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General why did you all want to upgrade to Marshmelow? how can i downgrade?

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  1. InGearX

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    its a downgrade

    now to draw a pattern to unlock i need to swipe ..
    now long power button press will not present airplane mode ..

    but biggest issue is overlay draw with apps like BS Player

    it can not pop out with picture on top ..

    and etc .. many issues ..

    help .. how can i downgrade back to alollipop?

    thank you ..
     

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    I don't know how to downgrade, so sorry. But, I do like most of what's new in Marshmallow. I like the new two screen login although it was a learning curve. Lateck,
     
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    The Google said something bad would happen to my dog if I didn't.
     
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    i fixed the 2 screen draw pattern problem by doing fingerprint login ..

    still i see few things worth updating for ..

    some apps lost some functionality ..
     
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    can't undertand why people wnated to upgrade

    just because?
     
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    Wifi is a nightmare , keeps flashing up connected to WiFi on the screen , wifi goes off at times too , pain in the rear when streaming
     
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    people will upgrade to anything

    and want it for no real reason ..
     
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    I respect your view that an upgrade is not worthwhile and would not question your reasons for reaching this decision.

    Your comments 'people will upgrade to anything' and 'want it for no real reason' implies the vast majority who have upgraded are unthinking and incapable of making logical decisions. I find that rather sad.

    After some thought I did upgrade and with over a month of use I undoubtedly consider I made a sensible decision. I have not found problems with any of the several hundred apps I have on my tablet and phone. In fact there is not one single reason why I would wish to downgrade - even if I knew how!
     
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