If you own Asus’ Zenfone 2, you might want to check the updates settings as the company has announced the update of the Zenfone 2 to the Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Zentalk senior community manager nikkojamesreducto posted the announcement June 13, 2016.
The Android 6.0 update to Zenfone 2 will take effect to models ZE550ML & ZE551ML.
According to the post, it will take about one week for the system to complete the auto push, and if you do not receive the update prompt, you can do it manually by going to Setting -> About-> System Update.
Here are some reminders when you do the update:
- Software update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Internal storage will decrease slightly after update, it is recommended backup data and relocate media files (pictures & vides) to SD card to reserve enough storage before starting the software update.
- Android Marshmallow won’t support APP2SD. Please move apps to internal storage before system upgrades.
Multi-user function won’t be supported if the account is deleted. Please keep your account to continue usage.
The following apps will no longer be pre-loaded once your device has been upgraded to Android 6.0 (Marshmallow).
- Omlet Chat
- Data Transfer
- Photo Frame
- ASUS Backup
- Dr. Safety
- What’s Next
- Party Link
- Remote Link
- PC Link
- Yahoo Shopping
- EZ Ding
- Dr. Eye
- Puffin Browser
- Google Settings (Integrated in ASUS Settings)
The update will remove ASUS Email, ASUS Calendar, ASUS Messaging, and won’t be preloaded in this software version. You can use GMail, Google Calendar, Google Messenger for relevant services.
See also: Asus Zenfone 2 review
[junkie-button url=”http://www.asus.com/zentalk/ph/thread-79129-1-1.html” style=”red” size=”small” type=”round” target=”_self”] Source [/junkie-button]