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Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow is wanted on all mobile devices running on Lollipop. Unfortunately, not all of them will receive the latest update and it’s very frustrating for users who are waiting for a sign from their carriers or the manufacturers of their smartphones/tablets that Marshmallow will be available for them. At this point, three other devices are getting Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, and they are Sony’s Xperia M5, and M4 Aqua and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S2 tablet connected to T-Mobile.

When Google has launched the Android N Developer Preview as part of the new Android Beta Program, Sony has included its Xperia Z3 on the list of eligible handsets that can test out the upcoming operating system. In parallel, the Japanese company has continued to roll out the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow to more and more Xperia models and the latest ones that re now receiving this firmware are the Xperia M4 Aqua (both single and dual SIM variants) and the Xperia M5. The later is getting the build number 26.3.A.0.131 of Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, while the firmware for both variants of the Xperia M4 Aqua brings the build number to 26.3.A.0.131. Owners of these devices will receive the update gradually, as it comes over-the-air, but they can manually check for it by going to Settings > System > About device.

The same update will be available for T-Mobile’s Galaxy Tab S2 tablet, as well. The American carrier is pushing out the latest firmware of T817TUVU2BPF1 to the Model SM-T817T and the installation file weighs in at 1022MB. Before downloading the file, it’s important to connect to a wireless network with a string internet connection, and to make sure that the battery has at least 80 percent juice left.

On the other hand, AT&T is rolling out the latest Security Updates to Samsung’s Note 5, which brings the software version of MMB29K. N920AUCS2BPG1, and which also contains security patches. The July security update has been also included and the file has a total size of 22.6 MB.