Google’s Android 6.0 Marshmallow update has yet to reach all devices but OEMs are reportedly working around the clock to release the firmware. This time, recent information suggests that devices such as Moto G, LG G3, Galaxy Note 5, Samsung Galaxy S6 are now on line to receive the update.
Motorola just revealed that the second generation of the Moto G (2014) now has access to the Andrid 6.0 Marshmallow update. To access the update, users should connect their phone to WiFi then wait for the notification, click the following: Yes I’m In > Install Now. Wait for the phone to re-start and it should be updated to Android 6.0. For those without notification, simply check the Settings. Click About Phone > System updates > Yes I’m In > Install Now. After the phone restarts, the device is updated already. For full information on the Moto G Android 6.0 update, check Motorola’s support page.
As for LG G3, the rollout should come soon as LG G4 already started seeding the update. Specifically, LG G4 units under carriers like US Cellular, Sprint , T-Mobile and AT&T already have access to the update. GSM Arena also reported that LG G4 units in Europe and Canada also have the update the already. This means it will only be a matter of time before the firmware hits LG G3 devices as with other rollouts previously.
A tipster, on the other hand, sent photos to SamMobile claiming the Galaxy Note 5 is already ahead of the pack with the device reportedly running on Android 6.0.1 update. It is not clear if the firmware is a test or final version but this should signal upcoming release.
As for other Samsung devices, Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge units in Poland haves started seeing the Marshmallow update. The region has been a priority apart from South Korea. If this is any indication then other markets across the globe should have access soon as well.