BlackBerry starts rolling out Android Marshmallow Beta for “Priv” users who registered to take part in the Beta program started by the company on April 4th. Moreover registration period will last for Two week and the testing will be done in next 4-5 weeks after that some time in May company says the Official Stable Marshmallow rollout will hit the devices.

Some participants will start to receive Marshmallow software tomorrow (Wednesday, EST). We will take a similar approach to how we brought people into the program when rolling out the software update: start with a small group, monitor for any critical issues, then expand to larger and larger groups. We expect to have everyone updated by the end of the week (and for clarity this time, weeks end on Sunday in Waterloo! :] ) – Said by Blackberry

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If you own a PRIV and haven’t signed up to test yet, head on over to the BlackBerry Beta Zone and see if the Android OS beta program is available to you. If you already signed up for the Beta Program than check it at the Beta Zone and follow the instructions over there.

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