Tag: AndroidQ

OnePlus 7T Pro tipped to launch w/ Android 10, slightly bigger battery

We’re only a few weeks away from the potential first preview of the OnePlus 7T family, and today, a spec sheet for the new device has leaked out. Apparently, we can expect the OnePlus 7T Pro to include a bigger battery and Android 10 too.

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Spotify brings seekable audio progress bar to notifications on Android 10

Android 10 brought a handy feature that displays a media progress bar directly in the notification bar, which various apps can benefit from. Unfortunately, Spotify didn’t  implement this feature fully, as it didn’t initially allow users to interact with the progress bar. However, the company fixed it, as the bar is now seekable, letting you jump to your favorite part directly from your notifications.

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Android hints at ‘Style’ and ‘Clock’ in the Settings for Pixel

One of the most promising features spotted during the Android Q Beta that has yet to emerge following Android 10’s launch is customizing the AOD and lockscreen clock. It now appears that this Pixel personalization, along with others, could still be coming.

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Google Maps tests using your chosen Assistant voice when navigating

For the past year, Google Assistant has had a variety of voices to personalize your experience, and while most Google Assistant related apps have respected this setting, there have been a few holdouts. One of those, Google Maps, is now testing using your chosen Google Assistant voice when navigating, including in Android Auto.

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50+ new features of Android 10

We’ve had some time delving deep into the Android Q or Android 10 betas over the past few months. Now that the full release is here we’re going to dive even deeper and share every new feature and change we’ve found in Android 10 — arguably the biggest ever release of the world’s most popular mobile OS.

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Android Q coming to Pixels on September 3rd

According to the Canadian carrier, Rogers, the Android Q ( also known as Android 10 ) has been announced to be released to all Pixel phones on Tuesday, September 3rd. Google has released several Android versions along with security patches at the start of the month, however, since the first Monday of September is Labor Day in the United States, The Android update will be released on the day after.

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Google publishes Android Q Security Release Notes

The public release of Android Q is officially a “few weeks away,” and Google is gearing up for the launch. “Android version Q Security Release Notes” published today detail the vulnerabilities addressed by the upcoming version of the OS.

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Huawei announces EMUI 10 based on Android Q, beta on Huawei P30 next month

Just because Huawei officially has another operating system, the company isn’t giving up on Android. At its developer conference today, Huawei announced EMUI 10 for its smartphones that will arrive with Android Q starting as soon as next month.

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Android Q developer preview 4 releases for OnePlus 6/6T and OnePlus 7/7 Pro

Android Q Developer Preview 4 is now rolling out to OnePlus 6/6T and OnePlus 7/7Pro devices right now, right off the back of the third recent Q taster download.

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‘Screen attention’ keeps your screen on while looking at it

For a fourth beta out of many, Android Q’s latest release delivers a lot of new stuff. Just behind the scenes, Google has added on to the “Adaptive Sleep” feature that popped up in Android Q Beta 3, now calling its “Screen attention.”

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