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Sprint Pushes Android Marshmallow Updates To The Galaxy Note 4, 5, And S6 Edge+

Samsung has a bunch of phones spread across a bunch of carriers, and those released in the last year or two need Marshmallow updates. Sprint has begun to roll out the latest version of Android to customers owning three of those devices: the Galaxy Note 4 and 5, plus the S6 Edge+.

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Verizon Says The Marshmallow Update For Its LG V10 Variant Is Ready To Go

A bunch of LG phones have been upgraded to Android 6.0 over the last few weeks, and today it's the Verizon V10's version. According to Verizon's support page, at least: the company says it's now sending the over-the-air update to customers, though of course it could be a few days or even a week or two before it reaches every device. Software version VS99022A adds Marshmallow and... well, not much else. It's just Android 6.0 with LG's software skin on top.

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Some Galaxy S7 edges Have Palm/Finger Rejection Issues On Edge Of Display, Fix Seemingly Underway Outside US

The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are great phones, and I like both of them - honestly. Unfortunately, since I received my Verizon S7 edge review unit last week, I've had an annoying and persistent problem with the touchscreen. Namely, it's far too sensitive around the edges of the display.

The problem manifests quite noticeably. If you have an S7 edge, open the camera app and hold the phone with both hands in landscape mode, with your fingers grasping the corners of the display. Can you reliably get the shutter to detect your input every single time you press it?

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OnePlus 2 OxygenOS Update With Android Marshmallow Is Currently Undergoing Soak Testing

OnePlus doesn't ship its phones with plain vanilla Android. They run OxygenOS. No matter. It's Android, and what people want from the over-the-air updates remain the latest version. Right now that's Marshmallow.

Apparently OnePlus is soak testing its Android 6.0 update, which is going out as part of OxygenOS 3.0.

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OTAs From The Android N Beta Program Are Soft Bricking Some Devices, But Google Has A Fix

Google's approach to releasing preview firmware for upcoming versions of Android is evolving into a pretty cool system that allows developers to simply sign up a device and wait for the OTAs to come rolling in. However, no product launch is perfect, and this one is causing some real problems for some users. Complaints started rolling into the Nexus Help Form and AOSP Issue Tracker about devices that were left unable to boot after attempting to install the OTA. This problem is greatly compounded by the fact that many users are not able to unlock their bootloaders, which means they can't fix the issue with a factory image.

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Sprint's Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge Get Their Android Marshmallow Over-The-Air Updates

Sprint customers have a lot to deal with, starting with the fact that they're paying for Sprint service. (I kid, I kid.) But those of them who use a Galaxy S6 or the curvier Galaxy S6 Edge have reason to celebrate, as both phones are being upgraded to Android 6.0 starting today. We have confirmation from multiple users that the OTA files are going out, and Sprint's support pages for both phones say the same thing.

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[Updated] The Nexus 6P Is Getting An Update (MHC19I) With Performance Improvements, A Do-Not-Disturb Fix, And More

Earlier today (before the Android N deluge), we reported on the Nexus 5X update, which included a few important bug fixes. Now there's a new build for the Nexus 6P that apparently offers the same improvements. It's build MHC19I, and it seems to have some noticeable performance improvements.

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Nexus 5X Update MHC19J Includes Cooler Color Temp Option, Performance Improvements, And More

Most of the monthly Nexus updates are security patches, but Google is pushing out an OTA to the Nexus 5X right now that's actually got some substance to it. While other phones are just getting the March security update, the Nexus 5X is receiving a raft of bug fixes and tweaks in the update too.

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Android 6.0 Update Comes To The T-Mobile HTC One M8 And LG G Stylo

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Nexus Factory Images For March Security Updates Are Now Available

As is the (new-ish) tradition, Google rolls out security updates on the first Monday of each month. The factory images for March's updates are right on schedule with all of the recent fixes to shore up potential vulnerabilities in the operating system. LMY49H is the build number for the Nexus 10 update, which will remain cut off at Lollipop. Most of the other devices on the list are moving up to MMB29V, though a few other build numbers are available for special variants. It looks like there may still be a couple of missing images, like the Nexus 6P. Just keep checking back and they'll probably turn up shortly.

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