Poll shows that around half the people interested in tech sites are using marshmallow
But in other way, what the diffrence give u an update? Almost nothing. Its stil the same old phone, that was ultra fast in stock *out of the box* soft and after all of this *super* updates now is slow and laggish, and it say you whispering - buy a new one....
AnonD-442781, 05 Jun 2016When rooting in the past it was mainly to get certain features. I've only done it twice, and I... moreActually, rooting is not as difficult as before, especially if mane people in XDA is using the model of your phone. The trick is that, to find a phone with healthy support of custom ROM. Once you have a rooting phone, applying and updating custom ROM is very easy, and you don't even need a PC.
I have an Ascend P7 and with an operator so the lollipop distribution actually took 4 months longer to arrive than it would have done had the device been bought on the open market, as everyone knows Huawei still has not mentioned whether or not they intend to update the device to marshmallow even though the device was made during the same time frame as other high tier smartphones like the LG G3 & S Galaxy S5 which today are now running Marshmallow. Being able to choose what information or systems an application has access to is very important to me as I will not install an application which in my oppinion, oversteps it's boundaries.