According to Samsung and some rumours Galaxy Note 5 will get the Android 6.0 OTA update soon. It was supossed to began on the first days of december but we have already seen people reporting that their devices have already received the update. So maybe this is the beginning of the a staged rollout of Android 6.0 Marshmallow on Galaxy Note 5.
If you already received the update you may want also to download the system dump. It is the best way you can use to restore your device if any thing has gone wrong and you are in a terrible situation. System Dump is a complete image of your current installed ROM. Having a copy of System Dump is a good idea if you plan to upgrade or modify your system.
If you like to root your device and then start playing with it then the best way to be safe is to create a backup or download the system dump of the device. We recommend having it before doing any changes on your device like upgrading or modifying system.
To create an image of System Dump it’s not so easy at all but thanks to developers we can download it and use when we need. In this article we are going to find Galaxy Note 5 Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
After the update two developers at the XDA community named as danon.brown and arter97 worked together to release a full partition dump of Galaxy Note 5. You can get the system dump here, while the full partition dump here.
This build was created from a T-Mobile Note 5 SM-N920T and most likely it can work on other devices as well with some little modifications. But if you are not sure yet better check for reports in the XDA community. For more information and reports visit the official thread.