On Friday, BlackBerry released their fifth Marshmallow beta to ShopBlackBerry, Amazon, and T-Mobile devices but it seems as though the rollout went beyond those in the beta. Many folks in the CrackBerry Forums have now reported receiving Marshmallow build AAF153, which would presumably be the June 1st security update, on their ShopBlackBerry, and Amazon purchased devices.
- Bluetooth connects with OnStar briefly but does not maintain connection
- SIM seen as new post device reboot
- Unable to find 5GHz networks
- SIM not detected msg "No SIM card" error
- Bluetooth Sharing stopped
- Phone gets very hot during Skype video chat and then disables up-link audio
- No MP3 track information passed over Bluetooth
- Bluetooth sharing / connection fails repeatedly
- Bug reporter crash on preview screenshot
- Carrier name in status bar is not aligned properly (appears top aligned)
- Device extremely hot after OTA update
- Phone memory issue causing lag and overheating -Class 0 message popup on device reboot.
This time around, it's a full update weighing in at 1805.3MB. It seems as though maybe this one slipped out a little early, which has been known to happen in the past, so go ahead and check for updates. There's no guarantee the update is there waiting for you, but either way, if you already have Marshmallow, you can expect this update to arrive somewhere within the first week of June.
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