Even with the mid quarter of 2016 fast approaching, there are still a huge number of Android devices, yet to receive an upgrade to Android Marshmallow. The Motorola Droid Turbo 2 for example, is one such device. While a Marshmallow update rollout had begun a couple of weeks ago, it was supposedly cancelled promptly even before users got their hands on it.
However there is a new development, as the Android Marshmallow software is said to be in “full deployment”, as stated via a Google Plus post by David Schuster, Motorola’s Director of Software Project Management. Though the details are still unclear, it apparently suggests that the update was not originally accessible to all Droid Turbo 2 variants.
This Marshmallow update will come with among others, a Doze mode for better battery management during standby mode, customizable app permissions, security enhancements as well as a software upgrade.
For more detailed information on the update, check out Motorola’s official support page.
The update should soon make its way to all Droid Turbo 2 owners, though they can choose to check for it manually by heading into Settings >> About Device and checking if the update is available.
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