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Honor: here is the call to become a beta tester of Android Marshmallow for 6, 6+ and 4X



Honor: here is the call to become a beta tester of Android Marshmallow for 6, 6+ and 4X


Android Marshmallow is certainly the most awaited update for us lovers of the technological world who do not own a Nexus device. Although many terminals are receiving updates to the latest version of Google’s operating system, many others are completely unaware of their update date, given that most smartphone manufacturers have not published their road-map for the release of the update to version 6.0 of the OS.

We had already heard about Huawei, and therefore Honor, and the updates regarding the most interesting devices in the product range of the two sister companies through various rumors, but no news had been officially released. However, in the last few hours, through the official European pages of Honor present on the various social networks, we learned of the possibility of becoming a beta tester of Android Marshmallow on behalf of Huawei’s “rib”.

In fact, all those who own an Honor 6, 6+ or 4X and want to try their hand at testing a experimental firmware based on Android Marshmallow will be able to subscribe their own will in this form. To be chosen by the company and become part of the group of beta testers, all you have to do is enter your personal data, your email, the device owned among those indicated, the IMEI1 of the same and the firmware currently mounted on the terminal. . Once registrations for the program are closed, then after the day January 22Honor will start sending the OTA update to the indicated mobiles.

Certainly it must be taken into account that the firmware that will be distributed by Honor in this first phase will not be completely stable and could report malfunctions, even serious ones. So, before sending your application to join the program, try to foresee every possible bug so as not to find yourself with a smartphone that cannot be used daily, and therefore be forced to perform a downgrade by unofficial ways.

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