Asus Zenfone 2 finally gets Android Marshmallow
Although most Zenfone 2 users are happy with their handsets, they all have to face the same problem - Asus' slowness when it comes to updating the software/firmware for its devices. Back in February, the company promised that the Zenfone 2 would get Marshmallow by the end of June. Now, Android 6.0 is finally hitting this popular family of mid-range devices.
As everyone should know by now, Android Marshmallow comes with Google Now on Tap, Doze mode, granular app permissions, various improvements to notifications and the interface, as well as minor tweaks and fixes. However, Asus also removed no less than 21 bloatware apps from the new firmware, including Omlet, Google Play Books, Jawbone Up, Mirror, Data Transfer, Yahoo Shopping, Zinio, and more. On the other hand, a few new apps will be pre-loaded, including Instagram and Facebook Messenger.
The version number of the new firmware is 220.127.116.11, but the package can be downloaded manually from Asus.com as well.
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