Owners of Motorola Moto G (2nd generation) in these days can now be delighted to receive the great Android upgrade to version 6.0 Marshmallow.
The latest Android version, Marshmallow, is spreading with very slow steps to more and more Android smartphones. Now it is the turn of last year’s price-friendly smartphone from Motorola, namely 2.generation of Moto G.
It is clear from some so-called release notes from Motorola, where all the news in the Android version and the procedures for installation of it can be found. A user on the website reddit follows up on it and writes that Marshmallow is on its way to four variants of 2. generation Moto G, which is:
- XT1063: Global GMS-Edition
- XT1064: GSM release in United States/Canada
- XT1068: Global GSM and dual-SIM version (sold in Denmark)
- XT1069: GSM-and DTV Edition in Brazil
It is these four variants mentioned explicitly by the user on ANIMALERTS, but at the same time, he also writes in a comment, also is out for the upgrade to 4 g variants. The Danish 4 g variant, XT1072, is not mentioned among the four variants, so it is still a little uncertain if the software is unable to this at home.
Safe is it in anyway, the upgrade is a big one at that, because it fills the entire 464.2 MB, which can be downloaded over the air “-in other words, over cellular data or Wi-Fi without the need of a pc. You just need to wait until you receive a notification that it is ready for download. Alternatively, you can even make a check for available upgrades by clicking into the Settings» On your phone ‘ System updates.
|On Motorola’s website highlights the following as some of the news in the Android 6.0 Marshmallow: