DROID Turbo 2 Android 6.0 Marshmallow Update In Progress

Verizon Wireless and Motorola are finally ready to roll out, perhaps, the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow software update for the DROID Turbo 2. again in March. But this week Motorola’s own staff approved The DROID Turbo 2 Android 6.0 Marshmallow update is here.

In October Motorola surprised many and announced the unbreakable and rugged DROID Turbo 2 for Verizon Wireless, making it available two days later. Now that we’ve seen almost all Moto X and G smartphones getting Android 6.0 and most LG, HTC and Samsung devices, Motorola and Verizon are moving to their joint devices.

December, February and March observations were delayed due to wetting tests, leaks or problems. Then the update came early for some Verizon employees using DROID Turbo 2. However, it became official towards the end of April. Approved by both Motorola and Verizon support pages.

It’s been a long time, filled with false promises, unfulfilled release dates, testing that took three or four months instead of 48 hours or more. For whatever reason, Verizon and Motorola had a hard time with this, and some users got it in March, but most didn’t. Whatever the reason, it doesn’t matter anymore because on April 26th it was finally announced and started to spread.

DROID Turbo 2 is Motorola and Verizon’s latest flagship smartphone. It has powerful high-end specs, a shatter-proof display, two-day battery life, and a pretty decent camera. However, it was released close to the announcement of Marshmallow, but was running the old version of Android 5.1 Lollipop.

On February 12, Verizon released the DROID Turbo 2 Android 6.0 update changelog and subsequently removed it from their website. Now it’s back and the March 1 release date has been changed to April 26. So get ready, DROID Turbo owners.

Above is a detailed breakdown of almost everything new and different with Android 6.0 Marshmallow. As a Motorola smartphone, it runs almost stock Android with a few minor changes. At first glance, everything may seem the same, but Android will be better, faster and safer after this update.

Droid Turbo 2 Impressions - 3

From improved security, performance, battery life with Doze, Google Now on Tap and more. This update will bring a few bug fixes as well as much needed improvements for Turbo 2 owners. Battery life was already great, but Doze will make it even better. Permission controls will keep devices more secure and Motorola has some changes there too. We hope the latest April security patch is included, but we can’t confirm that yet. Those who bought Marshmallow builds before will continue to receive it via the over-the-air update as it includes additional fixes and improvements.

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The changelog states that the “ambient display” mode has been removed and the phone will default to DROID Turbo, or the Moto Display technology loved in the Moto X. Also Mindful Display settings, Moto Assist probably has more options. some bloatware removed and other minor bug fixes we haven’t seen. We don’t have many details for now, but so far all Moto X owners are enjoying the latest update and the same great experience will apply to the Moto DROID Turbo 2. Expect the battery to last longer than usual (after a few days to adapt to the update) and an overall better smartphone experience. We’ve also heard that the first update fixes issues like WiFi bugs, battery drains, text message malfunctions, and more. It’s been a rough road for DROID Turbo 2 owners, but a fix has finally arrived.

Users can go to settings > about phone > and manually check for updates that are currently launching late. Wait for this or over-the-air update notification to reach the phone. It’s supposed to arrive on April 27, but it may take a few days to arrive for all users. We recommend that you use a WiFi connection and have at least 50% battery life before continuing. When the update arrives, leave a comment below about possible issues or how the update worked for you.

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