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Top Main Android M Features!

Manoj Reddy Pannala

Google has unveiled the latest dessert label for its mobile operating system, Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The final preview of the software has been posted and now all we have to do is wait for the official release, which should come along with the new Nexus device(s).

All manufacturers out there are getting ready to make their respective updates when the time comes. Let’s check it out!

Top main features of Android 6.0 Marshmallow

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Check The Video Out By Techno Buffalo which gives the quick review of the Developer Preview 3 in Nexus 5

 

Source : Google Developers

Image Source : Slideshare

 

 

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Manoj Reddy Pannala

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2 Comments

  • anyone who has used Marshmallow knows that the new directshare “feature” is a disgrace and an accident waiting to happen.

    After a lag just long enough to encourage an accidental selection, it pushes your most commonly used sharing apps out of view in favor of recent sms contacts, regardless of whether you have ever shared anything with them or whether you have ever shared anything via sms, ever.

    There is no way to disable this bug.. oops… feature.

    To far it is the worst thing about Marshmallow and pisses me off several times a day.

    Eternal vigilance is required or you will find yourself sharing that questionable content with your significant other or your boss.

    Google, please. Do you call this feature, “intents”? You obviously haven’t got a clue.

    • Yeah this has been issue in the CM13.0 and the CM team reported that they have fixed this bug in there alpha sources. So lets see you’ll fix this bug soon CM or Google.

      Thanks for the comment, John Lane

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