My Nexus 7 2013, running Android 6.0 MRA58K presently, the first public Marshmallow build is proposing to install an OTA.
As usual and unfortunately, there's no details or Changelog.
Shall I try to capture it?
Edit: Well that's actually very easy to do:
Here you go! This is MRA58U
Changes concern mostly the media (stagefright), camera and DRM frameworks.
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That's probably MRA58U which seems to have been posted between the 21(last archive.org snapshot) and today.
+Joel Teichroeb MRA58U indeed!
+Francisco Franco download link in the OP 🙂
There's already a reddit thread about it https://www.reddit.com/r/Nexus7/comments/3qcatz/600_mra58u_for_nexus_7_2013_wifi/
+Joel Teichroeb I was already late then 🙂 but I learned how to do something at least.
Thanks for the reference
+François Simond After installing the update, what's the date under "Android security patch level"?
+Shiv Manas I am rooted so I didn't install yet.
I absolutely love how well the display is calibrated on the nexus 7 2013 +François Simond can you give me some more insight on it?
+Rolando Quezada well I don't share the same love since all the units I've seen and owned have their shadows and near black far too bright (even when comparing to a sRGB curve)
But it's something that can be recalibrated using software and drivers I developed
Black levels are a bit higher than on the original Nexus 7, but the
resulting peak contrast ratio is still excellent- Anandtech How do I get
access to your software?
+Rolando Quezada yes contrast ratio on the Nexus 7 2013 is higher than the 2012 version. (black levels at maximum brightness is an irrelevant figure since each display has a different max white brightness)
The software is not available yet but I'm working at the reliability of the sensor driver on Windows computers at the moment)