Not long after its debut, Android 9.0 Pie is already making its way to the OnePlus 6 in the OxygenOS Open Beta 1. This is the first OxygenOS Open Beta to be built on Pie and it includes the new UI and gesture navigation found in Android P. Other ... Read More »
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Google released the fifth Developer Preview of Android P near the end of July, setting the stage for the public launch of the mobile operating system sometime soon.
We’ve seen quite a few different Android-based smartphones with a notch design up to this point, and ... Read More »
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Essential continues to stay in step with Google when it comes to Android updates. While other phones participating in the Android P developer preview program typically have to wait for the manufacturer to adapt the latest release from Google to their phones, Essential releases its versions on the same day.
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Android P, the next big Android release, is on the way. Ahead of the public launch, Google has been releasing beta builds, and that trend continues today with the release of Android P Beta 4 (Developer Preview 5). This release includes not only the final system behaviors, but also the ... Read More »
Project Treble is an amazing feature that allows for some basic support for any Treble-compatible ROM. This is done by separating drivers from Android and allowing them to function when a new version of Android is installed. This can reduce the time it takes for updates to be released, but ... Read More »
Essential remains on top of the update game. The same day that Google released the latest Android P beta, Essential is pushing its own version out to the Essential Phone.
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It has been just under a month since Google released the third Developer Preview for Android P, and now the company is back with the fourth installment.
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?