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While developers and testers are already testing the Android N Preview, Google is gearing up to unveil the new firmware at its I/O event next week. Meanwhile, smartphone manufacturers are quickly pushing out the pending Marshmallow updates to their devices. The Asus ZenFone 2 Laser Marshmallow update was rolled out yesterday, and even Samsung released the Android 6.0.1 update for Galaxy Note 4 (N910F) in Europe.

Now it’s time for HTC to do the same thing with its previous flagships. Mo Versi, VP of Android Marshmallow update for HTC One M9 and One M8 would be rolled out today on AT&T. Versi had revealed back in April that the update had been delayed slightly and it would be rolled out in a couple of weeks.

Well, that’s what he has announced yesterday, and the HTC One M9 Android Marshmallow update should be rolled out today along with the HTC One M8 Marshmallow upgrade. We expect the update to bump up the software version to Android 6.0.1. Of course, AT&T is last of the biggest carriers in US to roll out the update, but it’s better late than never.

As for the update itself, it is expected to be rolled out by the end of today, and all the devices must get it in a few days. If you have not received the notification update yet, go to the Software Update section in your phone’s Settings and check for the update manually to download it.

If you have already got the update, do let us know in the comments below.

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