Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow stock firmwares have begun to roll out. If you are rooted or need to upgrade manually (using ODIN and stock firmware, follow our unroot directions), you can grab these stock firmwares yourself and flash. Please see updated Marshmallow stock firmwares on our Galaxy S6 Edge stock firmwares. If you are rooting and installing custom ROMs, it may be a good idea to always have the original copy of the stock firmware for your model of Galaxy S6 Edge handy just in case something goes wrong (that way it will save you time to restore your phone). Also, rooting the Marshmallow stock firmwares can be seen here.
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For those of you who are rooted or didn’t receive the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update on your Galaxy S6 SM-G920F model, you can update manually using ODIN and stock firmware (see our unroot guide here).
We’ve updated with new Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow stock firmwares on our Galaxy S6 Stock Firmwares page.
For those of you with Galaxy S6 SM-G920F or SM-G920I, we have been constantly adding stock firmwares for it on our Galaxy S6 stock firmware page.
We are still adding more stock firmwares but there should be plenty enough to work with right now. Also, you can cross-country flash another country firmware so long as you have the same model number. For example, if you have SM-G920F German model, you can also flash the France SM-G920F firmware. Now, so long as the country firmware you are using now doesn’t include country-specific apps (such as carrier bloatware), you should be fine. If you absolutely need a Galaxy S6 stock firmware for your country, shoot me an e-mail at zedomax [at] gmail dot com and we will get your firmware uploaded first.