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News/ Info Android marshmallow

Discussion in 'Gadgets, Mobiles and Technology' started by challengewriter, Dec 12, 2015.

  1. challengewriter

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    Android Marshmallow 6.0 is the new OS for top-notch Android based phones, that would be out to the public latest early 2016. It is going to be a step up from Android Lollipop 5.0 as it makes UI more simple and is simpler to navigate and a lot new features, that will prove beneficial, especially with it's security the update as implemented new security measures that protects it's owner from scams, hacking and frauds.
     
  2. Aires

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    I hope they will now include command line interface on that OS.
     
  3. Mihailo

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    Android 6.0 is good release. I just don"t like that it is the same like android Lollipop. They have added a "permission remover" - you can remove the permission that you don"t like on some apps. They have improved security, that is a big plus. Also, when you wipe android device, you will not delete the password!
     
  4. challengewriter

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    I think they are just trying to stay sweet . Permission remover in what sense? Like the apps you download or the apps they have put on your phone you can in unistall them? I like the new security features, hopefully in general the security is very strong.
     
  5. ipol12

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    Right now, I am still using Android Jellybean. I want to try other Android versions like Kitkat, Lollipop and of course the latest one, Marshmallow, so I can compare the differences. I do hope that in the new version, security would be the foremost consideredto incorporate in this version, which is lacking in the old Android versions.
     
  6. challengewriter

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    I like lollipop I find it cool and sweet to use, like it's name. It gives the phone a fantastic look and feel, so I suggest you change to it as soon as possible, cause it is worth it.
     

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