OnePlus 2, Sony Xperia Z5 Android 6.0.1 Status Update

OnePlus 2, Sony Xperia Z5 Android 6.0.1 Status Update
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Google’s Android N is just around the corner but OEMs are still not done with their Android Marshmallow update rollouts. According to new reports, devices in line to receive the updates include the OnePlus 2 and Sony Xperia Z, with the latter getting a boost in battery stamina.


 Sony Xperia Z5 Android Update 

Sony is finally pushing out the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update to its Sony Xperia Z5 device. The update to the premium model is available via the build number version 32.2.A.0.224. 

According to International Business Times, Sony has also released the update to the Z5 Dual and Z5 Compact. This is the first release following the Sony’s development of the Android 6.0.1 update with the build version 32.1.A.1.185 available last April. 

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What’s more important is that users can expect their devices to have the Battery Stamina mode once updated. The feature can reduce battery consumption once installed. Furthermore, it can restrict background data for longer battery life. Users should remember that is the Stamina mode is not active, then the Android power-saving feature takes its place.

OnePlus 2 Android Update

As with the Sony release, OnePlus 2 is also getting a Marshmallow treat. According to NDTV, OnePlus is finally releasing the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow-based OxygenOS 3.0.2 update for users with OnePlus 2 units. As with Android updates, the update is accessible via over-theia-r (OTA) release. Users only need to wait for the installation prompt. If the prompt is not available, they can check manually. 

Users are advised to connect to a secure Wi-Fi or cellular connection update. It is also best to charge devices fully to avoid further problems. All unit owners can also check with their network providers if there any changes in the update release schedule. 

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