I've read at numerous online points today that officially Marshmallow is rolling out globally for Galaxy S6 devices starting today, Feb 15th. I've checked the Schedule for Fido, but still no change/update. Any word about when this will happen? http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/samsung-galaxy-s6-android-6-0-marshmallow-rolled-out-globally-all-compatibl...
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I tried the bell network and now eastlink, the update hasn't pop up, is it instant or it take a couple of hours to show up? Also i don't have my sim card inserted it's in my 2nd phone, does it affect the search of the update?
Oh ho I beg to differ!
Although the update is now ridiculously late, and despite the fact that they promised it last month, I am fully prepared to believe FIDO when they change 'June' to 'soon'...
Because I am stupid enough to have signed up with them in the first place.
(Smart enough, however, to not make that mistake again...)
What's terrible is I've checked again the link that Fido has posted: http://forums.fido.ca/html/assets/OSUpgSchedule.html for their upgrade schedule.
Managers at Fido, this is a useless empty file with a list of phone names and no dates. This is not acceptable business practice. The very least you guys could do is start to fill in the schedule. Being in the software industry so long, I honestly don't know how anyone is getting away without some form of end date for testing. One thing I know, is it doesn't take "forever" to test. Better to at least give us "valuable" clients a hopeful date, shatter our dreams and then give us another one and string us along until we have an update. At least we won't all be thinking about whether we should switch carriers just to get with someone who is at least going to be prompt in supporting their phones. If you guys have no intentions of being fairly prompt in passing on upgrades over to your phones (especially basically new ones), at least allow the OEM aspect to open up so we can receive updates from Samsung. Skip the whole testing process and just let us get the updates.
Definitely. I think we should complain to CRTC or something as this is affecting both Rogers and Fido. They should not be allowed to operate like this. Security updates are vital to protecting Canadians from hacks. OS upgrades do so as well.
anyone notice that fido "customer service" is not even responding to this thread anymore?
I recently got s6, already p*seed off with fido service and support. now I can't get the damned thing updated without voiding the warranty