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Moto G (3rd Gen) Gets Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Moto E (2nd Gen) to Follow

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Motorola is doing a tremendous job with its current smartphone models as way as rolling out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates thinks about.

Some homeowners of the third generation Moto G will currently upgrade their devices software to the most recent Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

However, this news has nonetheless to be created official on the company’s website.

On the opposite hand, developers of Moto X Pure 2015 edition also will be glad to be told that there’s a brand new kernel supply that they will use.

As mentioned, Motorola has already availed the new Android 6.0 Marshmallow to quite an variety of its devices as well as the Moto X vogue and ordinal generation Moto X and currently that it’s pushing an equivalent OS to the Moto G third generation, it shows however determined it’s to examine this new OS come back to as several of its devices as doable.

One downside, though, is that this update is just offered to dwellers of North America, however the remainder of the planet ought to be obtaining the update terribly presently.

Users want a minimum of 2GB of space for storing on their devices so as to induce this new update.

However, once it’s there you won’t be able to access Assist, Migrate and variety of different Motorola apps, even as earlier declared by the corporate.

On the contrary, the new update can motivate board to Do Not Disturb setting via Sound and notifications Settings to make amends for the Moto Assist feature.

The next model to receive the new Android 6.0 candy upgrade are going to be the Moto E 2nd generation, however this update is predicted to return around inside subsequent one roughly months.

At the instant, the Moto X Play is within the soak check.

The users of 2015’s edition of the X Pure have already received an upgrade to the most recent Android OS, however, now the corporate stunned the developers on this platform with kernel supply files.

Of course, this is often of no use to regular users; however the developers can relish this update as they’ll currently be able to produce moreover as install custom ROMs.

In case you didn’t recognize, the Moto X Pure (2015) is truly the primary non-Nexus Motorola smartphone that has received an Android 6.0 kernel supply.