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@RKinMTL I have to agree. There is no rhyme or reason to the order that this discussion is happening in... Can someone that moderates or works for Telus explain why everything is out of order?
@A_Kron, what does "we hear you" even mean? I don't own an HTC device; this message board is still terrible to navigate (clicking on the links in the emails notifying me of updates to my subscribed threads like this one results in a blank web browser window); and I am no closer to knowing when my Galaxy S6 will be updated. So, tell me, what do you hear?
With respect to your comment about the Samsung S6 update, as soon as we have next the build from the OEM, we will update this list with a release date. More information about the software update life-cycle can be found here.
@A_Kron, it is nice to see that you are responsive as an admin here. Thanks for your posts. I do hope the new community platform proves to be easier to navigate.
I still believe that manufacturers and developers must be providing some sort of schedule to carriers such as Telus, and I still think Telus' customers would prefer for this to be made more transparent. I know I would. And as long as this transparency is not added, I can only assume it's because Telus, for example, doesn't want customers to know how long they take to pass updates on to their customers once they get the builds from the OEM.
The question is, have other carriers already pushed the Android M update to Samsung phones? That would tell us whether this is truly a manufacturer's delay as Telus would have us believe, or a Telus delay...
So will the HTC One m9 actually be getting the marshmallow update tomorrow? Or will we all just be getting excited for nothing again? Please respond and let us know if the update will still be rolling out tomorrow. Also, is it 6.0 or 6.0.1?