MARSHMALLOW Posts on XDA

Marshmallow Reduces Audio Latency – But it’s still not enough

With each iteration of Android, Google boasts a reduction in audio latency in an effort to finally entice music professionals and music application developers to bring their work over to Android. For good reason, too, because despite making up only 3% of the total application downloads on the iOS App Store, music apps are the 3rd...

Apktool v2.0.2 Released With Android Marshmallow Support

Connor Tumbleson aka XDA Senior Member iBotPeaches has released an update to the ever popular Apktool, which now supports Android 6.0 Marshmallow API 23, and it also includes updated v2.0.8 of the smali/baksmali project.You can find the official update blog post here along with a XDA post on the update. Download links for the latest version can...

A Look at Marshmallow Root & Verity Complications

As the dust settles on the Android 6.0 release, Nexus users galore are diving for OTAs and Factory Images, and getting ready for the latest iteration of the Android operating system. While, from the outside, Android 6.0 appears (visually, at least) remarkably similar to Android 5.0 and 5.1  (the Lollipop releases), there are a number of...

The Phones Still To Come From Elephone This Year

Elephone are looking to tackle every level of the Smartphone industry this year with the launch of many new devices at a variety of price points. So let's take a few moments to look at these versatile and disparate devices still to come this year and we may even have a few discount codes for you...

All-New Nexus Phones: Specs, Prices, and Discussion!

Google officially took the wraps off its new set of Nexus devices, along with the new Chromecast and Chromecast Audio. While we almost knew everything there was before the announcement, having official confirmation and announcements puts a rest to all speculations, so let's get to them!Beginning with the LG Nexus 5X, this device comes as a...