Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge Android 6.0 Marshmallow Beta Program begins
It seems that Samsung has learned its lesson after reports of bugs and errors caused by Lollipop updates for some of its users. As a result, the company has started an Android Marshmallow campaign intended to provide best experience of upcoming firmware updates. For that, the company will start collecting feedback from the users participating in its public beta testing program.
While many other manufacturers have already started feeding Marshmallow updates to their smartphones, Samsung’s devices re still waiting for the update. According to reports, Samsung plans to seed the update to several of its devices including Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge which will be the first Samsung devices to taste the Marshmallow.
Therefore, Samsung has called for S6 and S6 Edge users to participate in its beta testing program. Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge users who participate in the program will start getting the latest Marshmallow builds from today and the program will last until January 18. With this beta testing program Samsung hopes to test upcoming Android build better and faster.
However, the program is not available for all S6 and S6 Edge users unless you are in its home country and your device is hooked up on KT and LGU+ carriers. I think Samsung should start even wider beta testing program, that will enable the company test new build even faster and deliver even better builds based on feedback from its vast Android user base. Anyway, if you want to participate in the program, download the Galaxy Care app from the Play Store and follow the instructions.
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