Owners of the LG G4 on T-mobile were starting to get annoyed at the lack of Marshmallow for their phones. Well, no longer. Some users have reported receiving the update via LG's update tool. And T-Mobile has added OTA information to its website. Read More
NVIDIA started rolling the Android 6.0 update out to its original SHIELD Tablet yesterday after getting the K1 variant on Marshmallow a few weeks ago. Things haven't been going awesomely for early upgraders, though. NVIDIA has pulled the SHIELD update while it investigates an issue that can break WiFi connectivity on the tablet. Read More
Google is keeping up with its promise to roll out monthly patches for Nexus devices, and it's really on the ball this time. The factory images for the February update are already available for download from the Google developer site. There are also some updated binaries for devices that need them. Read More
Samsung was among the companies that last year pledged to start issuing monthly security updates for its flagship phones following the Stage Fright scare. It has more or less been following through with that promise, and today it's announcing a January security patch with fixes for Android vulnerabilities from Google's monthly patch, as well as some specific to Samsung devices. Read More
HTC is finishing the week with a few device updates, including one that keeps the company's A9 handset astonishingly up-to-date. According to HTC's Mo Versi, the unlocked A9 is getting an OTA that includes the January security updates. Then there's the One M8 on Sprint, which is surprisingly getting bumped to Marshmallow. Read More
Motorola is just about done rolling out Marshmallow updates to its recent phones, and that includes one you might not be very familiar with. The Moto G Turbo Edition in India is getting a 6.0 update right now. This phone is also sold in Mexico, but today's update is for the Indian version.
Google is rolling out Android 6.0.1 with some tweaks to do-not-disturb, new LTE bands, and a ton of new emoji. Getting tired of waiting? You could wait for days (or weeks!) to get the OTA on your device the old-fashioned way, or you can just grab the ZIP files from the URLs below. We'll update with new OTA files as we find the URLs, so check back often if your device isn't listed yet. Read More
Are you sick and tired of iPhone users taunting you with taco emoji that don't render correctly on your Android device? Well, salvation is just around the corner. Google's Android SVP Hiroshi Lockheimer tweeted that the new emoji are coming next week! Yay... oh... to Nexus devices. Sorry, everyone else. New emoji require a system update, so that means an OTA is happening, and it may be 6.0.1. Read More