Updates are sent out through Carriers. Once The update is ready through Samsung, Samsung will send the update out to your carrier. Then your carrier will make the small changes that it needs to. Once your carrier is ready, they will send out the update in waves to multiple devices at a time. You can always try restarting your device to see if the update shows up in your settings. You can always also reach out to your carrier and see if they have a timeframe as to when they will be sending out the update. I hope this helps!
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phone manufacturer allow too much "modification" by carriers, and stop allowing carriers to dictate which features you can and cannot use. this has nothing to do with network capabilities either. carriers are notorious ( Verizon and AT&T) for crippling features that are on unlocked devices because you don't buy their bootloader locked inflated price version of the device. shame ! stop the exploitation Sammy