The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is going to receive the Android 6.0 Marshmallow boost soon and there have been a lot of people talking about it.
One person said that the last ROM they ran was the CM12 and they found that they had a drop in battery. While the device is an old one it has been a popular one and it is a handset that refuses to die. However the battery life does seem to be an issue.
People who own the Samsung Galaxy Nexus have asked why they are getting an old Cyanogen mod and why not get CM13. However it has been pointed out that there are none CM Android 6.0.1 ROMs for the Galaxy Nexus.
CyanogenMod has begun to lag behind now and 12.1 didn’t get a full release for any handset other than the OPO.
Do you have the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and what do you think about the Android 6.0 Marshmallow boost?
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