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With the gradual rollout of Google’s hot new operating system, we’re still in the process of exploring everything that Android Nougat has to offer. Here are five things we’ve discovered that you might not know. Move To Android Google’s response to Apple’s Move To iOS app seems to be a new setup feature in Android
Happy Monday! I’m sure there are many of you who sent your kids off to school today. Summer is officially over. Android Wear devices are on sale again with Huawei leading the way with its Huawei Watch. It’s one of the best Android Wear devices you can get and it’s one of the few watches
Most people cannot afford the latest smartphones from Apple or Samsung. Consumers are also becoming much more aware of the high cost of smartphones and are now looking for alternatives that can save them a bit of hard earned cash. The phones from Apple and Samsung are some of the most expensive you cant get. The
I love hex black and a dark UI!
You Nougat-lovers can’t deny,
That when an app installs in an itty, bitty space,
With a dark theme in your face,
You get sprung!
Google and Android are filled with white, white, white UIs. It wasn’t always that way, but it is now. The only real dark system UIs available right now are downloadable TouchWiz themes, and Google’s apps are whiter than my jean-365-days-a-year legs. Night modes have [Read More…]
Everyone wants better support for the phones we’re buying, and not getting it is holding Android itself back.
Here’s a simple truth we all probably know in the back of our minds — you don’t need to get a new version of Android because not much will seem different. The home screen or app drawer may have a tweak or two, and there will be one feature we would like to have, but the apps we [Read More…]
Settle in and get comfy. This is how we’re gonna do Saturdays — talking about stuff.
I’m Jerry. I’m a former Electrical Engineer who ended up writing software (like many an EE) and then ended up with a cushy job that lets me work from home and do cool stuff. I’m also a Linux Professional (I love saying that for some reason) which is a fancy term for a masochist. I’ve been here a [Read More…]
This week, Alex, Andrew, and Daniel convene in New York City to discuss Nougat. It’s a full hour of all the new features in Android 7.0, and why you’re going to want it — now.
(A quick warning: there is one curse word in the episode. Sorry, Jeff!)
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How do I enable Night Mode in Android 7.0 Nougat on a Nexus device?
During the Android 7.0 Nougat Developer Preview, Google experimented with a system-wide Night Mode that offered a number of improvements to compatible Nexus phones to allow them to work better at night and in other low-light situations. Unfortunately for tinkerers (but completely understandable for a variety of reasons), that mode was hidden in the run-up to Nougat’s release — but with a [Read More…]
You’ll have to get Android 7.0 for the Nexus 5 from XDA. Let’s try to figure out why.
Many of us are sad that the Nexus 5 isn’t getting any official update to Android 7.0. Especially when we watched and saw Google continue to build device trees in the code for Hammerhead — that means someone, somewhere, was working on it. And when Sony announced which phones were going to receive an update to Android 7.0, [Read More…]