Ever since Google started its Android 6.0 Marshmallow rollout, users have been eager to know when their devices would get the handset. The new Nexus devices, the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X, are the first to run the new software. Other Nexus phones started getting the Marshmallow update on Tuesday.
Google hasn't forgotten its promise to keep the Android One smartphone line-up up to date with the latest software. In India, several Android One users are reportedly getting the Android 6.0 update, FoneArena reports.
Surprisingly, Google hasn't officially confirmed the Android Marshmallow rollout for Android One smartphones in India. Nevertheless, users are happy to be among the first ones to receive the new software. A user shared a screenshot of the update notification on the XDA developers forum that reveals the size of the software to be 337.9MB.
If you are an Android One user and waiting for the update, fret not! The rollout is likely staged and you will get your share in the coming days. According to GSM Arena, the rollout of Android 6.0 Marshmallow is confirmed for the first-generation Android One smartphones including, Micromax Canvas A1, Karbonn Sparkle V, and Spice Dream Uno. The report further adds that other Android One smartphones are next in the line.
The update is pushed over-the-air, so users need not go through a complex procedure to install Android 6.0 Marshmallow. When you receive the notification to upgrade the software on your device, click on Install and accept the terms. Follow the prompts that will lead you to the end and finally restart the device to complete the installation. Once restarted, go to Settings > About Phone and verify the Android version showing 6.0.
In other news, T-Mobile has listed the devices, varying from Samsung flagships to LG and HTC smartphones, that will receive the Android 6.0 update soon. If you are curious about your smartphone getting the software, check out our list of devices expected to get the update.