Google has unveiled the Android 6.0 Marshmallow recently putting an end to the long running guessing game of Android M code-name. It’s expected that the Android 6.0 Marshmallow would be released along with the most anticipated Nexus 5 2015 which is rumored to be released in September. Google also released the 3rd and final Android M developer preview for some of the Nexus devices. If you’re under the rock for some time, Marshmallow comes with some hyped features like native fingerprint support, Android pay, doze mode, granular permissions, USB type-C support and many more.
The new permissions framework in Android 6.0 will give a lot of control on app permissions to the users which will eventually reduce the security risks on private data in the device. More over, the native fingerprint and USB Type-C support are noteworthy features of Marshmallow. Google representatives have confirmed that this version concentrates more on the quality improvement and better functionality rather than new features.
Since it’s still a long way to the Android 6.0 market release, we will show you how to get the goodies from Android M on your device right now. Google has added some new wallpapers and boot animation in the final Android M preview image which is now available for other devices. If you haven’t seen our previous post on Android Marshmallow wallpapers, you can grab them from the below link.
Coming to the new boot animation, it looks a bit similar to the Lollipop boot animation except for the fact that it’s more vibrant and awesome. xdagee of XDA has made an APK file that will automatically install the Android Marshmallow boot animation on your device. However, you need to have a CyanogenMod based ROM with theme engine support to install the boot animation on your device. If you’re one of the lucky CM user, download the APK from below, install it and the install the boot animation from theme engine.
If you’re rocking a stock ROM or don’t have a theme engine on your device, you can use the below flashable boot animation file from below and flash it from any custom reovery.
If you’re not sure on how to install the boot animation from custom recovery, check the Method 2 from our boot animation installation post from here.
Let us know if you like the latest Android Marshmallow boot animation on your device. Don’t forget to share this boot animation with your friends. Remember, Sharing is Caring