Igor Bonifacic

February 23, 2016 7:32am

The Nvidia Shield TV, one of a softened Android TV set-top boxes accessible on a market, has turn a latest device to be updated to Android Marshmallow.

Besides bringing a latest and biggest chronicle of Google’s handling complement to a set-top box, a refurbish adds several new facilities to a Shield experience, including a choice to format a microSD label or outmost expostulate to act as additional storage, permitting users to download games and other apps there instead of a Shield’s medium 16GB inner drive. The refurbish also adds softened support for Denon receivers, as good as a choice to entrance a device’s energy menu by holding a behind button, among other new features.

All told, a refurbish comes in during 800MB.

The update’s full change record can be found on the Nvidia village forums.

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