had my Android 5.0 update for the Note 4 on this side of the pond either. So we’re all in the same boat. Sort of.

Thanks for spotting it, Rick and Juan.

Source: T-Mobile

Tags: android 5.0, Android Lollipop, Galaxy Note 4, Lollipop, News/Articles, samsung, Software Updates, T-Mobile

About Cam Bunton

Cam Bunton, Managing Editor. A film school graduate from the University of Cumbria, UK, Cam’s past life was in mobile phone retail. His passion for cell phones got him in to that industry, and then in to this one. A family man with three kids, he somehow manages to balance his work duties with family life and a runaway Twitter addiction. Follow him on twitter: @PhoneDog_Cam

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