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Ever since Android Oreo 8.0 launched, the platform has been giving users problems that Google is scrambling to fix. This particular issue prematurely disables mobile data on Pixel and Nexus devices.
While Android Beta users will receive the final version of Oreo today, the general rollout won't begin immediately. Here are the devices that will get the Android 8.0 update in the coming weeks.
Having confirmed that the name of its next major OS update will be Oreo, Google is now pushing the final version of the update to those in the Android Beta Program, and published new system images.
After months of speculation, it's now official: Google has confirmed that the name of the next version of its ubiquitous OS won't be Android Octopus... but it will be Android 8.0 Oreo.
Although Google doesn't typically hold events to reveal the official name of Android, today, it will host an event in New York. Thankfully, the firm will also live stream the event.
Google will be making a big announcement about Android O on Monday - but it looks like it may have inadvertently spoiled one surprise, having apparently confirmed that it will be named 'Oreo'.
Google has launched a new teaser site, counting down to August 21, and confirming that "Android O is touching down to earth with the total solar eclipse, bringing some super (sweet) new powers".
"When Android O becomes available," HTC said, "U11 owners all over the world will be able to enjoy the benefits of Bluetooth 5.0" - but it hasn't yet said when it expects that update to reach the U11.
It looks like the end of the road is coming quite soon for OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T smartphones. The handset manufacturer has stated that Android O will be the last major OS update for these devices.
In a recent blog post, the company detailed several new features and the removal of support for legacy devices from Intel; and also announced the move to the latest version of Android.
Lenovo has confirmed that it's abandoning its custom user experience on its phones, shipping future handsets with stock Android, in an effort to reduce bloatware and make it easier to update devices.
In today's Android O Developer Preview build, there's an octopus Easter egg, which implies that that will be the name of the upcoming OS. It's more likely, though, that Google is simply trolling us.
Google today announced that the fourth Developer Preview of Android O is now available, promising that a full public release is coming soon. In fact, this build is considered a release candidate.
Today, Google announced that the Android O engineering team will be holding an 'Ask Me Anything' session on Reddit in two days. The questions should be focused on the engineering of the platform.
OnePlus has promised to deliver the Android O update to the 3 and 3T before the end of the year - but given that its Nougat rollout began in the last few hours of 2016, there may still be a long wait.
While any guess is a good one for the official name of Google's Android O, it appears that the firm could possibly be referring to its latest build of Android internally as Oatmeal Cookie.
Google today announced that the third Android O Developer Preview is available, bringing final APIs to the platform. Developers can also now submit their apps to the Google Play Store.
Google is expected to release Android O for its Pixel phones first, starting in early August, followed by supported Nexus devices. It's likely to be the last major OS update for the Nexus 5X and 6P.
Google announced Android O some months ago and it looks like HMD Global has committed to offering the update to its Nokia devices. The firm currently has three Android smartphones on the market.
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has confirmed that the company intends to upgrade its 3 and 3T to the next major Android version - but it's worth remembering that it's made (and broken) a similar promise before.
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Although Google has announced the public beta of Android O, it is still only available for a handful of handsets. Luckily, Nova Launcher has introduced a similar feature in its latest beta update.
Last week, Google announced the beta for Android O on a handful of handsets. Luckily, for a majority of users, a developer has ported the Android O Pixel launcher for use on supported devices.
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Google says it's "made all apps faster by default" with no app changes needed; and along with faster boot times, it's also improving battery life and performance by putting limits on app activities.
While Google is holding its I/O 2017 developer conference keynote today, the Android O Beta Program has gone live for supported Nexus and Pixel devices, although there is no update just yet.
Following last week's Microsoft Build 2017 event, Google is kicking off its I/O developer conference today, where it's expected to reveal more on Android O, Chrome OS, its digital Assistant, and more.
In partnership with silicon and device manufacturers, Google could make inroads towards resolving the issue of Android OS fragmentation by splitting device-specific software from the OS framework.
With "Android O" just around the corner, Google has officially concluded the Beta Program for Android Nougat. The company says that the program will kick off for the beta version of Android O soon.
Just over a week after Google made the Developer Preview of Android O available, now the company has released a video on YouTube which walks through some of the new features of the OS.
Earlier this week, Google released the first Developer Preview for the next major update to Android, only known as Android O. Here, we go hands on with the build and take a look at some new features.
From Xbox excitement and VAIO's old new phone, to Nintendo's Android ambitions, an ultra-mobile Windows 10 PC, and WhatsAppening on Google Play, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Google has announced details of the next major version of its ubiquitous operating system, known for now as 'Android O'. But which sweet snack or delicious dessert do you think it will be named after?
Today, Google announced the next major iteration of its mobile operating system, Android O, also releasing a Developer Preview build. Here's how you can install it on a supported device right now.
Today, Google announced the next major update to Android, currently only known as Android O. In releasing the first Preview of the OS, the company has also published a timeline for its release.
Google has released its first Android O Developer Preview - but it emphasizes that it's intended for devs only, and says a consumer beta will be made available "as we get closer to a final product."
While 7.x Nougat is still only installed on 2.8% of active Android devices, Google has already announced details of Android O, the next major update to its OS, coming later this year.
A new rumor suggests that Android's next major version might bring revamped notifications, app icon badge indicators, a picture-in-picture mode similar to Android TV, enterprise features, and more.
According to a new report, Android O will include a range of improvements that will allow users to copy and paste less, bring new features to SMS messages, and use various screen gestures.