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There are many ways to copy the files from PC into your SD card. Simplest is the Android's native MTP mode, which you might be having trouble with detecting the device in Ubuntu/Mint. Method 1 You can use ADB as mentioned here by Izzy. Setup ADB and detect device on your PC (see Is there a minimal installation of ADB), open terminal and enter: adb push ...
As you have ADB available to use, here's one proposed way: Make a backup of your current installation (app and data): adb backup -f osmand.ab -apk net.osmand.plus Same, data only adb backup -f osmand-data.ab -noapk net.osmand.plus Uninstall the app (.apk) while keeping its data: adb uninstall -k net.osmand.plus Install the new version from play If ...
The time that it takes to receive the update on your phone can take some time because it will vary per device. If Samsung will let everyone update their phone at the same time when the update is available then their servers will crash because everyone is downloading the update at the same time. To solve this problem you can update your phone with Samsung ...
Seems too early estimate carrier device deployments. For Nexus devices, there is a tad more info. According to the Android developer's site, here's the expected OTA schedule for Android M releases:
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