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Thursday, 20 October 2016

Click here to download Skype Latest Version Offline Installer

For people who would like to get an offline copy to install on multiple computers,

Skype Latest Version Offline Installer:
Just use the link you will be redirected to the page where you can download the offilne installer
the Complete and offline installer is here:

:happy: Good luck and Thanks for passing by.

Tuesday, 18 October 2016

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Saturday, 15 October 2016

How not to make money on youtube.com - 100% solution - Irony

If you are thinking about how to make money online via YouTube video marketing than please follow step by step guide mention below. Many people ask this question how to make money with videos online and answer is very simple. You can either earn with video impression by using Adsense as your monetization method or just promote your affiliate products. Of course for this you have to create unique and copyright safe videos so that more and more people visit and share your stuff. Otherwise you will be in the middle of no where and like many other people leave this field for ever. So it’s better to spend some time learning new things and work on your skill rather than complaining your luck.

Step by Step YouTube Video Marketing Guide

1. First of all you need to make sure that all your videos start with professional looking promo, don’t worry if you don’t know how to create these promos because there are tons of free promos are already on internet for you. Just visit the Videoblocks.com website and find the stuff you like most or fits with your content criteria.
2. Now it’s time for you to find some Royalty free images from this link and just type this keyword in Google and you will find tons of free websites. After finding the website it’s time for you to search images related to your video work and save them on your computer hard-drive.
3. Third and most important thing you will need in order to create and edit videos is Camtasia Studio which is also available for free from official website.
4. Fourth thing you will need is Audio Video Spinner software which will make your life easier. This software has built in sound effects of computer generated actual actors with natural human voice.
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Now that you have all the tools required it’s time for you to create an account on Clickbank(affiliate account) so that you can promote other people products and earn some commission. After creating account you need to search the site for products which not very common and popular(because you will face less competition). You can any time use Google Keyword Planner Tool to find the low competition keywords so that you can create videos against each and every keyword.
After creating your videos you have done only the half job. Next job for you is to upload these videos on video sharing websites like YouTube, Dailymotion, Vimeo, Tune.pk, Playit.pk etc. All you need to do is to add your affiliate link(created via clickbank) in the description of videos and put keywords in title, description and tags.

After uploading videos on all sites share it on all your social media accounts like Facebook, Twitter etc with your friends. After few days you will see your video ranked higher in search engine and in videos sharing sites as well. You will see people visit your video and some of them will like and some will dislike so keep in touch with them by answering to their questions. This is very important because people will revisit your channel again and share it with their friends as well resulting in increasing your channel traffic.

Wednesday, 12 October 2016

GLO Data Plans | Get 10GB For N2500, 2GB For N1000 & 6 plus

To use Glo's 4G LTE service, you would need to upgrade your sim card to a 4G LTE sim card and you need to also make sure that your mobile phone or modem supports 4G LTE bands in Nigeria. Purchasing a GLO 4G LTE data plan is simple. Simply dial *777# and select 4G LTE Data Services then choose your preferred plan.
The 4G LTE Monthly Plans and the existing 3G Monthly plans are similar in terms of price and data allowance but there's no word from Glo yet if subscribers of the 3G data plans can access 4G LTE data if they have a 4G LTE enabled smartphone. Source


To be able to browse on the GLO network, load the required credit for the plan you want to subscribe to then text ACTIVATE to 127 and wait for the confirmation message asking you to choose a plan.
Once you get the confirmation code, ignore the text and text the appropriate code for your desired plan to 127 depending on which plan you want. You can also dial the code directly as shown below.

Glo Daily Data Plans

Plan Name Price (N) Data Volume Validity SMS to 127 USSD Code
Always Day 500 195MB 1 Day 10 *127*3#
Instant Surf 100 20MB 1 Day 51 *127*51#
Smallie 200 50MB 3 Days 56 *127*56#

Glo Weekly Data Plans

Plan Name Price (N) Data Volume Validity SMS to 127 USSD Code
One Week 400 65MB 7 Days 52 *127*52#
Big Week 500 150MB 7 Days 57 *127*57#

Glo Monthly Data Plans

Plan Name Price (N) Data Volume Validity SMS to 127 USSD Code
Always Micro 1,000 3.2GB 30 Days 53 *127*53#
My Phone 2,000 7.5GB 30 Days 55 *127*55#
So Special 2,500 10GB 30 Days 58 *127*58#
Always Macro 3,000 12GB 30 Days 54 *127*54#
N4,000 Plan 4,000 18GB 30 Days 59 *127*59#
Always Min 5,000 24GB 30 Days 11 *127*2#
Always Max 8,000 48GB 30 Days 12 *127*1#
Silver 10,000 11GB 30 Days 15 *127*11#
Gold 15,000 60GB 30 Days 16 *127*12#
Platinum 18,000 90GB 30 Days 17 *127*13#
Are you out of data before end of your validity? Buy extra topup data for the remaining days of your validity period. Here's how it works, dial *777#, Select 1 (Data services), Select 1 (Buy data), Select 6 (Data Booster) then select 1 for boosting daily and weekly plans with 300MB for N200 OR select 2 for boosting monthly plans with 1GB for N1000. Enjoy

Glo Flexi Data Plans

Plan Price (N) Data Volume Validity SMS to 127 USSD Code
Night 200 1GB 1 day (12am – 5am) 60 *127*60#
Weekend 500 3GB 7 days (Weekend – Saturday 12 amSunday 11.59pm & Nights 12 am – 5pm) 61 *127*61#
G 100 6,000 4GB 100 Hrs or 30 days 20 *127*5#
G 300 15,000 12GB 300 Hrs or 3 Months 21 *127*4#
G-Leisure 5,000 4GB 8 AM to 9 PM – daily + All day on Weekends 30 *127*7#
G-Work 6,000 4GB 8 AM to 9 PM 31 *127*6#

NOTE: Data was culled from Globacom Data Plans (Glo Bolt).
UPDATE 3rd January, 2016: Globacom seems to be releasing new data plans with better data allowance frequently these days. To get in on the latest plans, simply dial *777# on your mobile device.


APN: gloflat
Username: flat
Password: flat
Phone number (If Required): *99#


Home Address: http://wap.gloworld.com
Access Point (APN): gloflat
Username: flat
Password: flat


NOTE: This is a tip from one of you guys so I'm not really sure if it works or not. If it does work for you, do please let us know by leaving a comment.
To get all Glo Settings sent to to your handset, simply text ALL leave a space and type your phone's model to 1234. Example: ALL NokiaE5. The settings will be sent to you within a few minutes. From the settings sent, make sure Glo Mobile Internet Access Point is set as your default connection as that is the setting that seems to work with Glo's internet plans.
You can also text gloflat to 1234 to get Gloflat Internet Settings on your phone


By default, Glo sometimes renews your data plan automatically. If you wish to end your subscription to a particular Glo internet plan, simply text CANCEL to 127.


If your phone is not showing the gprs/edge/3G sign on your glo line, you will not be able to browse with it. To enable these connections simply text ACTIVATE to 127.


To check how many gigabytes or megabytes you have left on your glo internet monthly subscription and when your plan will eventually expire, simply text INFO to 127 or dial *777#.
Feel free to leave a comment below if you need assistance in any way. Cheers Winking smile.

Read more at: http://naijaknowhow.com/blog/glo-data-plans-10gb-for-n2500-2gb-for-n1000/

How to check data balance on Glo

Just dial *127*0#

Glo manual configuration for windows phone and other phones

APN: glowap
Username: wap
Password: wap
Proxy: no proxy
Port: no port
Ip type: IPv4v6

Sunday, 9 October 2016

how to turn on access for less secured apps for gmail

Go to : https://myaccount.google.com/security?utm_source=OGB&pli=1#signin

Allow less secure apps: ON
Some non-Google apps and devices use less secure sign-in technology, which could leave your account vulnerable. You can turn off access for these apps (which we recommend) or choose to use them despite the risks.

Emzy - Baby_Girl

Here comes the new single from the stable of an Iconic Musician.
This guy killed this beat without mercy.

how to save audio files from whatsapp in windows phone

There is one option to extract that Audio File from WhatsApp now.
WhatsApp, in their new update, now offers Web Platform and we can see & open all our Chats, Audio, Video on Browser of our computer.

What we can do is,
1. Open WhatsApp on Web Browser on your PC
2. Go to the Chat where Audio is received.
3. Click Play Button (This will again open Player Screen with small Player-bar and Down Arrow Button on the Upper Right Corner)
4. Click Download Button
5. Save the Audio File on your PC
That's it.

The Strange Part : The downloaded File is saved in .m4a format which is new for me but it opens in Windows Media Player.

Friday, 7 October 2016

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Thursday, 6 October 2016

Funny video: Igba Nkwu Animation - Igbo tradinational Marriage in Nigeri...

This is a short animated comedy video for the requirements of Igbo traditional marriage in Nigeria.
Credit to: Area
Titled: #Watch #video: Igba Nkwu - #Igbo #tradinational #Marriage #comedy - #9jaBoomBox

Story of my life


*Frank*: my paddy

*Me* : boss

*Frank*: Did U receive my SMS?

*Me*: The one U said I should lend U 50k

*Frank*: yeah

*Me*: I no see am oooo


Wednesday, 5 October 2016


1st October is a day of celebration for us Nigerians. On this day, 56 years ago our people achieved the most important of all human desires – freedom and independence. We should all, therefore, give thanks and pray for our founding fathers without whose efforts and toil we would not reap the bounties of today.
I know that uppermost in your minds today is the economic crisis. The recession for many individuals and families is real. For some it means not being able to pay school fees, for others it’s not being able to afford the high cost of food (rice and millet) or the high cost of local or international travel, and for many of our young people the recession means joblessness, sometimes after graduating from university or polytechnic.
I know how difficult things are, and how rough business is. All my adult life I have always earned a salary and I know what it is like when your salary simply is not enough. In every part of our nation, people are making incredible sacrifices.
But let me say to all Nigerians today, I ran for office four times to make the point that we can rule this nation with honesty and transparency, that we can stop the stealing of Nigeria’s resources so that the resources could be used to provide jobs for our young people, security, infrastructure for commerce, education, and healthcare.
I ran for office because I know that good government is the only way to ensure prosperity and abundance for all. I remain resolutely committed to this objective.
I believe that this recession will not last.
Temporary problems should not blind or divert us from the corrective course this government has charted for our nation. We have identified the country’s salient problems and we are working hard at lasting solutions.
To re-cap what I have been saying since the inception of this administration, our problems are security, corruption and the economy, especially unemployment and the alarming level of poverty.
On Security, we have made progress. Boko Haram was defeated by last December – only resorting to cowardly attacks on soft targets, killing innocent men, women, and children.
Nigerians should thank our gallant men of the Armed Forces and Police for rescuing large areas of the country captured by insurgents. Now, residents in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa States, as well as several neighbouring states go about their daily business in relative safety. People can go to mosques, churches, market places in reasonable safety.
Commuters can travel between cities, towns, and villages without fear. Credit for this remarkable turn-round should go to our Armed Forces, the Police, various sponsored and private vigilante groups, the local traditional leaders. Security is a top to bottom concern and responsibility.
Besides Boko Haram, we are confronting other long-running security issues, namely herdsmen versus farmers, cattle rustling, and kidnappings. This Administration is firmly resolved to tackle these challenges and to defeat them.
A new insurgency has reared up its head in the shape of blowing up gas and oil pipelines by groups of Niger Delta Militants. This Administration will not allow these mindless groups to hold the country to ransom.
What sense is there to damage a gas line as a result of which many towns in the country including their own town or village is put in darkness as a result? What logic is there in blowing up an export pipeline and as a result income to your state and local governments and consequently their ability to provide services to your own people is reduced?
No group can unlawfully challenge the authority of the Federal Government and succeed. Our Administration is fully sympathetic to the plight of the good people of Niger Delta and we are in touch with the State Governments and leaderships of the region. It is known that the clean-up of the Ogoniland has started. Infrastructural projects financed by the Federal Government and post-amnesty programme financing will continue.
We have, however, continued to dialogue with all groups and leaders of thought in the region to bring lasting peace.
Corruption is a cancer which must be fought with all the weapons at our disposal. It corrodes the very fabric of government and destroys society. Fighting corruption is Key, not only to restoring the moral health of the nation but also to freeing our enormous resources for urgent socio-economic development.
In fighting corruption, however, the government would adhere strictly by the rule of law. Not for the first time I am appealing to the judiciary to join the fight against corruption.
The Third Plank in this Administration’s drive to CHANGE Nigeria is re-structuring the economy. Economies behavior is cyclical. All countries face ups and downs. Our own recession has been brought about by a critical shortage of foreign exchange. Oil price dropped from an average of hundred USD per barrel over the last decade to an average of forty USD per barrel this year and last.
Worse still, the damage perpetrated by Niger Delta thugs on pipelines sometimes reduced Nigeria’s production to below One million barrels per day against the normal two point two million barrels per day. Consequently, the naira is at its weakest, but the situation will stabilize.
But this is only temporary. Historically about half our dollar export earnings go to the importation of petroleum and food products! Nothing was saved for the rainy days during the periods of prosperity. We are now reaping the whirlwinds of corruption, recklessness, and impunity.
There are no easy solutions, but there are solutions nonetheless and Government is pursuing them in earnest. We are to repair our four refineries so that Nigeria can produce most of our petrol requirements locally, pending the coming on stream of new refineries. That way we will save ten billion USD yearly in importing fuel.
At the same time, the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and the Central Bank have been mobilized to encourage local production of rice, maize, sorghum, millet and soya beans. Our target is to achieve domestic self-sufficiency in these staples by 2018.
Already farmers in thirteen out of thirty six states are receiving credit support through the Central Bank of Nigeria’s Anchor Borrowers Programme. Kebbi state alone this year is expected to produce one million tonnes of locally grown rice, thanks to a favorable harvest this year. As part of the 13 states, Lagos and Ogun are also starting this programme. Rice alone for example costs Nigeria two billion USD to import.
The country should be self-sufficient in basic staples by 2019. Foreign exchange thus saved can go to industrial revival requirements for retooling, essential raw materials and spare parts. It is in recognition of the need to re-invigorate agriculture in our rural communities that we are introducing the LIFE programme.
The government recognizes that irrigation is key to modern agriculture: that is why the Ministries of Agriculture and Water Resources are embarking on a huge programme of development of lakes, earth dams, and water harvesting schemes throughout the country to ensure that we are no longer dependent on rain-fed agriculture for our food requirements.
In addition, the government is introducing Water Resources Bill encompassing the National Water Resources Policy and National Irrigation and Drainage Policy to improve management of water and irrigation development in the country. We are reviving all the twelve River Basin Authorities, namely;
  • Anambra –Imo
  • Benin –Owena
  • Chad Basin
  • Cross River
  • Hadejia – Jama’are
  • Lower Benue
  • Lower Niger
  • Niger Delta
  • Ogun – Osun
  • Sokoto – Rima
  • Upper Benue
  • Upper Niger
The intention is eventually to fully commercialize them to better support crop production, aqua –culture and accelerated rural development.
This Administration is committed to the revival of Lake Chad and improvement of the hydrology and ecology of the basin. This will tune in with efforts to rehabilitate the thirty million people affected by the Boko Haram insurgency in the Lake Chad basin countries.
The second plank in our economic revival strategy is centered on the Ministry of Power, Works, and Housing. The Ministry will lead and oversee the provision of the critical infrastructure of power, road transport network, and housing development.
Power generation has steadily risen since our Administration came on board from three thousand three hundred and twenty-four megawatts in June 2015, rising to a peak of five thousand and seventy-four megawatts in February 2016.
For the first time in our history, the country was producing five thousand megawatts. However, renewed militancy and destruction of gas pipelines caused an acute shortage of gas and constant drop in electricity output available on the grid.
There has been during the period June 2015 to September 2016 big improvement in transmission capacity from five thousand five hundred megawatts to the present seven thousand three hundred megawatts.
There were only two system collapses between June and December 2015, but due to vandalism by Niger Delta militants the over-all system suffered 16 system collapses between March and July 2016 alone. As I have said earlier, we are engaging with responsible leadership in the region to find lasting solutions to genuine grievances of the area but we will not allow a tiny minority of thugs to cripple the country’s economy.
In the meantime, the government is going ahead with projects utilizing alternate technologies such as hydro, wind, and solar to contribute to our energy mix. In this respect, the Mambilla Hydro project, after many years of delay is taking off this year. Contract negotiations are nearing completion with Chinese firms for technical and financial commitments.
The project is to be jointly financed by Nigeria and the Chinese-Export-Import Bank. In addition, fourteen Solar Power Projects have had their power purchase agreements concluded. Hence the plan to produce one thousand two hundred megawatts of solar electricity for the country would be realized on schedule.
And in line with the objective of the government to complete all abandoned projects across the country, the Rural Electrification Agency’s projects needing completion are provided for in the 2016 Budget. Bringing electricity to rural areas will help farmers, small scale and cottage industries to integrate with the national economy.
Roads Construction and Rehabilitation has taken off. The sum of twelve billion naira was allocated to this sector in the 2015 Budget, not enough even to pay interest on outstanding unpaid claims.
Notwithstanding the budgetary constraints, the current budget allocated two hundred and forty billion naira for highway projects against twelve billion naira in 2015. Many contractors who have not been paid for three years have now remobilized to sites. Seven hundred and twenty point five billion naira has so far been released this budget year to capital projects.
The Ministry of Power, Works and Housing has received one hundred and ninety-seven point five billion naira. Work on the following highways has now resumed:
  • Dualization of Calabar – Itu Road in Cross River/Akwa Ibom States
  • Dualization of Lokoja – Benin Road,Ehor – Benin city, Edo State
  • Reconstruction of outstanding sections of Benin – Shagamu Expressway, Edo/Ogun States
  • Expansion works on Lagos – Ibadan Dual carriageway, Ogun/Oyo States
  • Rehabilitation of Onitsha – Enugu Expressway, Anambra/Enugu States
  • Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Enugu – Port Harcourt Dual carriageway,
  • Abia/Rivers States
  • Rehabilitation of Hadejia – Nguru Road, Jigawa State
  • Dualization of Kano – Katsina Road, Kano State
  • Dualization of Kano – Maiduguri Road, Borno State
  • Dualization of Azare – Potiskum Road,Azare – Sharuri Road, Bauchi State
  • Rehabilitation of Ilorin –Jebba – Mokwa – Birnin Gwari Road, Kwara State
  • Construction ofOju/Lokoja – Oweto Bridge over River Benue, Benue State
Other major highways are in the queue for rehabilitation or new construction.
Already contractors have recalled about nine thousand workers laid off and Government expects that several hundreds of thousands of workers will be reengaged in the next few months as our public works programme gains momentum.
On railways, we have provided our counterpart funding to China for the building of our standard gauge Lagos -Kano railway. Meanwhile, General Electric is investing two point two billion USD in a concession to revamp, provide rolling stock, and manage the existing lines, including the Port Harcourt-Maiduguri Line. The Lagos-Calabar railway will also be on stream soon.
We have initiated the National Housing Programme. In 2014 four hundred million naira was voted for Housing. In 2015 nothing. Our first budget this year is devoting thirty-five point six billion naira. Much of the house building will be private – sector led but Government is initiating a pilot housing scheme of two thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight units uniformly spread across the 36 states and FCT.
We expect these units to be completed within 4 – 6 months. These experimental Nigeria House model Units will be constructed using only made in Nigeria building materials and components. This initiative is expected to reactivate the building materials manufacturing sector, generate massive employment opportunities and develop sector capacity and expertise.
The programmes I have outlined will revive the economy, restore the value of the naira and drive hunger from our land.
Abroad, Nigeria’s standing has changed beyond belief in the last 18 months. We are no longer a pariah state. Wherever I go, I have been received with unaccustomed hospitality. Investors from all over the world are falling over themselves to come and do business in Nigeria. This government intends to make the business environment more friendly because we cannot develop ourselves alone.
All countries, no matter how advanced, welcome foreign investments to their economy. This is the essence of globalization and no country in the 21st century can be an island. Our reforms are therefore designed to prepare Nigeria for the 21st century.
Finally, let me commend Nigerians for your patience, steadfastness, and perseverance. You know that I am trying to do the right things for our country.
Thank you, and may God bless our country.

Tuesday, 4 October 2016

How to get Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates roundup – September 21, 2016

by: Bogdan PetrovanSeptember 21, 2016
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Android 6.0 Marshmallow is here, and now the waiting game is on. “When will my phone get the Marshmallow update?” ask countless Android fans, and for good reason: while phone makers are doing a better job at keeping their devices up to date, the process is still lengthy and opaque. Worse, many models will inevitably be left behind. We’re here to shed some light on the issue.
In this post, which will be updated frequently, we are rounding up all the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update news, so you can get a good picture of what to expect.

Before we start

The release of Android updates for most devices is a complex process, involving Google, chip makers, device makers, and carriers. With so many players, and so many things that could go wrong, you should expect delays, slow rollouts, botched releases, and generally a lot of variation based on your specific model, your region, and your carrier.
Just because your phone or tablet isn’t listed here, it doesn’t mean that it won’t be updated. OEMs occasionally change their minds. In other cases, the lists that they put out are non-final.
Patience is advised.
android 6.0 marshmallowSee also: Android 6.0 Marshmallow – New features explained58

Nexus Marshmallow update

Google released the initial Android 6.0 factory images for Nexus devices on October 5. These images can be flashed manually, allowing you to bypass a potentially lengthy wait for the OTA update.
The following Nexus devices are receiving Marshmallow updates:
  • Nexus 6P
  • Nexus 5X
  • Nexus 6
  • Nexus Player
  • Nexus 9 LTE
  • Nexus 9 WiFi
  • Nexus 5
  • Nexus 7 2013 WiFi
  • Nexus 7 2013 Mobile
The Nexus 4, Nexus 7 2012 (either variant), and Nexus 10 will not be updated to Marshmallow.
If you don’t want to wait, it’s relatively easy to flash a factory image following our guide:
You can also manually flash the OTA zip files, which are the update files that would normally be pushed to your device from Google’s servers. Note that in order to correctly install the update, your device must be running the firmware version mentioned in the link.
The latest factory images and OTA links are listed below.

Rollout underway

Nexus 6P

Nexus 5X

Pixel C

Nexus 6

Nexus Player

Nexus 9 LTE

Nexus 9 WiFi

Nexus 5

Nexus 7 2013 WiFi

Nexus 7 2013 Mobile

Android One Marshmallow update

Like Nexus phones, all Android One devices are supposed to receive fast Android updates straight from Google. OTA download files for various Android One phones sold in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Philippines, and Nepal are available below. You will need to be on the LMY48M version of Lollipop in order to install these updates.
If you’re looking for full Android 6.0 factory images, we have the following:
To flash these images, you can follow our manual installation guide.
On November 22, an over the air update to version 6.0.1 of Android began hitting some Android One devices. The update appears to be a bug fixing release.

Samsung Marshmallow update

Samsung has announced the kick-off of its Marshmallow update campaign on February 15. The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge were the only devices officially confirmed to receive the update, but the following devices are rumored to receive Android 6.0 Marshmallow:
  • Galaxy S5
  • Galaxy S5 LTE-A
  • Galaxy S5 neo
  • Galaxy S6
  • Galaxy S6 Edge
  • Galaxy S6 Edge+
  • Galaxy Note 4
  • Galaxy Note Edge
  • Galaxy Note 5
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S2
These are all obvious candidates for an upgrade, so we’re pretty that Marshmallow will eventually become available for most versions of these devices.
Samsung has an infographic listing some of the features coming in its Marshmallow update. For more details on what to expect from the Marshmallow update for the Galaxy S6, here’s our close look at the beta.

Rollout underway

Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

Samsung Galaxy S6

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus

Samsung Galaxy S6 Active

Samsung Galaxy Note 5

Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

Samsung Galaxy A9

Samsung Galaxy A5

Samsung Galaxy Tab A

Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo

  • June 28 – Europe: The Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo is receiving Marshmallow in several European countries.

Samsung Galaxy On7

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2

Samsung Galaxy Tab S

Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016)

Samsung Galaxy A7 (1st gen)

Samsung Galaxy A8

More info

December 4 – Hungary: A Galaxy Note 4 user in Hungary received Android 6.0 Marshmallow on his device. A screenshot gallery and hands-on video of Marshmallow on the Note 4 are available. The most notable feature spotted in this non-final firmware build is the new Air Command from the Note 5, as well as the ability to write on the screen when the phone is sleeping.
December 28: one lucky Galaxy S5 owner ended up receiving the update to Marshmallow, reportedly by mistake.
An alleged roadmap for the Marshmallow update for Samsung devices leaked out on March 2. While we can’t vouch for its authenticity, the leak claims the Galaxy Note 4, Note Edge will be updated in April, the Galaxy S5 in May, and the Galaxy Alpha in June.

LG Marshmallow update

October 6: According to a leaked T-Mobile update list, besides the LG G4, the LG G3 and G4 Stylo will also receive the update. Besides this, we can speculate that the recently announced V10 and the G Flex 2 will also be making the jump. We’re less optimistic about LG’s mid-rangers, including the Bello, Magna, Leon, and Spirit, though at least some of them can probably handle Marshmallow.

Rollout underway


  • October 15 – Poland: LG announced it would be the first OEM to roll out Android Marshmallow, with the LG G4 model sold in Poland to be first in line, with models in other “markets in Europe, Asia and the Americas” to follow.
  • November 4 – South Korea: The LG G4 models sold in South Korea began receiving the Marshmallow update.
  • November 29 – Europe & Taiwan: the Android 6.0 update reportedly became available in several European countries, via the LG Bridge PC sync software. These regions are: Portugal, Poland, Romania, GErmany, Spain, Turkey, UK, Croatia, Hungary, and Switzerland. The update is also available in Taiwan. Note that not all carrier versions are available. Even if you are not in one of these countries, it’s worth firing up LG Bridge to check for an update manually.
  • December 18 – US – Sprint: Sprint users of the LG G4 began receiving Marshmallow on December 18.
  • January 12 – US – US Cellular: Android 6.0 Marshmallow arrived to the LG G4 on US Cellular.
  • February 2 – Canada – Telus & Rogers: The Marshmallow update hit the G4 sold by Canadian carriers Telus and Rogers.
  • February 6 – US – T-Mobile: Marshmallow began trickling out for the G4 carried by T-Mobile.
  • February 9 – US – AT&T: The G4 sold by AT&T got Marshmallow on February 9.
  • February 16 – US – Verizon: The Big Red carrier released Marshmallow for the LG G4.


LG G Stylo

  • March 8 – US – T-Mobile: Android 6.0 arrived for the T-Mobile LG G Stylo.

LG V10

LG G Pad X

LG Magna

LG Spirit

Motorola Marshmallow update

Motorola has made a good name for itself in the Android community, thanks to its fast updates and focus on a smooth stock-like user experience. The Marshmallow rollout may change that positive perception though. It’s not that Motorola hasn’t been forthcoming about its plans; it’s the fact that those plans seemingly don’t include either version of the Moto E, the Moto X (2013), or some carrier versions of the Moto X (2014).
On December 9, it was revealed that Motorola would update certain versions of the Moto E (2015). Specifically, the update will roll out to the Snapdragon 410 powered versions in Canada, Latin America, Europe and Asia, excluding China. The US is not on the list where the update will be available.
Here are the Motorola devices officially confirmed to receive Marshmallow:
  • 2015 Moto X Pure Edition (3rd gen)
  • 2015 Moto X Style (3rd gen)
  • 2015 Moto X Play
  • 2015 Moto G (3rd gen)
  • Moto E (2015) – Snapdragon version
  • 2014 Moto X Pure Edition in the US (2nd gen)
  • 2014 Moto X in Latin America, Europe and Asia (2nd gen)
  • 2014 Moto G and Moto G with 4G LTE (2nd gen)
  • DROID Turbo
  • 2014 Moto MAXX
  • 2014 Moto Turbo
  • Nexus 6

Rollout underway

Moto X Pure (Style)

  • December 2 – International: Motorola announced that Moto X Pure (2015 edition) users in Moto’s feedback program have begun receiving the soak test Android 6.0 update. If all goes to plan, the update should hit the general population in a week from December 2.
  • December 9 – US – Verizon, AT&T, Sprint & U.S. Cellular: Motorola announced that Marshmallow is rolling out to Moto X Pure users on Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and U.S. Cellular.
  • December 9 – Latin America: The update is also coming to the Moto X Style in Latin America.

Moto X Play

Moto E (2015)

  • February 18 – India: The Moto E (2015) sold in India received its Android 6.0 update.

Moto G (2015) & Moto G Turbo

Droid Turbo 2

Droid Maxx 2

Moto X (2014)

Moto G (2014)

  • February 10 – India: The Moto G (2014) in India got Marshmallow from February 10.
  • March 1 – United States: The Moto G (2nd generation) got its upgrade to Android 6.0.

Moto 360 (2nd gen)

  • February 6 – International: How about some Marshmallow for your watch? Yup, Motorola send out the Android 6.0-based Android Wear update to the Moto 360 (2nd gen).

Moto Turbo

HTC Marshmallow update

HTC has revealed a tentative list of devices that will be updated to Android 6.0:
  • HTC One M8
  • HTC One M9+
  • HTC One E9+
  • HTC One E9
  • HTC One ME
  • HTC One E8
  • HTC One M8 EYE
  • HTC Butterfly 3
  • HTC Desire 826
  • HTC Desire 820
  • HTC Desire 816
After the launch of the One A9, HTC announced the unlocked version of the device will receive “every” Android update within 15 days from the time the update hits the Nexus devices. That’s a very bold promise, and hopefully it’s a sign of bigger things to come.

Rollout underway

HTC One M9

  • December 7 – International: Mo Versi revealed that the Marshmallow update would hit the unlocked version of the One M9 this month.
  • December 13 – Canada – Carrier models: It was revealed that Canadian carrier versions of the One M9 will get Marshmallow in early 2016.
  • December 24 – International: The HTC One M9 (unlocked models) would get its update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. 
  • January 17 – Canada – Rogers, SaskTel, VideoTron & Wind: HTC announced that Rogers, SaskTel, VideoTron, and Wind in Canada would see Android Marshmallow hit the One M9.
  • January 18 – UK: HTC announced the HTC One M9 would get its Android Marshmallow shortly.
  • February 6 – US – Sprint: HTC One M9 offered users the chance to update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
  • February 6 – US – Verizon: Big Red offered the Marshmallow update for the M9 on February 16.
  • April 30 – US – AT&T: HTC One M8 & M9 suffer Marshmallow roll-out delay on AT&T
  • May 12 – US – AT&T: The HTC One M9 and M8 receive the Marshmallow update at last

HTC One M8

HTC One A9

HTC Desire 816

  • March 4 – International: Marshmallow began hitting international Desire 816 models.
  • March 21 – International: The update is hitting dual-SIM versions of the device.

HTC Desire Eye

HTC One M8 Eye

HTC Desire 820

HTC One E8

Sony Marshmallow update

Sony has published an exhaustive list of devices it plans to update to Marshmallow, including all the likely candidates, including the latest Xperia Z5 series. Unfortunately, Sony won’t bring Marshmallow to the 2013 Xperia Z1 and Z1 Compact, as well as the older Xperia Z. On the flip side, at least there are a few mid-rangers on the list. Sony has also released AOSP resources and binaries for some of its devices, allowing the community to easily create custom ROMs.
As for the update itself, Sony is running a beta program with 10,000 users that we hope to learn more about soon.
Sony devices officially confirmed to get Marshmallow:
  • T Xperia Z5, Xperia Z5 Compact, and Xperia Z5 Premium
  • Xperia Z4 Tablet
  • Xperia Z3+, Xperia Z3, Xperia Z3 Compact, Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact
  • Xperia Z2, Xperia Z2 Tablet
  • Xperia M5, Xperia C5 Ultra, Xperia M4 Aqua and Xperia C4
A note for users of the Sony Xperia Z3+, Z4 Tablet, C4, C5 Ultra, M4 Aqua and M5: according to a Sony support page, these devices will jump straight to Android 6.0, skipping Android 5.1.1.
Here’s an official Sony video showcasing the features you can expect from the Marshmallow update for your Xperia device:

Beta program

Rollout underway

Sony Xperia Z5

  • March 3 – Japan: The Marshmallow update began rolling out to the Xperia Z5 in Japan.
  • March 7 – International: The Marshmallow update for the Xperia Z5 came through in more markets on March 7.
  • March 28 – Canada: Sony pulled the Marshmallow update it released for Canadian versions of the Xperia Z5 and Xperia Z5 Compact just three days before.

Sony Xperia Z3 Plus

  • March 7 – International: the update kicked off for the Xperia Z3 Plus.

Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet

Sony Xperia Z3 & Z3 Compact

Sony Xperia Z2

Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet

Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact

Sony Xperia M4 Aqua

Sony Xperia C5 Ultra

Sony Xperia C4

Huawei Marshmallow update

Huawei has a lousy record when it comes to releasing Android updates for its devices, but perhaps its involvement with the Nexus program will help nudge things along. The company announced in would bring Marshmallow to the following devices:
  • Huawei Mate S
  • Huawei Mate 7
  • Huawei P8
  • P8 Youth Edition
  • P8 Max
  • Maimagn 4
  • G7 Plus
  • G7
  • Honor 7
  • Honor 7i
  • Honor 6 Plus
  • Honor 6
  • Honor X2
  • Honor 4X
  • Honor Play 4C

Rollout underway

Huawei Mate 7

Honor 5X

Honor devices

  • October 28: The Honor team, which is technically autonomous inside Huawei, recently announced that a beta build of Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for the honor 7 will be made available in the following weeks.
  • December 4: Honor put up a form allowing honor users to sign up for the Marshmallow beta program. You can check the form here.
  • December 14: The Honor 7 Enhanced Edition launched with Marshmallow on board on December 14.
  • January 16: Honor announced that the 5X would receive Marshmallow and regular security patches, though no exact timeframe was given. Considering Huawei (and by extension, Honor) have a poor history with updates, this is a welcome announcement.
  • February 15: The Honor 7 will received the Marshmallow update within two weeks, honor announced.
  • March 27 – Europe: The Honor 7 is now receiving Marshmallow in European markets.
  • April 22 – Android Marshmallow heading to the Honor 5X ‘soon’

ZTE Marshmallow update

Like Huawei, ZTE is known for not caring about Android updates. It remains to be seen if this year will be any different. ZTE is looking for a breakthrough in the Western markets with the Axon line, so perhaps the Chinese giant will deem it necessary to bring Marshmallow to it, at the least.

Rollout underway

OnePlus Marshmallow update

OnePlus is in a tricky place: its first phone, the One, still runs Cyanogen OS, and theoretically, Steve Kondik’s outfit should deliver the Marshmallow update in the following months. The OnePlus 2, meanwhile, runs OnePlus’s own OS, Oxygen, and its development is led by former members of the Paranoid Android team.
November 16: OnePlus announced a timeframe for its devices updates:
  • The original OnePlus One will get Cyanogen OS 13 (from Cyanogen OS) in Q1 2016.
  • The semi-official Oxygen OS build for OnePlus One will be updated to Marshmallow when “time allows it.”
  • The OnePlus 2 will receive the update to the Marshmallow-based Oxygen OS version in Q1 2016.
  • No information was given about the Marshmallow update for the new OnePlus X.

Rollout underway

OnePlus 2

OnePlus One

OnePlus X

Asus Marshmallow update

Asus came out with a short list of devices that will get the Marshmallow update:
  • PadFone S (PF500KL)
  • ZenFone 2 (ZE550ML/ZE551ML)
  • ZenFone 2 Deluxe / Special Edition (ZE551ML)
  • ZenFone 2 Laser (ZE500KG/ZE500KL/ZE550KL/ZE600KL/ZE601KL)
  • ZenFone Selfie (ZD551KL)
Missing from the list are the original Zefone 4, 5, and 6, as well as other Asus devices from 2014.
February 27: Asus clarified that the devices from the above list will get Marshmallow from Q2 (April to June). The good news is Asus added two new devices to its update list: ZenFone Selfie and ZenFone Max. The company also specified that the update will see Asus’ own messenging, calendar, and mail app be replaced by Google’s respective apps.

Rollout underway

Asus ZenFone 2 Laser

Asus ZenFone Max

  • June 8 – International: Marshmallow arrived for the Asus Zenfone Max

Asus ZenFone Selfie

Asus ZenFone Zoom

Asus ZenFone 2

Lenovo Marshmallow update

Lenovo finally announced some of its Marshmallow plans on November 6, but the good news ends there. Lenovo only confirmed the update for a handful of devices, and the timeframe for the rollout is painfully long:
  • Lenovo A7000, A7000 Plus, and K3 Note – update expected by September 2016
  • Lenovo Vibe P1 and Vibe S1 – update expected by June 2016
On December 3, news about Lenovo’s Marshmallow plans surfaced online. The following devices are expected to receive Marshmallow:
  • K3 Note – March-April 2016
  • Vibe X3 – March-April 2016
  • Vibe P1 – March 2016
  • A7000 – April 2016
Rest of the world:
  • K3 Note – March 2016
  • A7000 – April 2016
  • Vibe P1  – May 2016
  • Vibe S1 – June 2016
  • Vibe X3 – July 2016
  • A7000+ – July 2016

Rollout underway

Lenovo K3 Note

Lenovo Vibe S1

Lenovo K4 Note

BlackBerry Marshmallow update

BlackBerry only released one Android device to date, and a fast Marshmallow update isn’t a priority for the company. The BlackBerry Priv will receive Android 6.0 “sometime into the new year.”

Nvidia Marshmallow update

Rollout underway

Nvidia Shield Tablet K1

  • November 17: Nvidia relaunched the Shield Tablet as the Shield Tablet K1. The revamped model runs Lollipop, just like its predecessor, but Nvidia promised an update to Android 6.0 “in the coming months.”
  • December 15: Nvidia showed off Android 6.0 Marshmallow running on the Shield Tablet K1. The update could roll out ahead of the holidays.
  • December 21: The Shield Tablet K1 Marshmallow update would arrive, though the older Shield tablet variant was not included in this rollout.

Original Nvidia Shield Tablet

Nvidia Shield Android TV

Xiaomi Marshmallow update

On December 4, Xiaomi’s MIUI operations manager announced on Weibo that Marshmallow would hit the Xiaomi Mi 4 and Xiaomi Mi Note “soon,” via an MIUI update.
June 2: Xiaomi’s Marshmallow-flavored MIUI 8 beta goes live

Rollout underway

Xiaomi Mi 4

Micromax & Yu Marshmallow update


Custom (unofficial) Marshmallow ROMs

When Android OEMs let us down, we all look up the developer community to pick up the slack, at least when it comes to Android updates. Unfortunately, the custom ROM scene is not as vibrant as it used to be, with only CyanogenMod left to carry the torch.