Why Android Marshmallow Delaying?

This time we have very important discussion awaiting..

Android 6.0 Marshmallow is here, and now the waiting time is already started. “When will my android device get the Marshmallow update?” ask numbers of Android fans, and for good reason: while smartphone makers are doing a good job at keeping devices up to date, the process is still lengthy and opaque. We are here to shed some light on the delay issue.

In this post, which will be updated frequently, we are rounding up all the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update news, so you can get a good picture of what to expect.

The question is: Why Android Marshmallow Delaying?

There are few Important aspect causing delay

Marshmallow Installation Problems

Recently Google’s latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow OTA roll out is moving slowly but that’s not a problem. User reported that Android 6.0 or Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow installation gets stuck during the download or the installation. This is the most possible delay reason. Every device company waiting for the correct update(bug free) from the main source of android.

Marshmallow Battery Life Problems

Another issue tracked by number of users about battery. Battery life issues are extremely common after major Android updates. Many Nexus users complain about abnormal battery drain this time. Nexus Android 6.0.1 battery issues are isolated but we could see the number of complaints grow as the OTAs pick up speed.

Marshmallow Charging Problems

Many Nexus users facing charging problem after new Android updates. Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow is no different and we expect to see more charging issues emerge in the days, weeks and months to come. Fortunately, there are some potential fixes for these Android 6.0 Marshmallow charging problems.

Marshmallow Wi-Fi Problems

Already checked Nexus Android 6.0.1 Wi-Fi problems emerge. in particular, users are complaining about broken Wi-Fi though we’ll almost certainly see Wi-Fi issues impact all Marshmallow devices.

Marshmallow Bluetooth Problems

This can be little difficult to fix due to the number of third-party Bluetooth devices out.

Marshmallow Data Problems

Users are also saying that Android Marshmallow fixed their data issues but Some users are saying that Android 6.0 is causing issues with cellular data.

Source: Google

Source: Google


Android update release for most devices is a complex process, involving Google, device makers, chipmakers and carriers. With so many users, and so many things that can go wrong, you should expect delays, slow roll-out, careless releases, and generally a lot of variation based on your specific model, your region, and your carrier.

Some sort of point we need to care for update. Just because your device is listed as officially announced to receive Marshmallow (or worse, just rumoured to get the update), it doesn’t mean that your particular model will receive it in a timely manner, or even at all. just because your phone or tablet isn’t listed, it doesn’t mean that it won’t be updated. OEMs occasionally change their minds. In other cases, the list that they gave are non-final.

There are so many link available over internet for factory image of marshmallow. Google has released Android 6.0 factory images for Nexus devices on October 5. These images can be flashed manually, allowing you to bypass a potentially lengthy wait for the OTA update. Factory images are available for:

Nexus 6P (MDA89D)
Nexus 6P (MDB08K)
Nexus 6
Nexus Player
Nexus 9 LTE
Nexus 9 WiFi
Nexus 5 GSM/LTE
Nexus 7 2013 Wi-Fi
Nexus 7 2013 Mobile

One Bad news for some nexus user and that is the Nexus 4, Nexus 7 2012 (both variants), and Nexus 10 will not make the jump to Marshmallow.

If you don’t want to wait, it’s relatively easy to flash a factory image. You can also manually flash the OTA zip files, which is the update file that would normally be pushed to your device from Google’s server. Wait as long as possible.

Patience is highly advised.

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