Android Oreo was a theming wonderland. We could use Substratum to theme the entire operating system without even having to root our device. That sounds wonderful, doesn’t it?
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Right now, the Google Pixel launcher will automatically switch between a light and dark theme depending on the wallpaper you have selected. But it looks like Google will be tweaking an important option in an upcoming version of Android.
The Essential Phone was one of the few devices that was blessed with the Android P Developer Preview. This is the first year any device outside of Google’s own lineup got a developer preview of the next Android version.
Google released the latest version ... Read More »
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If you have been testing the Android P beta, and have been looking forward to a new release, then the wait is over.
Google officially released the newest preview for Android P today, Developer Preview 3. This particular release includes final APIs for developers, which means they can test final versions of their ... Read More »
The Essential Phone was an incredible phone, but a flawed one. A very flawed one, especially at launch. The software was a bit buggy, the camera was not very good, and the price tag was simply too high for most people’s tastes. Over time, the price tag fell, the camera ... Read More »
Nokia has just announced an entire new series of phones, but the old devices won’t be forgotten. HMD Global, the company behind Nokia phones, has announced that every single Nokia device released under HMD Global will eventually receive the Android ... Read More »
Google says there are hundreds of new features being added to Android P, which is usually par for the ... Read More »
If you use multiple Bluetooth devices, you have discovered that volume levels can sometimes get pretty wonky, especially if you have one device that requires the volume level to be much higher than the others.
But the days of getting your ears blasted by ridiculously loud music are finally coming to an end, according to ... Read More »
Google shared a new post on the Android Developers blog with a screenshot of a new feature for DNS over TLS. However, the nav bar looked different than what we’re used to. The company quickly edited the screenshot to remove the nav bar but it’s too late. As we all know, ... Read More »