February 6, 2016
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HTC has been pretty attentive when it comes to updating its phones to the latest versions of Android, and it looks like the HTC One M9 on Sprint is next in line. According to Sprint’s software support page, the update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow started rolling out to the One M9 on February 5th. As is the case with most software updates, you might need to wait a few days to upgrade your phone until the rollout is complete.

This new update will bring the One M9’s firmware to version 3.41.651.3. Just what will you get with the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update? For starters, you’ll get to take advantage of Google Now on Tap, which will bring the power of Google Now to virtually every corner of your phone. You’ll also get more granular application permissions control, a killer battery saving feature called Doze Mode, and much better volume controls. For a full rundown of many of the user-facing changes in Marshmallow, our own Joe Hindy created an informative video that explains the new features.

As stated previously, you may need to wait a few days before the update becomes available for your phone. If you have yet to get the update notification, head to Settings>System updates>HTC software update>Check now to check manually. Have you gotten the update? If so, let us know how you’re liking it in the comments below!

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