Google has announced Certified Android devices programme
- Author: Kyle Warner Aug 29, 2017,
Aug 29, 2017, 0:39
S, let's take a quick look at the device that could likely get the new update.
There are basically two kinds of Android devices out there in the world - ones that are certified by Google and come preinstalled with Google apps (including the Play Store), and ones that aren't. Those with devices from other OEMs will, as usual, be left wondering when they'll be able to get a taste of the cookie-flavored update, if ever.
If your device is not certified, we have not ensured basic security features or apps from Google and the Play Store can work as intended. The features include New Notifications, Support for Picture-in-Picture Mode, Improvements in connectivity, New Emojis, Improved WebView API, Multiple Display Support, New keyboard features, security and feature enhancements, Improved Doze Mode, and many others. Thus, while Google provides certification for Android smartphones the new website will help users gain knowledge about what exactly is a certified device and how it is certified. Well, the Adaptive Icons for Android Oreo should work like that as well.
You'll need to Root and Install TWRP Custom Recovery in-order to Install the Android 8.0 Oreo Rom on Nexus 6 (Shamu).
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It also comes with a new accessibility button that lets users to access the navigation bar accessibility features such as magnification and Select to Speak services.
According to an article in BGR today, this means that "e$3 very new phone that will launch with Oreo is 'treblized, ' which means those devices will be easier to upgrade to future Android releases".
If you're someone who constantly uses the same phone apps and never downloads anything new, don't worry - you're one of the majority. One of the nifty features of the stock Android package is Google's own launcher that's now known as Pixel Launcher, after it was rebranded from Nexus Launcher a year ago.
"While they love social and entertainment apps, they are also extremely reliant on more functional apps", comScore says.