We don’t know what it’s named yet, but the next version of Android (Android O) is coming soon. Google has recently announced some of the new features arriving with this version, including a better notification system and streamlined updates. Show More Summary
Hands-On Android O Beta: My Initial Thoughts AoiroStudio May 24, 2017 After the announcement from the latest Android O at the Google I/O, an annual event for developers. Google released a Beta program that can give you the opportunity to try the pre-release version of Android and share your feedback. Show More Summary
WiFi isn’t a huge battery drain these days, but many users still toggle it on and off to save some juice. Phone batteries aren’t getting all that much bigger, with companies opting for slim bodies over battery life. Google’s latest Android [...]
More than a few users have confirmed having issues when attempting to upgrade their device to the latest Android O developer beta. Here's what you can do to fix some issues, and why it's happening.
We tweeted this out last night, but wanted to make sure you all saw it this morning – another Android O beta update began rolling out. As far as we can tell, it’s a small update, weighing in at anywhere from 40MB to 55MB. The exact build number is OPP2.170420.019. The previous build ended on […] Small Android O Beta Update Rolling Out is a post from: Droid Life
Google has released a minor update to Pixel and Nexus owners. The update reportedly fixes Android Pay, at least partially.
Did you enroll in the Android O Beta Program that launched yesterday? If so, you’ve got a new update coming your way. Google is now rolling out a small update for Android O beta testers. The update is version OPP2.170420.019, up from yesterday’s OPP2.170420.017 release, and it weighed in [...]
Google today distributed a bug-fixing update to the Android O beta. The small patch, weighing it at about 55 MB, is meant to smooth out some performance issues present in the initial build. People enrolled in the Android Beta program should see the fresh update hit their devices shortly. The Android O beta works on the Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 6P, and Nexus 5X.
With the Android O Developer Preview 2 up and running on our Pixel phones here at Google I/O, we noticed some new goodies right away that needed to be filmed. So, we bring you a first look and tour of the first Android O Beta! In this clip, we walk through some of the new […] Video: Android O Beta First Look and Tour! is a post from: Droid Life
The Android O Beta Program is open to join, and it’s a great way to test the latest version of Android. That being said, there’s a good reason that it’s a beta. Much of the software is not perfectly functional and some may be broken entirely. There [...]
The Android O Beta isn't going to kill your Daydream sessions. Good news, developers and bleeding edge enthusiasts! If you're planning to enroll your Google Pixel to the Beta Program for Android O, the Daydream app and its connected experiences are still available to you. Show More Summary
It’s already been available for a few months as a developer preview, but now the rest of us can finally get our hands on an upcoming version of Android. Android O Beta starts shipping today, if you point your browser over to android.com/beta. Show More Summary
The Android O public beta is now available. Here's how to get it on your Pixel or Nexus phone.
Google this week released the first public beta of Android O, the next version of its core mobile platform. Android O has a handful of interesting new features, including picture-in-picture, notification dots, autofill for app logins, easy text selection, and much more. Show More Summary
Android O just hit beta status, but HTC is looking at the bigger picture for updates to the HTC U11 and, presumably, other flagships beyond it.
Android Pay currently does not work on the beta release of Android O.
If you're currently the proud owner of a Google Pixel, Pixel XL, or a recent Nexus device, you now have access to an updated Android O beta packed with all of the great new features Google showed off on stage on Wednesday during its Google I/O 2017 keynote. Show More Summary
The first public beta of Android O has arrived. Here's how to get it.
The second developer preview of Android O is now out and available to the general public. Google Inc. announced the Android O developer preview in March, but it was restricted to developers and not recommended for the general public....Show More Summary