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Android P Emojis and Fonts now available via Magisk Module

Android P emojis and fonts are now available via a Magisk module that you can install on your Android device, thanks to the work of XDA Senior Members joeyhuab and Shooting Star Max. Shooting Star Max ripped them from the latest Android P developer preview, and joeyhuab packed them into a Magisk module that you...

Pictures of possible Google Pixel 3 XL prototype with display notch leaks

Pictures of what's possibly a prototype of the upcoming Google Pixel 3 XL appeared on our very own Google Pixel 2 XL forums. XDA Senior Member meraz9000 posted two photos that show the device with—you know it—a display notch. He hasn't shared any information on how he obtained these pictures, so we can't verify their authenticity....

Unofficial LineageOS 15.1 now available for the ZTE Axon 7

Amidst all of the problems surrounding ZTE as of late, there appears to be a light at the end of the tunnel. A deal which would save the company from near-certain demise is likely to be signed soon, meaning the company would be able to continue to operate as normal. This includes the company getting...

VirtualXposed lets you use some Xposed Modules without root

Xposed is one of the most popular root apps over here at XDA. As you already know, it needs root access to modify the system because it replaces app-process and ART runtime. This is something that holds back some people from using Xposed. From now on, you can run some Xposed Modules without root using...

Overdrop is a minimalist, stylish new weather app

While there are lots of weather apps out there, very few of them are both stylish and functional. Overdrop by XDA Senior Member brekane manages to achieve both with a beautiful user interface. Overdrop boasts a beautiful UI while combining that with a lot of functionality. What makes the app unique is not its UI, though, it's...

ASUS ROG Phone forums are now open

With the ASUS ROG Phone announced earlier today, we've decided to open up forums for the device. In a world where competitors like the Razer Phone and the Xiaomi Black Shark exist, the ASUS ROG Phone is going to need as much help as it can get to take off and grow. Oftentimes the development...

Xiaomi Mi 8 and Alcatel 1X forums are now open

Earlier this week, we saw a couple of interesting devices get announced. The Xiaomi Mi 8 is Xiaomi's newest flagship phone, bringing a screen notch with infrared face scanning hardware, similar to what we saw in the iPhone X, to their current formula. The device also has as an in-display fingerprint scanner on the higher-end...

Battery Charging Animation shows custom animations while your Android device charges

Animations are becoming more and more popular these days on Android. We have devices with hardware now that is powerful enough to handle them at a smooth 60 frames per second. So XDA Junior Member neelam.bhanu has whipped together an application called "Battery Charging Animation" that shows custom charging animation on the screen with your current battery percentage. Along...

Floating Volume lets you quickly adjust your Android’s volume levels on any screen

It can be very important for some people to have quick access to all of the different volume sliders that Android has to offer at the same time. Stock Android tries to give the best of both worlds by letting you tap a down arrow after you press a volume button, but that requires an...

Nokia 5.1, Nokia 3.1, and Nokia 2.1 forums are now open

It's been a big week for Nokia as the company launched three new smartphones while also bringing some highly requested features to their current roster of devices. The launch of the Nokia 2.1, Nokia 3.1 and the Nokia 5.1 is what took center stage for the company, though, as they serve as the company's successors...

How to build LineageOS 15.1 on a Windows 10 PC

LineageOS is the most popular custom AOSP-based ROM out there. The latest version, LineageOS 15.1, is based on Android 8.1 Oreo and the official roster has grown significantly since release. The team is always looking for more help whether it's by adding new features or supporting more devices. If you are interested in contributing to...

Subby helps you manage your online subscriptions so you never miss a payment

We're becoming a society of subscriptions. Customers pick and choose which services they want from each company and then pay a monthly subscription fee for each of them. The more services you subscribe to the more difficult it can be to know which payments are coming up next and when they're due. This is where...