This is when your HTC smartphone will get Android 6.0

By Scorpus
Dec 14, 2015
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  1. An upgrade schedule for most of HTC's current generation Android devices has leaked, revealing how soon you'll get an update to Android 6.0 'Marshmallow'. Unfortunately, for the majority of devices out there, you'll be waiting a while to get your hands on the latest version of Android.

    HTC's highest-end handsets will get Android 6.0, accompanied by Sense 7.0, first, starting with the HTC One M9 in "Late December 2015". The HTC One A9 shipped with Android 6.0 on-board, but will receive Android 6.0.1 in "Early Q1 2016".

    Most other handsets will get Android 6.0 or 6.0.1 no later than Q2 2016, although which version you get will depend on the handset. Some devices will be upgraded straight to Android 6.0.1 from Android 5.0.2 or 5.1, while others will get Android 6.0 while HTC evaluates an upgrade to 6.0.1.

    The full upgrade scheduled for confirmed updates, taken from the chart above and listed from soonest to latest, is as follows:

    • HTC One M8: Android 6.0 already rolling out
    • HTC One M9: Android 6.0 in Late December 2015; 6.0.1 in Q1 2016
    • HTC One A9: Android 6.0.1 in Early Q1 2016
    • HTC One E8, One M9+, ME, Supreme: Android 6.0 in Q1 2016
    • HTC Butterfly 3: Android 6.0.1 in Q1 2016
    • HTC One M8s, Desire 816, Desire 526: Android 6.0 in Q2 2016
    • HTC Butterfly 2, Desire 826, Desire 820, Desire 626: 6.0.1 in Q2 2016
    • HTC Desire Eye: 6.0.1 in "evaluation" stage
    • HTC One M7: Not getting Android 6.0

    Android 6.0 updates might be coming to some devices earlier than the dates listed above. One example of this is the One A9, which HTC has already confirmed publicly will receive Android 6.0.1 this month (at least for unlocked handsets). Either way, most devices will receive Marshmallow before July next year, except the company's almost three-year-old One M7.

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  2. insect

    insect TS Evangelist Posts: 349   +132

    Assuming you're willing to unlock the bootloader and install a custom one (I.e, TWRP) - you can update now using Google Play Edition (GPE) ROMS. They've been out since about a week after Google announced 6.0.

    Head over to XDA for how-to's.

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