By default, most smartphones today are powered by Google’s Android OS, which is free for most users.
However, if you want to run Android apps natively on your smartphone, you’ll need to shell out $99 for the latest version of Google’s operating system, which comes with a lot of bells and whistles.
But if you’re in the market for a smartphone, there’s a way to upgrade.
There are a few ways you can upgrade your Android phone to Android 6.0 Marshmallow without having to shell it out for a new phone.
First, if your Android smartphone is running Android Marshmallow and you’re planning on buying a new one, there are a number of ways you could upgrade your device.
There’s the traditional way, which will let you buy a device that’s not Android 6, but instead runs Android 7.1, and that’s the route I’m going to take here.
The next step is to buy an unlocked smartphone, which means you’re getting a phone with a custom kernel and custom ROM.
That’s a pretty expensive process, but it’s not too bad, and if you have an unlocked device, you can use that unlocked phone to install custom kernels on your device and have a device running Android 7 Marshmallow.
But that’s only half of the process.
Next up is the process of upgrading your phone to an Android 6+ Marshmallow device.
The first thing you’ll want to do is upgrade to an unlocked Android device, since most smartphones and tablets run Android 6 Marshmallow now.
You can do this with a few simple steps, which you’ll see in the following video.
The steps are as follows: Download and install the latest Android SDK and Google Play Services.
After you install these, go into the Settings app and scroll down until you find the Device Manager option.
Under the Device manager, click on “Devices” and then “Rooted Android device.”
This will take you to the Android SDK page, which has a bunch of options that you can select.
If you’re looking for an unlocked version of Android 6+, then select “Unlocked” from the list of options.
Select the “Root” option, and then click “Apply.”
Once the installation is complete, your Android device should reboot.
Once it reboots, you should see the following screen: Android version 6.1 is now installed.
You should see a notification saying that your Android 6 device is now rooted.
To make things easier, we’re going to show you how to perform a simple reboot.
When the device reboots and reboots again, it should see that the system has been updated to Marshmallow, and you should be able to install any custom kernels that you want.
If this is your first time running Marshmallow on a smartphone and you want a little bit of background before jumping into the process, check out our video below.
You’ll notice that the screen looks a bit different from when you first started out.
This is because we’ve made the process a little easier for you by removing some of the extra steps that you have to take to install an OS.
Once you’ve installed the Marshmallow OS on your Android, you’re ready to move onto the next step.
How to Upgrade your Android Phone to Marsh, Marshmallow