Google’s Nexus 6 owners on T-Mobile network can finally access the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. This is however an over-the-air update that will come in phases. This means that a few Nexus 6 owners will get it before others and also that it will not be live across all regions simultaneously.

The Marshmallow build MRA58K will be available to the Nexus 6 T-Mobile. The update features LTE band 12 support as well as Wi-Fi calling. In addition, it will be over 700 MB, thus users should ensure that their Nexus 6 device has minimum of 85% battery charge to cater for the download and installation of the updated Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system. Alternatively, keep your Nexus 6 plugged in the charger during the whole process. To move the process faster, a decent Wi-Fi connection is needed.

Nexus 6 Owners should keep checking their devices for the OTA Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. For those who want to manually download the Marshmallow MRA58K update to their devices, URLs for the .zip files for each Nexus 6 phase are provided below.

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Nexus 6 (Part 1; 702MB) – {MRA58K from LMY48T}Download .zip file URL

Nexus 6 T-Mobile (Part 2; 698MB) – {MRA58K from LYZ28M}Download .zip file URL

NOTE: Before flashing a .zip file in adb, confirm that the file’s build number matches your current build number otherwise the update will fail. For example, note the build number in the brackets then the build number that it’s originating ‘from’. In Nexus 6 Settings>>About Phone you’ll find your device’s build number, confirm that it matches to the .zip file, then proceed

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