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Lenovo has started rolling out the android 6.0 marshmallow update to it’s A7000 users in India.

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Lenovo has started rolling out the android 6.0 marshmallow update to it’s A7000 users in India. the update is available over-the-air, if you want to manually check for the update head over to Settings > About Phone > System Update. The size of the update is 1.3GB in size, before downloading the update make sure that your phone is fully charged or connected to the charging plug. It is recommended that you’re connected to a good Wi-Fi reception before downloading the update.


As per user reports via PhoneRadar the Lenovo A7000 is receiving the new update with build number A7000-a_S153_151127_ROW_TO_A7000-a_S223_160405_ROW.

Lenovo A7000 Android 6.0 Marshmallow Changelog:

Contextual Assistance
• Now on Tap: get assistance without having to leave what you’re doing—whether you’re in an app or on a website. Just touch and hold the home button.

• Do more with your voice. Now you can have a dialogue with any of your apps that support the new voice interaction service. For example, if a user says “play some music on TuneIn,” TuneIn will respond by asking “What genre?”

• Direct Share: a fast and easy way to share to the right person in the right app.

• Doze: when your device is at rest, Doze automatically puts it into a sleep state to increase your standby battery life.

• App Standby: no more battery drain from seldom used apps; App Standby limits their impact on battery life so your charge lasts longer.

• USB Type C support: Quickly transfer power and data all through the same cable. Lightning fast charging gives you hours of power in just minutes.

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Privacy & Security
• On an Android Marshmallow device, apps designed for Android Marshmallow only ask for permission right when it’s needed. You can deny any permission and still continue to use the app.

• Advanced controls to turn permissions on or off for all your installed apps.

• Verified boot: when your Android device boots up, it will warn you if the firmware and Android operating system have been modified from the factory version.

• Use fingerprint sensors to unlock your device, make purchases in Google Play, authenticate transactions in apps, and pay in stores

Android Runtime (ART)
• Improved application performance and lower memory overhead for faster multi-tasking.

• Bluetooth™ stylus support, including pressure sensitivity and modifier keys.

• Improved typesetting and text rendering performance.

• Smarter text selection, built-in undo/redo, and text actions closer to your fingers.

• Text selection actions such as a new Translate option that lets you translate text from one language

System usability improvements
App links: enables installed apps to automatically handle their web URLs so you can jump right into the app, rather than the mobile web site, as appropriate.

• Easily toggle and configure Do Not Disturb from quick settings.

• If someone calls you twice within 15 minutes, you can choose to allow the call to ring through while Do Not Disturb is enabled.

• Use automatic rules to enable Do Not Disturb for as many custom time blocks as you like or around events on your calendar.

• Simplified volume controls allow you to manage notification, music, and alarm volumes easily from anywhere with the touch of your volume keys.

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• Streamlined Settings let you manage an app’s settings all in one place, from battery and memory usage, to notifications and permissions controls.

• Google Now Launcher app list refreshed with search, fast alphabetic scrolling, and App Suggestions.

• More power efficient Bluetooth Low Energy scanning for nearby beacons and your accessories.

• Hotspot 2.0: Connect to compatible Wi-Fi networks seamlessly and securely.

• Bluetooth SAP: Make calls from your carphone using your phone’s SIM.

• Portable Wi-Fi hotspot now supports 5GHz frequency bands.

Expandable storage
Flex Storage: makes using SD cards or external storage devices as encrypted expanded storage for your apps and games on Android Marshmallow a whole lot easier.

Device setup and migration
• Say “OK Google, set up my device” to transfer your accounts, apps and data to a new device.

• During setup wizard you can add an additional personal or corporate email account (e.g., IMAP).

• Auto backup for Apps: seamless app data backup and restore.

• Backup/restore of additional system settings such as your Sync settings, preferred apps, Do Not Disturb settings, Accessibility settings and enabled IMEs.

MIDI support: create, consume, and perform music using your Android device with USB MIDI devices, MIDI over Bluetooth LE, and software-based MIDI devices.

Android is now available in 74+ languages with 6 new additions: Azerbaijani, Gujarati, Kazakh, Albanian, Urdu, and Uzbek.

Android for Work
• When receiving calls or viewing past messages, you can now see the full work contact details even if you’re not logged into your work profile.

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• Work status notification: A status bar briefcase icon now appears when you’re using an app from the work profile and if the device is unlocked directly to an app in the work profile, an alert is displayed notifying the user.

• VPN apps are now visible in Settings > More > VPN. Additionally, the notifications that VPNs use are now specific to whether that VPN is configured for a work profile or the entire device.

*Some features varies device to device as per require hardware*

Lenovo K3 note was the first device to get Android 6.0 Marshmallow update in the line of lenovo smartphone devices and now Lenovo A7000 also join the party. Last year, Lenovo claimed that they sell 1 million 4G enabled smartphones devices in India including the Lenovo A7000 smartphone and some other Lenovo devices.

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