Samsung Galaxy Note 4 owners finally have reason to rejoice as the long-awaited Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update is heading their way . This update is specific to the Note 4 tied to model number SM-N910P.

The update can now be downloaded. Sprint reportedly has started rolling out the Lollipop update for the Note 4 in the U.S. The same update also can also be downloaded from Sam Mobile’s dedicated firmware section.

According to firmware details on the site, the Galaxy Note 4 with model number SM-N910P comes with the following configuration: product code: SPR, PDA: N910PVPU4COG5 and CSC: N910PSPT4COG5.

Once Galaxy Note 4 users download and install the update, overall performance reportedly improves. Sprint is one of the first set of carriers to send out the critical “Stagefright vulnerability fix” for the Note 4. Stagefright is a key vulnerability that reportedly impacts 950 million Android devices across the globe.

Google, Samsung and LG have confirmed monthly security patches to fix such issues. Google already has sent out a fix to bump off the vulnerability specific to Nexus devices. Many non-stock Android devices have not received the fix yet, notes BGR. There is an app to verify if an Android handset is vulnerable to Stagefright. The Stagefright Detector app can be downloaded from the Google Play store for free that will verify if the device is susceptible to attack.