• An image of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 gives details of the specs of the device.

An image of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 gives details of the specs of the device. (Photo : YouTube/Samsung Mobile)

The Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update is expected to finally roll out for Google Nexus 4 and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 by November.

Most of the Verizon users can soon enjoy this new firm ware in their devices. The users are waiting for this update will soon receive it through the OTA system, according to Geekie Pedia.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 owners with the build number SM-N910V will get this update before the end of this month. The update will bring along enhanced security patches, new features, and also new notification controls.

The Galaxy Note 4 Sprint users are already enjoying the services of Android Lollipop 5.1.1. On the other hand, Users with other mobile network carriers like AT&T, US Cellular, and T-Mobile are still awaiting for any news about getting the Android Lollipop 5.1.1 update in their Galaxy Note 4.

For the Google Nexus 4 users, they can wait for the official update or they can download the update through the Custom ROM which is now available online.

The users will first need to flash their ROM and do a master reset before attempting to install the custom ROM for Android Lollipop 5.1.1. They are also required to make sure that their device is charged to at least an 80 percent.

At the same time, they must also make sure that the CMW recovery mode is installed on their device along with the Nexus 4 boot loader (unlocked version).

They will then need to download the CM12.1 custom ROM for Nexus 4 through the Google App Zip files. After restarting the device in the re4covery mode, they will need to unzip the files, install the update and then reboot the device.

Android 5.1.1 Lollipop will come with enhanced sercurity options for the device, according to BGR.