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How to Get the Best Pixel 2 Features on Any Android Phone

Google’s Pixel 2 (our review) is the premiere Android smartphone. Free from many of the issues plaguing other Android devices, it’s Google’s vision for Android in both hardware and software. But due to Android’s fragmented update schedule, many users will never see some of the Pixel 2’s best features. Thankfully, a clever developer has stepped in to bring a lot of its features to other Android phones through an app called Rootless Pixel Launcher.
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