NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet K1 Now Receiving Android 6.0 OTA Update

Subject: Mobile | December 22, 2015 - 02:08 PM |
Tagged: nvidia, shield, shield tablet k1, android 6.0, marshmallow, Android M, ota update

NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet K1 Software Upgrade 1.0 brings Android 6.0 Marshmallow to the gaming tablet, and the OTA update is being pushed to devices now.

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NVIDIA listed some benefits to the updated OS on the tablet K1:

Android 6.0 Marshmallow Upgrades

  • Now on Tap – This new feature from Google anticipates what you need, the moment you need it. With a simple tap, you’ll be able to quickly find information related to what you are seeing on the screen, as well as inside an app.
  • Adoptable Storage – Expandable storage moves internal. MicroSD cards can now be integrated with main internal storage, auto managed by the system, cutting out the need to manage where apps and files are stored. This replaces SHIELD’s move to SD functionality.
  • Improved App Permissions – Permissions are now managed centrally, meaning you have more freedom to grant access as you wish.
  • App Standby – Battery life is a big factor when choosing a device. App Standby can improve it in a big way. App Standby will automatically put an app into a standby state based on when you last used it, pausing network access and sync; it ends once the tablet starts charging. You’ll also get improved Bluetooth Low Energy scanning power efficiency.

More Upgrades from NVIDIA

  • New NVIDIA SHIELD Camera – We’re adding a new camera app to SHIELD tablet K1, with a user interface inspired by Material Design. It brings improved burst photo functionality and adds new real-time HD image effects, accelerated by Tegra K1’s Kepler-based GPU.
  • Fallout Shelter and Bonus Lunchboxes – Bethesda’s acclaimed post-apocalyptic world, Fallout Shelter, is part of the upgrade. As a bonus, the first 50,000 SHIELD tablet K1 gamers can score five free lunchboxes, each containing four Fallout Shelter cards for in-game currency, consumables and more. Click here to learn more.
  • User Interface Upgrades – Personalize Home and Lock screens with different wallpapers, including new NVIDIA wallpapers. You can launch Google Now voice commands from the lock screen. And you can personalize your Quick Settings menu, adding, removing or rearranging toggles.

The update was released yesterday to SHIELD tablet K1 users, and  it appears that it will be available for the original SHIELD tablet soon according to a post by a Customer Care rep on NVIDIA’s Official SHIELD Tablet K1 OTA 1.0 Feedback Thread.

Source: NVIDIA

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December 22, 2015 | 08:15 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Get them while you can

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-12-22/samsung-wins-first-rou...

Samsung could eventually block all sales of them

A U.S. trade judge said Nvidia Corp. infringed Samsung Electronics Co. patents, offering another win for the Korean gear-maker in a running legal battle between the electronics companies.

The findings against chip-maker Nvidia by a judge at the U.S. International Trade Commission in Washington are subject to review by the full agency, which can block products from entering U.S. markets.

The judge determined there had been a violation of three patents, and a public version of the determination will be released later, according to a release posted by the agency on its website.

December 23, 2015 | 12:13 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Nvidia wanted to poke the sleeping bear, now we start to see more and more consequences.

Invalidated patents, possible sales ban.... Wow what a disaster so far!

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