ASUS ZenFone 2 ZE551ML and ZE550ML receives the update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow

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ASUS has started to send the update to Android 6.0 for the two marshmallow Zenfone 2 more distinctive, with Intel processors and 4GB of RAM

After Zenfone 2 Laser and Zenfone Max, Asus started the upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow process even on ZE551ML and ZE550ML models of Zenfone 2 family . The update is performed via OTA (over-the-air), and then directly from the smartphone and incrementally than the software already installed. The download weighs approximately 1,1GB, with the update that introduces new features such as Doze, Now on Tap, and a newpermit system.Zenfone 2

It is that we originally saw in the stock version of Android 6.0 Marshmallow released by Google and it came with some delay also in third-party devices. The two Zenfone 2 were released last year with Android 5.0 Lollipop and were characterized by an excellent value for money and for the presence of Intel CPU and 4GB of RAM on devices that cost a fraction compared to the more famous top of the range.

Sure, there were defects, such as an improved quality of materials and a battery life subdued. The new update should correct the latter thanks to Doze, a feature that allows you to more efficiently manage the applications that reside in the background, which consequently will impact less on battery power when not in use. Now On Tap it allows you to get information about items on the screen, while the new permissions should provide additional protection for the privacy of users.

The update is already available to the public and the roll-out should end in the next few days, or at most a few weeks. Users will receive an update notification of arrival on the phone screen and will have to press the Download button to begin the procedures. Once you download the installation package (about 1,1GB, as we wrote above), you must manually restart the device to apply all the news. At this point the operation is completely automated, and Marshmallow automatically when you next reboot.

If the notification is hard to get, you can also manually check the availability of the software to your device from the Settings, checking the arrival of new updates. I finally impatient can download and install it manually, but it is a procedure recommend that only experienced users who know all the difficulties and dangers of the execution of such operations.

 

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