A few days ago, Google began rolling out the Android 6.0.1 update for Nexus smartphones and tablets. Unfortunately, at the time of release, it wasn’t clear what exactly the upgrade bundled aside from compatibility for the brand new emoji set.
We now know that this version of Marshmallow also transports a much-needed patch for the incredibly annoying Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) bug, which caused picture messages to unsuccessfully download from servers.
It’s certainly nice to see Google take user feedback on board and create a fix for the issue in such a short time frame. If you haven’t received the upgrade yet, you could always flash the firmware onto your device. For more information on how to do this, click here for our guide.