Google has made an announcement in May 2015 that Android 6 Marshmallow is going to be the latest Android updated version. Just after the update the questions start arisen in everyone’s mind that when the latest Android 6.0 will be launch? and when would be able to upgrade my Android phone with latest Android Marshmallow? But in the very first week of October 2015 Google has begin to pack the Marshmallow loaded phones.
Upgrading your Lollipop Android phone to the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow is a simple job – take follow the given steps – despite when it gets to be accessible is reliant on your mobile carrier and phone manufacturer.
Android upgrading via “over the air”
How to Get Android Marshmallow 6.0 update for your device
If you are willing to upgrade your phone through over the air then you can make it possible only when your phone manufacturer has made your phone accessible or upgradable with Android Marshmallow. These OTA upgrade can be done within a couple of minutes.
- Unlock your phone and go for the “Settings” panel
- In “Settings” look down until you locate an “About phone” choice, tap it
- Next, go for Software Update in About Phone section and check for the latest Android version
- Be mindful that you might need to upgrade your phone to the latest rendition of Android Lollipop earlier than Android Marshmallow gets to be accessible. You need to be running Android 5.1 or higher to upgrade to Marshmallow consistently.
- Once you have completed the download, your phone will reset and introduce and dispatch into Android Marshmallow
How to force an Android Marshmallow Update in Google Nexus
For those individuals who feel a little more daring with their phone upgrade and truly need to get their hands on Android Marshmallow before any other individual, Google provides the downloading of Android factory images.
Notwithstanding, this procedure is just for cutting edge clients. Utilizing an Android industrial facility picture will wipe all your information, so ensure you reinforcement your telephone’s substance before you upgrade. Google generally release factory images only for Nexus handsets, so if you are running one of the Nexus devices, you may update by this technique