What you have to know is that there is no any visible changes when you have installed the update because the change which has been noted by Verizon in the changelog for both phones is that the firmware update would give you very up to date Android security patch for the phones. If you see changes which are shouldn’t be there, you had better to inform Verizon fast.
Actually the security patches is not the most attractive addition on the phone, eventhough that is important particularlly on the light of big malware’s threat such as stagefright infection which come from some monthsback. If Android users were afraid of getting infected by those virus, Google and OEMs has promised to they are going to push out any security patches constanly every month in order to make sure that all of the thing are running well and some unwanted glitches cannot infiltrate. T-Mobile has pushed out the security patches on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ really on this month. But when Marshmallow android is arriving on side phones, there would be no words from either carrier or the Samsung Galaxy.
Do you own the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 or the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+? if you do and you are also on Verizon network, you perhap would feel delighted when you get notification that your phone would get the firmware update. What people have waited is actually something minor but that is an important update which involves all of the crucial security patches that really needed to protect your phone and not something like Android 6.0 Marshmallow for example.