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Sony Xperia M4 is finally getting updated to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

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    Download 26.3.A.0.131 FTF For Xperia M4 Aqua E2303 [MM] [Europe]

    Sony Xperia M4 is finally getting updated to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow OS in European countries via OTA. This update brings a ton of new enhancements and bug-fixes. You can download the full flashable FTF packages of this update below.

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    Firmware Details
    1. Baltic (Generic)
    • Device: Sony Xperia M4
    • Model: E2303
    • Codename: Tulip
    • Android: v6.0.1 Marshmallow
    • Firmware: 26.3.A.0.131
    • Security Patch Level: April 1, 2o16
    • Region: Baltic Generic
    • Custom Number: 1294-3895
    • Branding: Customized BAL
    • Build: R2C
    • Status: Official
    • Type: FTF
    • File Name: E2303_26.3.A.0.131_1294-3895_R2C.ftf
    Download link: Click here | Size: 1.6 GB

    2. France
    • Device: Sony Xperia M4
    • Model: E2303
    • Codename: Tulip
    • Android: v6.0.1 Marshmallow
    • Firmware: 26.3.A.0.131
    • Security Patch Level: April 1, 2o16
    • Region: France
    • Custom Number: 1293-7738
    • Branding: Customized FR
    • Build: R5C
    • Status: Official
    • Type: FTF
    • File Name: E2303_26.3.A.0.131_1293-7738_R5C.ftf
    Download link: Click here | Size: 1.6 GB

    Apart from the new features included in Marshmallow, the official changelog confirms addition of a new camera interface, Xperia Messaging and Direct Share. However, users who have installed the update report the lack of Marshmallow’s adoptable storage feature.
     
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