Infinix Note 2 finally receives Android 6.0 Marshmallow update

Good news to all Infinix Note 2 users, update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow has finally rolled out. However, this update brings about upgrade to XUI 1.N.3.0, XACCOUNT registration added to startup guide, record toggle on notification bar and upgraded version of screen recorder.

Although this update hasn’t been made available on all Infinix Note 2 devices via OTA, but you can choose to flash the official ROM into your smartphone via TF card version or main flash version. We also managed to gather the full changelog of this update.

What’s New? XUI 1.N.3.0 Update Full Changelog

1)XUIupgraded to 1.N.3.0
2)Fixed issue where front camera cannot be accessed by non-system apps.
3)Added video call (only usable if SIM card supports this function).
4)Fixed one-hand mode malfunction
5)Fixed issue where Direct Call widget does not display contact avatar.
6)Removed pin number notification from pulldown bar when Mobile Anti-Theftis activated.
7)Fixed button overlap with "Just once - Always" and “Home- Back”.
8)Battery percentage added to pulldown bar.
9)Added quick wallpaper swap for enhanced customization.Long press theIdle interface, select a key switch wallpaper from the widget
10)Screen Record upgraded to V1.0; record toggle added to notification bar.
11)Added Xshare function with QR delivery.
12)Optimized communication module interaction and visuals.
13)XACCOUNT registration added to startup guide.
14)Optimized system stability and performance while fixing other issues.

You can check if the update is already pushed on your device. Simply go to your device settings >> About phone >>  wireless update and check-in for the most recent update. If yours isn’t available, I advise you exercise little patient. You can also choose to manually upgrade your Infinix Note 2 to android 6.0 marshmallow rom.

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For those who’ve already rooted there infinix note 2 devices, you're strongly advised to unroot or flash the rom of your device to android 6.0 marshmallow rom. Upgrading an already rooted device over-the-air can get the device bricked.

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