Android 6.0 Marshmallow update begins rolling out over-the-air
Google took to its blog to announce that it has begun rolling out the much anticipated Android 6.0 over-the-air update for Nexus users. It brings with it a whole bevy of cool new features, such as Now on Tap, better battery life, and more.
Google released the factory images for many of its Nexus devices earlier today, allowing users to manually install it. For those not interested in going that route, you should be getting a prompt to download the update over-the-air shortly. If you haven’t gotten it yet, just head on into your devices settings menu and check for it manually.
Keep in mind that the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 (2012) will not be getting the update. However, it won’t be long before it’s made available via a custom ROM, but who knows how well it’ll actually perform.
Now we just sit and wait for Android 6.0 on flagships from manufacturers like LG and Samsung. Anyone get the update on their Nexus device yet?
source: Google (Twitter)
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