BlackBerry Priv Marshmallow Beta Update Rolling Out, T-Mobile Customers Next in Line

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Earlier this month, BlackBerry announced a private beta group for select Priv owners who wanted to run the latest and greatest Android version before anyone else. Starting right now, an update for this beta is rolling out to those use signed up using a phone purchased from BlackBerry’s online store, and within the next 24 hours, those with a Priv through T-Mobile will receive their updates to take part in the Marshmallow action. 

For those of you on T-Mobile, once your Marshmallow beta invite is received, you can download the update, then provide feedback to BlackBerry on any major issues you might come across.

Do we have any beta testers here? If so, tell us what other Priv owners can expect once they receive Marshmallow.

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