HTC Desire Eye, One E8/M8 Eye Android 6.0 Marshmallow Status Update

HTC Desire Eye, One E8/M8 Eye Android 6.0 Marshmallow Status Update
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HTC joins the list of OEMs that are continually working and expanding the release of the Andorid 6.0 Marshmallow update. According to reports, users of devices like HTC Desire Eye, One (E8) and One (M8 Eye) will be pleased to know that they may now fall in line to receive the update.


It is taking quite a while for all Android manufacturers to bring the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to their devices but it appears that HTC is working on catching up. According to reports, HTC has started seeding the said update to Desire Eye, One (E8), and One (M8 Eye) smartphones.

According to NDTV, HTC Desire Eye users in Europe along with those under AT&T should receive notification of the OTA around next week. As for HTC One (E8), users in China already have access to the update. Other markets will have to wait but the release is already happening. Additionally, HTC One (M8 Eye) users in Europe and China already noted receiving the update.

People looking for the change log of the Marshmallow update for HTC Desire Eye, HTC One (E8), and HTC One (M8 Eye) units will need to wait as this is not available yet. For those who are getting impatient in receiving the official notification, they can always check manually by opening Settings> About Phone> System Update. According to reports, the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for HTC will offer software improvements including the new Sense 7 UI.

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According to Ubergizmo, most users in the United States should expect the rollout a bit later because the update will need to pass through the carrier approval process first. Nonetheless, it will be best for people to check with their respective carriers. As with other Android updates, users are advised to connect to a strong Wi-Fi or cellular connection. Charging the device fully is also recommended.

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