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It gains praise from Expert Imaging and Sound Association for best consumer smartphone and gets a timeline for real Android Pie.
The maintenance review update is coming next month, but the beta goes on for another month. This time around, optimizations for low-spec devices.
If you have a problem and happen to have forgotten your unlock code for some reason, you better hope you don't need a factory reset.
Neural network support will be the big background update for this iteration. Other annoyances will get smoothed out by December.
Lines. Gender. More intersect with how other companies' emoji. More understanding. If you can't get emoji in a snap, Google has failed you... until now.
Development on Android Nougat is complete, now it's officially onto the "O" release. Hmm, that sounds a little ambiguous, doesn't it?
The Pixel C finally gets a launcher of its namesake while the Nexus 6P finally gains something its lesser sibling could do since a while back.
If you have a Google Pixel or an eligible Nexus device dating back from at least 2014, you'll be getting this iterative update over the next weeks.
Images are also available for the final developer preview of Android 7.1, intended for Nexus devices that aren't the Pixel, which already has that software.
The Nexus 5X, 6P and the Pixel C have first nabs at the developer preview of Android 7.1, considered at beta level because of its final status on the Pixel.
Android 7.0 Nougat is on, hot, and slowly rolling out. Images are coming soon, OTAs to Nexus devices within weeks. Now what?
Conferences like Google I/O and WWDC always give me a sense of mixed feelings. Because we’re all about to see some really neat new things for the platforms – even if they’re not “new” new – and that’s a really great thing. But then, we’re all about see a lot of interesting features that may not work so well, at least for several months anyway. Oh sure, you can have those features if you want them, but they’ll be in beta which is frankly a scary concept.
Now, for those of us that have a few different devices, this isn’t really a big deal. I mean I can throw Android N onto my [...]
Google's providing more options for Android obsessives and developers and not making their lives too miserable after a full image flash.
We have just a few of the big feature updates added in Android N Developer Preview 2, including calculators, priorities and pinches.
With Google OTA update available for Android N preview testers, how long before the practice spreads to regular Nexus Android updates?
If your Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9 or Nexus Player is on the Android Beta Program, you may have already gotten your first OTA update.
Google has made it extremely easy for Android developers and enthusiasts to get their hands on an Android N Beta. We've been playing with it, too.