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Moto X Style and Moto X (2nd Gen) start receiving Android 6.0 update

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Motorola has started the rollout of its first Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates today. They are headed for the Moto X Style and the Moto X (2nd Gen).

However, the updates will make it to the handsets in stages, as the rollout seems to be a very slow one. For now, only Moto X Style units purchased in Brazil and India are set to taste the new treat, along with Moto X (2nd Gen) units bought in Brazil.

Moto X Style and Moto X (2nd Gen) start receiving Android 6.0 update

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Full deployment is said to be taking a few weeks. Furthermore, you can’t manually initiate the process yet – you need to wait for the update notification to show up on your device even if you’re in one of those two countries.

We expect Motorola’s release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow to be out for Moto X Style and Moto X (2nd Gen) phones in more territories soon. In the meantime, the company has announced that the update for the Moto X Pure Edition (3rd Gen) is going to be out “in the next few weeks”, as the approval process for it has started.

Motorola has recently angered its fans by not committing to bring Marshmallow to some of its devices (such as the Moto E or certain carrier-branded Moto X models), but at least it seems not to have lost the will to be among the first companies pushing out new Android releases.

Source: gsmarena.com

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17 thoughts on “Moto X Style and Moto X (2nd Gen) start receiving Android 6.0 update

  1. Ruce.R, 17 hours agoApple device = surety of updates 😊thats right my friend im sick of keep looking at google daily if there is gonna be an update for my android G2 phone or not….still 5.0.2 and no information about 5.1.1 or if this device will get 6.0 after all,….. even this 5.1.1 was rolled out several months ago…now 6.0 is out and still not information….im sure that and droid will upgrade to 6.1 im we might be still stuck with this 5.0.2 due to LG doesnt provide any information about updates….not even in their homeland…….diffrent from apple wich does right things and when they say a date in that date u get ur phone updated ….used to have an iphone i miss the way it was….im happy with my G2 but this wait is too much next device will be an iphone and thats for sure.

  2. G2 user, 17 hours agothats right my friend im sick of keep looking at google daily if there is gonna be an update f… moreThats because android updates need to be tweaked for each carrier and each phone. You obviously got an android for a reason. Go with a Nexus from google and you’ll get quick updates just like you would with apple. Or pick the middle ground and go for a windows phone which is faster than android but slower than iOS.

  3. Anonymous, 17 hours agoThats because android updates need to be tweaked for each carrier and each phone. You obviousl… moreyou are right nexus are fast with updates … i choosed this G2 because i like they battery backup,size of the device along with good camera and software tricks like knock on wich is excellent for me and im used to it …..problem that makes me get mad is that lg different from other manufactures doesnt provide a list of devices that will be updated they never mentioned anything… people can guess but not make sure… why i say this is because g4 and g3 were spotted on t-mobile network with 6.0 suppoirt and gflex2 and v10 are new enough for such an upgrade ….even midrange g4stylus will get it…..but is that short the list ,….that might be the reason they never gave info….. sd800 on G2 is as fast as the one found on nexus 5 ..but with diferrence that g2 is better for everything exept updates…

  4. Ruce.R, 15 hours agoApple device = surety of updates 😊Apple device = double the money for just a 16gb model.. And oh w8 so many things that they should include but that list is too long.

  5. Makes me curious about impact on battery life after Marshmallow update.
    Will ya, GSMA, check it out and update your review accordingly? The X Style?

  6. For anyone who hatea iphone and love android. You just buy nexus devices. It’s like apple iphone in android world. Wish all android fanboys buy nexus devices all together so samsung, sony etc know the customers need fast updates. Man i just wish all android phone makers just put a stock android in their phones instead. Imagine gaalxy s6 specs with stock android. It will beat the nexus’s ass

  7. Moto leave us with bugs app optimizing even after factory reset, wipe cache. Time to test LG flagship

  8. rohit, 8 hours agoWhat about moto x play??Yes. What about the play???

  9. Updates normally are over hyped and results into making your smooth running device laggy…
    Do not update to next version unless it some improvement in existing version, say Android 5.0 to 5.1…5.2 and so on but 6.0 pls be cautious.

  10. Lenovo Have made a bad decision by not giving 6.0 update to phone like motor e2 and some other worthy devices.. Google should have not sold Motorola the Lenovo

  11. i got my marshmallow update on my moto x style and first i did not update that,after checking again it is showing that “your device is up to date” but im still in 5.1.1.any one know why?

  12. TP, 1 hour agoi got my marshmallow update on my moto x style and first i did not update that,after checking … moreI got an update to, but it was a little one of 4mb and now my ui looks like marshmallow but it still says 5.1 i guess that they’re going to take it slowly

  13. Received the Android M update for MOTO X Style today morning. Did check it manually at software updates n then received the notification to update the device. All the features mentioned in the release note were noticeably available.. The update has taken away a couple of features. Only value addition looks to be the doze mode, but will only know how good the update really is after a few days use. But otherwise don’t see much of a value addition. Wait n watch..

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