Tag: AOSP

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ATT 5GE icons may confuse Android Q phone users, added to AOSP

This 2019 is the year when 5G will be fully and commercially implemented. We know most carriers in South Korea are almost ready. In...

Google Pixel 4 AOSP reference proves next-gen flagship is ready

Not many people may bother to check AOSP but the Android team sometimes hides clues about the next-gen products. Some of them may have...
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Fuchsia OS can run Android apps, made possible by Android Runtime

Google has been quiet lately about the fate of Fuchsia. The tech giant's new operating system first started as a secret OS but the...

Sony Open Devices program adds the Xperia XZ2, Xperia XZ3

Sony is adding new phones to the Open Devices program. This means more Xperia models will soon run Android Pie. We know the Android...
Sony Xperia Android 9 Pie Update

Sony Xperia phones to receive Android 9 Pie, build your own AOSP if you...

More Android 9 Pie related news are ready. The next OEM to share that it is getting a slice of the Android Pie is...

OpenKirin: Making pure Android available for Huawei phones

As you may well know, Huawei and Honor smartphones and Android devices have always carried their proprietary EMUI Android skin as their exclusive software....

Google Pixel 3 in the works as shown in an AOSP

Google usually announces new phones around October but as we always say, it's never too early to anticipate the next-gen flagship phones. The tech...

Android 8.0 AOSP works on a Samsung Galaxy S9 because of Treble

If you haven’t caught up to what Google’s Project Treble is, you really should. Google has created a new partitioning system in Android Oreo...

Xperia XA2, Xperia XA2 Ultra now part of Sony Open Devices Program

Sony is a bit different from other smartphone manufacturers when it comes to allowing their users to use software based on AOSP (Android Open...

Pixel 2’s exclusive Now Playing feature ported to AOSP ROM

In terms of groundbreaking flagship features, the Google Pixel 2 may not be able to stand up to the Samsung Galaxy S8, Note 8,...

Google’s Project Treble revolutionizes porting of Oreo AOSP custom ROMs

If you’ve been around Android devices for a while now, you’ve probably dabbled in custom ROMs in one way or another. Custom ROMs provided...

LaunchEnr is a lightweight alternative to the Pixel launcher

For phones with funky Android skins, there’s pretty much nothing you can do short of installing a custom ROM – especially if you’re a...

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Google Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL now officially launched

The Google Pixel 4 series is finally here. The last leaked images that surfaced on the web turned out to be true so there...

Google Podcasts Review: Easy UI and navigation, auto-downloads new episodes

It's been only over two years since Google has officially rolled out the Google Podcasts. The app was highly anticipated by many people who...