Android 6.0 Marshmallow – Tour & Impressions!

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Join us as we take a tour of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, review some of its features, check out some of the changes, and just take a moment to see how awesome it is.

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38 Comments on Android 6.0 Marshmallow – Tour & Impressions!

  1. I have a problem on marshmallow.I use doze/greenify for this I turn on accessibility.but when I close recent app doze/greenify accessibility automatic turn off…how can I turn on always of this app?please help

  2. Didn't mention that if you upgrade an HTC One m8 to Android 6.0 it breaks your Bluetooth function, IR blaster, and other faults. I found out the hard way, and am sending my phone to HTC to be flashed back to the previous version. Be careful because it's difficult to go back once you switch.

  3. Besides these welcomed improvements, I immediately noticed some awfully annoying, and pointless changes. Most of all being my keyboard symbol shortcuts have been rearranged which I cannot for the life of me understand why and it has proved to be a hindrance and slow me down, along with many other subtle pointless changes.

  4. I updated my phone unknowing that it would update to 6.0. I prefer 5.1 because it doesn't have these strange animations (like the weird color fade to black when turning off the screen) I prefer it just… shutting the screen off. Plain and simple.

  5. When I pull down my notification bar it's blinding white now with light blue text (used to be black with white text). I'm using nova launcher, but can't find the setting to change the color of the notification bar. Can anyone guide me in the right direction?

  6. By the time I get Marshmallow on my LG G3, Android N will debut. Great job, AT&T and Google. And no, I do not want to purchase a Nexus device right now.

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