The day fans got so much disappointed was when Nexus 7 (2012) did not make it to the final list of Android Marshmallow update. The reason put forward by Android authorities in this regard was somehow logical as they were of the opinion that since the tablet has qualified for last two updates; therefore, it fails to do so this time due to technological backwardness. A wave of grief and sorrow was the aftereffect of this announcement.
There is always an alternative solution to any kind of similar problems. Same is the case of Android Marshmallow update for Nexus (2012) where a third party developers came from nowhere and offered an ingenious solution to this update problem. A sophisticated group of XDA developers come up with a distinguished work out to this problem and thanks to their key player dmitrygr who made it possible for Nexus 7 (2012) users. The talented developer has released a pre-built AOSP Android Marshmallow image for the Nexus 7 (2012) model and the Wi-Fi variant of the device. Moreover, along with the Wi-Fi variant, another solution that supports 3G models is also on the cards.
Here it is worth mentioning for customers that the ROM would be wholly and solely functional, but user has to wipe out all the data from Nexus 7 (2012) device prior to installation.