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Hello! Google services are not installed?
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Google services are not installed, flyme 6.7.8.29 beta
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Yo moderator you are f..king  usless like the other one.  Meizu phones - good hardware ... Bad softwere.  Why they put you?  they forgot meizu pro 5 that why.  Tell me new moderator what exactly  you do?
We are stuck with 5.1.1 android...  Yeee but we have a new moderator..  Yeee

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Is there any release date for global final version based on Android 7 ?
Several android phone has 8 already and I'm still with 5.1. Why is it so slow ? Why is that Xiaomi phones are updated much more frequently ?

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Saksafar: It seems no one is answering. No problem, next year I'm planning to buy a new phone but definitely not Meizu. I'm sorry but it seems that I'm absolutely not alone with this problem. I have a good hardware phone with a very old android based firmware. Tim
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It seems no one is answering. No problem, next year I'm planning to buy a new phone but definitely not Meizu.
I'm sorry but it seems that I'm absolutely not alone with this problem. I have a good hardware phone with a very old android based firmware. Time is passing by and nothing is happening. With this kind of attitude Meizu will shot the door pretty soon anyway.
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Do you plan to release a global firmware Meizu Pro 5, after version 6.1.0.0 G?
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Do you plan to release a global firmware Meizu Pro 5, after version 6.1.0.0 G?

Absolutely. Please expect an update pretty soon
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juwagner: - Flyme 6 based on Marshmallow was announced in November 2016, promising the release by the end of December 2016 - never happened! They released betas instead. - Flyme 6 A was released for Chinese dev
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用户493260872 replied at 2018-03-12 08:40
Absolutely. Please expect an update pretty soon

- Flyme 6 based on Marshmallow was announced in November 2016, promising the release by the end of December 2016 - never happened! They released betas instead.
- Flyme 6 A was released for Chinese devices in January and promised to release G version shortly - "shortly" eventually meant 6 months later. That was July when G version of Flyme 6 based on Lollipop was released (you can find a number of posts, where it was promised, then delayed, then promised again and delayed again).
- It is the middle of March 2018 and Global version still has not been released on Marshmallow basis and no updates were available since July 2017.
- Oh, I have just received a Flyme update for A version 6.3.0.2 (Note that the previous update was 6.3.0.0 from January 2018).

Now, the question is - Should the "pretty soon" refer to a shorter period that "shortly" (6 months) or longer? I suppose understanding the time measuring system in Meizu could be the key to customer satisfaction. This way Meizu could provide an estimated period of time and prepare their customers for a certain amount of patience. Just to give you an example:

"Coming soon" in cinema industry is usually referred to a period of 3 months
When women refer to their menstruation periods, "soon" can mean just a week or couple of days
However, "soon" can be measured in minutes, when one is waiting for the water to boil in the kettle

I really hope that these examples demonstrate the range of time frames for the same term "soon". I only ask to clarify what you are referring to when using this term

P.S. I can't even believe that this topic could possibly be raised on any other forum of any other manufacturer...
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Quando vem o flyme 6.2G para o Meizu  pro 5?
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juwagner create on 2018-03-17 06:24
- Flyme 6 based on Marshmallow was announced in November 2016, promising the release by the end of December 2016 - never happened! They released betas instead.- Flyme 6 A was released for Chinese devices in January and promised to release G version shortly - "shortly" eventually meant 6 months later. That was July when G version of Flyme 6 based on Lollipop was released (you can find a number of posts, where it was promised, then delayed, then promised again and delayed again).- It is the middle of March 2018 and Global version still has not been released on Marshmallow basis and no updates were available since July 2017. - Oh, I have just received a Flyme update for A version 6.3.0.2 (Note that the previous update was 6.3.0.0 from January 2018).Now, the question is - Should the "pretty soon" refer to a shorter period that "shortly" (6 months) or longer? I suppose understanding the time measuring system in Meizu could be the key to customer satisfaction. This way Meizu could provide an estimated period of time and prepare their customers for a certain amount of patience. Just to give you an example: "Coming soon" in cinema industry is usually referred to a period of 3 monthsWhen women refer to their menstruation periods, "soon" can mean just a week or couple of daysHowever, "soon" can be measured in minutes, when one is waiting for the water to boil in the kettleI really hope that these examples demonstrate the range of time frames for the same term "soon". I only ask to clarify what you are referring to when using this term P.S. I can't even believe that this topic could possibly be raised on any other forum of any other manufacturer...

Please expect an update before the end of April
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juwagner: Well, it is 1st of May on my calendar, but still no promised update from Meizu. New moderator, but sadly old lies, false promises. I just wonder if there is such a bad communication between different
2018-05-01 17:45
juwagner: 1 week to go I bet Flyme engineers are like this close... https://media3.giphy.com/media/R2m2NzVxQ3pbG/giphy.gif
2018-04-24 05:24
juwagner: Well, 2 weeks left. Looking forward to seeing the update ;)
2018-04-16 14:12
Kamlatele: Which version of Android is waiting for updates?
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