Tag Archive for android 9.0

Android P may automatically remember Bluetooth A2DP device volume levels

Bluetooth is a critical part of smartphones. The technology makes things such as Bluetooth headphones and earphones, Bluetooth keyboards, Bluetooth gaming controllers, etc, possible. Android has received many improvements to improve the Bluetooth user experience on Android smartphones. The improvements are doubly important when considering the fact that many flagship smartphones are opting to skip…

Android P-ify Xposed Module lets you use Android P features on your Android Oreo device

Android P Developer Preview 1 was released on March 7 for the Google Pixel/XL and the Google Pixel 2/XL. The new Android version brings plenty of new features, including support for display cutouts (notch), improvements to messaging, privacy improvements, a multi-camera API, and more. We have thoroughly explored all the new UI changes in the…

Team Substratum is petitioning Google to allow custom overlays on Android P, and they need your help

The first developer preview of Android P, the next major version of Android, has arrived, and the biggest change in tow is a complete user interface overhaul, possibly the biggest since the introduction of Material Design with Android 5.0 Lollipop. A predominantly white interface with rounded corners and round icons are present as Google officially…

Here’s Everything New in Android P Developer Preview 1 for the Google Pixel/XL and Pixel 2/XL

Google dropped a bombshell on us today—the first Android P Developer Preview. Widely expected to release this month, the first Android 9.0 builds are now available for the Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Google Pixel 2, and Google Pixel 2 XL. Unfortunately, support has been dropped for the Google Pixel C, Google Nexus 5X, and…