Anyways, Android 6.0 Marshmallow began rolling out yesterday to the Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7 (2013), Nexus 9 and Nexus Player.
Hence, the phone missing from the official list set to get the Marshmallow update has raised quite a few concerns.
It’s now only a matter of time until OEMs start rolling out Marshmallow updates for supported handsets.
Now on Tap will be available once your device has been upgraded to the newest Android update.
With the recent release of the newest Nexus devices, people are now anticipating the widespread arrival of the operating system (OS) to other phones from that line, but it appears not all will be receiving the update.
According to sources, if a user has a known brand device like a Samsung, Sony, or HTC one, they’re more likely going to get the update first.
Google unveiled Android’s next version, Android 6.0 Marshmallow back at Google I/O.
The impact on you: This is why you go Nexus: the latest flavor of Android as soon as it’s ready.
See all sorts of Android 6.0 features in our Marshmallow portal.
If you’re interested in flashing the factory image to your device, you should be able to download the image, remove the ‘-w’ from the FlashAll.bat script and that should remove the wipe on the user data.
With the new app permissions model, users can pick and choose which permissions to grant apps at the time of use.
Keep in mind that the update is pushed OTA (over the air) in stages, so it might take a while until it reaches all Android One devices. Alternatively, you can head over to Settings About Phone System Update Check Now, to manually check if the update has arrived.
If you’re a fan of Google Now and how it has made your mobile and digital life a little bit easier, then you’ll probably be even happier with a new feature on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Another anticipated feature of Motorola’s Android 6.0 Marshmallow update is Android Pay which will simplify the way you shop by simply requesting an authorized click from you.