Around a month and a half after AT&T began updating its Galaxy S6 to Android 6.0.1, it’s started to treat the active version to the same update.
AT&T says that it’s now pushing Android 6.0.1 to the Galaxy S6 active. The update began rolling out today, July 5, and is a hefty 1441MB in size. As for what’s included, you’ll get the usual Marshmallow goodies like Google Now on Tap and Doze battery optimizations as well as AT&T’s flavor of Wi-Fi Calling.
Several Galaxy S6 active users on Reddit have received their update, confirming that the rollout is underway. If you’ve got a Galaxy S6 active and haven’t yet updated to Marshmallow, you can check for the update annually by going into Settings > System > About Device > Software Update > Check for Updates.
This update is a significant one for the Galaxy S6 active, adding both the latest version of Marshmallow and AT&T Wi-Fi Calling, the latter of which will help give you clearer calls when you’re on a Wi-Fi connection. The update certainly took some time to get here, but hey, it’s here now. So if you’ve got a Galaxy S6 active, go grab it.