Google has just posted Android 6.0 Marshmallow factory images for the Nexus 6P. There are two images available as builds MDA89D and MDB08K, though Google hasn’t specified if either of the images are specifically for something like Project Fi or T-Mobile.

The company just released Marshmallow factory images for the Nexus 5X almost a week ago, just one day before the LG-made devices began shipping out to the masses. We still aren’t sure when Nexus 6P pre-orders will start shipping, though we have heard that some lucky users have already started receiving their new devices. Hopefully the arrival of the factory images signal that more pre-orders will begin to roll out soon.

Just remember that flashing a ROM will restore your device back to factory settings, so you’ll want to have everything backed up before you do so. If you’ve tried tinkering around on your new device and want to revert back to stock, the factory images can be downloaded at the link below. And if you’re wondering how to manually install Marshmallow on your Nexus device, feel free to read our guide here.

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