Motorola Commences Soak Testing Android 6.0 Marshmallow For Moto G (2nd Gen) In Brazil, India

Motorola Commences Soak Testing Android 6.0 Marshmallow For Moto G (2nd Gen) In Brazil, India
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The latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates to several smartphones have already started and the Moto G (2nd gen) smartphone is next in line. While soak tests of the phone have already started, the latest software update for both 3G and LTE 2nd generation Moto G variants will soon commence in Brazil and India. It’s OTA (over-the-air) rollout is also not far off.


As posted on Motorola’s official support site, “We are excited to announce a new software update for Moto G (2nd Gen.) by Motorola. This update brings Android 6.0 Marshmallow to your phone along with other improvements.”

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David Shuster, senior director of software product management of Motorola, announced the commencement of soak tests for the firmware upgrade for different Moto devices. He also added that once the soak-testing is completed successfully, the alleged devices will start receiving the software update.

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“I am pleased to announce that we are starting the soak test for Android 6.0 Marshmallow upgrade for the 2014 Moto G (2nd gen) and 2014 Moto G with 4G LTE (2nd gen) for Brazil and India retail channels devices,” David said.

Upon upgrading and installing Android 6.0 Marshmallow in Moto G (2nd gen) phone, you will notice enhanced mobile-experience owing to smart-battery features. In addition, there are permissions for new apps in your phone to offer more control of functions. Another significant change includes App Links that enables you to select anything you want to see upon taping the app gently.

A Do Not Disturb Mode lets you configure interruptions by tapping on the button. If you are looking for an intuitive and more distinct way of adjusting media, alarm volume and ringtone, opt for the volume control configuration option.

Now on Tap feature helps produce Google Now results in the app you are currently using. In the meantime, you can directly share content with friends in the conversation box within an app with the Direct Share feature, reports Korea Portal.