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Late Purushottam Hari (Ganesh) Patil Shikshan Sansthas,
Mauli Group of Institutions College of Engineering and Technology, ShegaonANDROID MARSHMALLOWGuided by:Prof. N.N. KasliwalPresented by:Mr. Prasad Deshmukh
ContentIntroduction Previous Versions Of AndroidAbout AndroidFeature Of Android MarshmallowConclusionReferences
Introduction Android "Marshmallow" (codenamed M in-development) is the 6th major version of the Android operating system. First unveiled in May 2015 at Google, it was officially released in October 2015.Marshmallow primarily focuses on improving the overall user experience of Lollipop.Google releases a slightly improved version of Android every year, but this time around it's pulled out all the stops. Android Marshmallow is the latest version of Android, and includes brand-new features that make using your smartphone even better.
PREVIOUS VERSIONS OF ANDROID
Android is a mobileoperating system developed by Google. It is used by several smartphonesandtablets. Examples include the Sony Xperia, the Samsung Galaxy, and the Google Nexus One.Lollipop is the dessert-themed Android codenamefor the 5.0 update of theopen sourceAndroid mobile operating system. Lollipop debuted in November 2014 as the successor to the "KitKat" Android release.The Android 4.4 KitKat operating system uses memory optimization technologies. Android devices with as little as 512MBof RAM. This is important because previous versions of the operating system required more internal memory which made them incompatible with many older device models.
FEATURES OF MARSHMALLOWUSB Type-CUSB-C Allows quicker charging as well as high speed data transfer.USB-C cable has the identical ports in both ways, so you need not to worry about the way you connect the cable, as you can use it in two ways, after USB2.0,USB type A and B this must be the advanced type of Micro USB-C for smartphones.
Now on TapGoogle Now on Tap gives you quick information without having to leave the current app. The information you get will depend on what you're viewing on your screen at the time you long-press the Home button.Now on Tap copies and pastes what you're viewing into Google Now and opens an overlay with related information.
Clear permissions systemWhen you use the app, and when special features are required for the first time, for example, use the camera, read your contact list, access some sensors, you will be prompted the window to grant (allow) or deny the permission as shown below.In the screenshot below, OneDrive app is trying to access your media files. If you are comfortable with it, you can tap Allow.If you tap Deny, the app will not be able to see, and therefore not be able to backup your media files to the drive. You need understand the consequences.
Personalised lockscreen messageA new textbox just under the lockscreen time helps personalise your phone and could be a perfect place for motivational quotes, important reminders, name tags and much more.
Storage is easier to manageThe new feature will allow you to use external storage on your device as internal storage. It's likely to be popular, as you'll be able to buy a more affordable device with low internal storage and boost it cheaply by adding a microSD card.
DozeAndroid Marshmallow also increases the amount of control you have over energy usage. With Lollipop, the battery saver mode can be switched on and off: thats it.Now, each app can be opted in or out of standard power optimization, which happens all the time, not just when battery saver mode is switched on.
Fingerprint scanners have been on Android phones for a while now, but Marshmallow is the first time they will be used properly. Rather than a tacked-on feature for unlocking your Android phone, Google's new OS pushes the fingerprint reader front and centre, which makes it compatible with a range of third-party apps.
Volume controls and Do Not Disturbyou can silence the phone or tablet totally total silence mode.you can getcalls and messages from favorite contactsonly, and notifications from specific apps only priority only mode.you can automatically limit sounds and interruptions atspecific time.
Conclusion Android Marshmallow has quickly madeit clear that the changes aresignificantly smaller than they were between the Lollipop update andKitKat. The improvements that have been made with Android Marshmalloware sorely needed, because Lollipop still feels like a prematurely released product and still poses problems for many users.