A lot of Android updates are now rolling out for Android 6 and 6.1, which means that a lot of people are starting to see updates that aren’t on the latest version of the OS.
One of the most popular apps for Android users is Google Photos, which has a lot to do with the Google Now API, so if you have a phone that’s running Android 6 or 6.2, you should be able to enjoy the new features that Google has brought to Android.
If you have an older device running Android 5.x or older, you may not be able do that.
One thing you can do is set your device to auto-update with the Android Marshmallow OS, which will keep your photos and videos up to date and automatically upload them to the cloud.
Google has already added an option to do this in the settings menu, but you can set it to auto update with Marshmallow for the first time, too.
Android Marshmaletal Update Options For Android 6 (and 7) Users If you’re on Android 6, you can choose to install the latest Android Marshmallows update, or you can download the update from Google and install it yourself.
In either case, you’ll want to choose a device that’s supported by Android 6 as well as Android 7.
You can install Android Marshmandal for your phone or tablet from the Play Store, and it’s available in the Google Play Store for all devices that have Android 6 on them.
Google is also planning to add Marshmallow to Android 8, but it’s unclear whether that’s going to happen with the Marshmallow Update for the Google Pixel.
We’ll update this article if we learn more.