According to Google’s latest Platform Distribution numbers for December 2015, Android 6.0 Marshmallow is most effective running on .5% of Android units, only a small blip at the radar. For the majority of Android customers on the earth — those who don’t personal Nexus units — the look forward to Android 6.0 Marshmallow is an excruciating one.
We comprehend it’s coming. Most of the larger identify producers have already dedicated to bringing the recent OS update to their older flagship units. It’s simply the ready — and now not understanding while to be expecting it — that’s the arduous phase. For Samsung Galaxy S5 house owners, a leaked roadmap confirmed the update was still “awaiting approval” with no ETA in sight.
But one fortunate Galaxy S5 proprietor turns out to have won the update a tad bit early, with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow already up and running on his tool. It’s uncertain if he won this update over-the-air, by which case it might be a reasonably large mishap on Samsung’s phase, or he merely flashed a leaked construct intended for some other Samsung tool. In both case, don’t be expecting this rolling out on your handset every time quickly, particularly in the event you are living in the United States the place device updates face the standard service approval procedure.
Last week we informed you men approximately Samsung’s early device software the place they gave a couple of fortunate customers the risk to check out the brand new Marshmallow update (in beta shape) on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge in the UK and South Korea. The check duration for the beta ends January 18th, so don’t be expecting a rollout till someday after that date on the very least.