The developer preview of Android 11 has received its first update to deliver pattches and fix some of the bugs that came with the first version
Those who were hoping to get an early jump on the official Android P build with the Nokia 7 Plus are a little disappointed, but a follow-up should be soon.
Android users have been thirsty for a dark theme for years. Pixel 2 owners only have this feature on an wallpaper-contingent basis.
The company insists that the Essential PH-1 will remain on its normal software update schedule through mid-2020, even as the fate of the company is uncertain.
It's not just about security while internet browsing, but also an iPhone X user interface motif that might get imported to Android P, according to some conspiratorial monitors.
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The second developer preview will be released at around the time of Google I/O. Even with five scheduled updates in total, Android P is expected to go public in the third quarter.
Other big points for app makers include a flooding threshold for to encourage the API level support and idle state apps not being able to record device sensor data. Images for Pixel phones are available.
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.
Another feature to look forward to on Android O is one that will ease the burden on manufacturers and carriers dealing with device software.
Dark themes and Night Mode have been cut from the latest Android N Developer Preview BETA. Why is Google afraid of the dark?