Verizon's LG G Pad X8.3 is due for a Marshmallow update, and it's getting one today. VK81522A is the software version you'll be looking for. The update brings Marshmallow's best features, including Doze Mode, Google Now on Tap, refined permissions and more.
Samsung has started pushing the May security patch to the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in India. The update is 359.77MB large and comes in as version N920GDDU2BPD3. Samsung didn't have many other notable changes other than unnamed bug fixes and performance improvements.
Security updates are usually uneventful, but T-Mobile Galaxy S7 users are in for a treat with May's update. Alongside the security fixes, the update enables FM Radio functionality. This is likely to be controlled by a new system app. It's common for devices to have dormant FM Radios that the...
T-Mobile's LG G3 is now getting a full rollout of Marshmallow. It'll arrive as build D85130d. The update brings Marshmallow features such as Doze Mode and Google Now on Tap, but also includes improvements for WiFi calling.
The European HTC 10 seems to be getting a quick pre-launch update. It weighs in at 85MB, and aside from usual improvements and bug fixes, HTC noted in the camera and WiFi departments. The update arrives as version 1.30.401..
It was only 4 days ago that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in India received the April security patch. Today, it's receiving another security patch for May. No other changes were mentioned aside from unknown performance improvements. The patch is around 378MB large.
It seems LG's G3 devices are starting to get a Marshmallow upgrade at AT&T and T-Mobile. T-Mobile users can grab the update right now by using the LG Bridge program for PC, but AT&T customers will seemingly have to rely on an OTA notification before pulling it down.
The Samsung Galaxy A8 is receiving a security update this month. The patch is for the latest security updates issued in April. The model number will be A800FXXU1APD1, though you will only see the update if you have an unlocked model or one from Vodafone right now. Others will have to wait a bit.
Sony has started sending the update to Android Marshmallow over the air to its Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact.
The update bumps the build number to 23.5.A.0.570 and upgrades the tablet straight to Android 6.0.1.
LG is rolling out Marshmallow to one of their mid-tier handsets. The update is headed out to the LG Class in South Korea, a device which you might know as the LG Zero.
Alongside Marshmallow-specific features, the update optimizes the device's stand-by endurance by limiting data consumption...
The Blacberry PRIV is now receiving its Marshmallow update. Beta versions for the device have been in the works for a few weeks now. The upgrade is heading out to ShopBlackberry devices today, with carrier versions getting it May 3rd. There are a lot of new changes including improved keyboard...
The Samsung Galaxy A3 is now receiving the latest security patch in Europe. It's firmware version XXU1BPC2, and those with the device can find it by heading to Settings > About Device > Software Update.
Samsung has started rolling out the Android 6.0.1 update to the Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 in Germany. You'll be looking for firmware T815XXU2BPD6. You can check for it manually by heading into the Settings » About device » Software update menu.
Blackberry has confirmed that T-Mobile PRIV owners who signed up for the Marshmallow beta will start receiving invites within 24 hours. As for those already in the beta with other models, a new update is heading out starting today. Blackberry didn't detail which changes they made in the update.
The NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV is getting an update today. The update brings optimization for new games, as well as the March security patch. They've also added a new feature that lets you use the right analog stick of the controller as a mouse.
Still haven't received your April security update on your Nexus device? You can get OTA links or all the Nexus devices all in one place. These files differ from factory images in that they allow you to update to the newest build without having to wipe any files.
Folks who signed up to be in the Blackberry PRIV Marshmallow beta and were accepted in the first group of testers have reason to be excited today. Blackberry is starting to push the first update out. Remember that a larger group of testers will be let in on the beta after 4-8 weeks.
T-Mobile has started pushing out the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. The update is about 1.2GB in size and is known as versions G920TUVU3EPD1 and G925TUVU3EPD1 for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, respectively.
Verizon has issued some updates to the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+. The Note 5 is getting fixes for WiFi dropping out, while the S6 Edge+ gets a big upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which also includes the new Edge panel features Samsung debuted with the Galaxy S7 Edg.
ASUS is updating the Zenfone 2 Laser and Zenfone Zoom with pretty big changelogs. The changelogs are only so big because ASUS saw fit to list nearly every bug and improvement they've addressed, whereas others are content with "bug fixes and performance improvements." Still, there are some...
The Verizon LG G5 is getting a quick update today. Coming in as version VS98711A, the update doesn't appear to be much more than a quick maintenance update. The main change was an improvement for WiFi calling.
Sony's SmartWatch 3 was the lone Android Wear device left out of the Marshmallow parade, but now it's finally getting the update. It's said the update will roll out to select users over the course of a week, after which a full widespread OTA will commence.