Android Marshmallow comes to Nexus 7, Galaxy Nexus
For now, the Android Marshmallow 6.0 update has to be the most elusive Android version there is. The update, sporting loads of features that a thousand and one Android enthusiasts are willing to lay their hands on and are also itching to try is unfortunately, not on a lot of platforms already. Even Google don’t have all there Nexus smartphones updated with the newer version yet.
It then came as a sort of good news when it was announced that the Android Marshmallow 6.0 updates would be coming to Nexus soon, although the older versions have been favored first. Given that not all the devices in the Nexus line have made the list of those that would be getting the update (at least for now), the developers of the Android version are toiling away to ensure that the users of the Google Nexus 7 (made in the year 2012) and as well, Samsung Galaxy Nexus users get a hold of this new software.
The Nexus 7 would receive this update first and the developer, in person of Dmitry Grinberg — same developer who took the update to the Nexus 4 — has built a working ROM that is adaptable to the Android System of the Nexus 7, although for the Wi-Fi only variant.
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