While many of the Motorola Moto G Second gen phones have already been upgraded to Android Marshmallow 6.0, one in the US have now started receiving it. This phone was released back in September 2014 running on Android 4.4.4 KitKat operating system followed by many upgrades.
The Marshmallow upgrade is a major one as it comes along with January Security Patches. Features like doze mode, granular permissions and Google now on tap are few of the many features of the update. A few people who have already received the update have reported having encountered a “no command” recovery error. This has happened to only a few devices during installation, and it isn’t widespread. However, Motorola US hasn’t officially announced the upgrade for Moto G 2nd Gen phones. According to the recent reports this upgrade is the last one this phone will be getting.
If you haven’t received the OTA update yet, you can do it manually by heading to the update menu in your device settings.
This news was reported earlier by Android Police