The Nvidia Shield TV, one of the better Android TV set-top boxes available on the market, has become the latest device to be updated to Android Marshmallow.
Besides bringing the latest and greatest version of Google’s operating system to the set-top box, the update adds several new features to the Shield experience, including the option to format a microSD card or external drive to act as additional storage, allowing users to download games and other apps there instead of the Shield’s modest 16GB internal drive. The update also adds improved support for Denon receivers, as well as the option to access the device’s power menu by holding the back button, among other new features.
All told, the update comes in at 800MB.
The update’s full change log can be found on the Nvidia community forums.