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Android Studio switching to D8 dexer 06 April 2018 Posted by Jeffrey van Gogh, Software Engineering Manager D8 now default dex compiler
Faster, smarter app compilation is always a goal for the Android tools teams. That's why we previously announced D8, a next-generation dex compiler. D8 runs faster and pr…Read more >
The latest update for the Pixel and supported Nexus family is Android 7.1.2, originally announced on January 31, which actually brings a bit more than you might expect for an incremental update. The Pixels miss out on the most exciting stuff, mostly because they have it already, gaining just the “powered by Android” logo on the boot splash screen and the March 5 security patch. Google also improved the finger swipe gesture for the Pixels and Bluetooth connectivity issues.
The Nexus 6P, which I’m using with Android 7.1.2 now, gained fingerprint scanner gestures at last, meaning you can now drag down the notifications shade with the rear-mounted finger scanner. It can be found in the Moves section of the Settings menu and is not enabled by de…Read more >
Android M sees a whole raft of new features brought into the Android mobile sphere. The headline of which is likely to be Android Pay, Google’s attempt to play catch-up on Apple’s already established mobile payment platform. Technically, Marshmallow isn’t imperative to Android Pay. Indeed, it was launched around a month ago on any NFC-enabled device running Android KitKat and above. Still, it’s with 6.0 that Android Pay will really ramp it up a notch.
That is mainly due to another major feature in Android M- Fingerprint support. Again, fingerprint recognition for unlocking your phone is nothing new on Android, with many manufacturers supporting the concept on the Android platform. With Google now rolling it out into the OS, they’re clearly …
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The Android Wiki is an encyclopedia about anything that is related to Android. Android is an open source operating system that was created by Android Inc, and is developed by Google and the Open Handset Alliance. We started with the part of Android that is dominated by Google, but we will eventually expand into parts that are not.
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I'm Drew1200, an administrator on the Google Wiki. I've recently decided to narrow the scope of the article types on the Google Wiki. Right now, we simply cover too many different types of articles, and it leaves very much mixed quality and inconsistent content. Among the pages to go are any Android device pages that are not Nexus devices. However, many of these pages have some decent quality to them, and all have quite a bit of content. So I was just wondering if there would be any interest in me importing the articles to this wiki before I delete them.
I'm guessing there's around 60 articles, several of which probably already exist here (in which case I wouldn't import them). They'd need cleaned up and formatted a little bit, since they u…Read more >