ANDROID 6.0 MARSHMALLOW Posts on XDA

Paranoid Android Announces Nextbit Robin Support, ROM Update And Nougat Plans

The folks over at Paranoid Android, the custom ROM that brought to us features like Per-App Layouts, Floating Windows and Pie Controls way back in the day, have still kept themselves busy all this time. Today, they bring us news that they have added another device to their supported device lineup, along with a ROM...

Android Nougat still has Flappy Droid and the Dessert Case Daydream

With every new iteration of Android, Google introduces a new Easter egg "hidden" away in settings. I say "hidden" because these Easter eggs are more of an Android tradition/Google inside-joke by this point, rather than something we're supposed to actually hunt for. To access the Easter egg in Android, all you have to do is go...

OnePlus X Finally Receives Android 6.0 via OxygenOS 3.1.0 Community Build

At the time of its release, the OnePlus X was a decent entry into the early-mid ranges in the smartphone market. For an affordable price, you basically got the internals of the OnePlus One in a smaller package, and that wasn't a bad thing. But lately, thanks to increased competition from various sources, the OnePlus X has...

Android-x86 Project Releases Android 6.0 RC2!

If you are someone who runs Android on your laptop or desktop, you may have heard of the Android-x86 project. For those who haven't, the Android-x86 program is an initiative by volunteer developers to port over and run Android onto desktops and laptops running on AMD or Intel processors. After pushing out Android 6.0 Marshmallow in...

CyanogenMod 13.0 Snapshot Build ZNH5Y Rolling Out for Supported Devices!

CyanogenMod has been a strong driving force in the world of 3rd party development. Back when it came out, CyanogenMod started off as a small project for the HTC Dream aka the T-Mobile G1. But now, the project spans over literal hundreds of devices, offering the enthusiast community a way out of heavy and bloated systems...

Remix OS Based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow Now Available for Google Pixel C & Nexus 9!

We've talked a lot about Remix OS in the past. Remix OS is helping create better Android tablets, and in their quest, we've partnered with them to host their forums here on XDA. Recently, Remix also went on to announce Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for their OS builds. Today's announcement brings the Remix OS love to one more...

How to Change Your Android Encryption Password Without Changing Your Lock Screen Password

As more and more users seek better protection for their private data across the technological space, Google has continued to introduce additional features in Android for their more privacy minded consumers. Notably, Google introduced full disk encryption (FDE) in Android Lollipop and made it a requirement for any device shipping with Android Marshmallow to have FDE...

OnePlus 3 Specs Registered, New Pebbles Kickstarting Now, Project Ara Alive!

The OnePlus 3 has been registered with China's TENAA. Project Ara is not dead and is getting closer to release! Pebble has launched a Kickstarter for the Pebble 2, Pebble Time 2 and Pebble Core! Those stories and more are talked about by TK as he covers the news from the week ending May 27, 2016...

Top 5 Hidden Features in Google Photos

Google Photos is a popular app, but do you know all of its tips and tricks? Recently we talked about the Top 5 Hidden Features in Google Keyboard and the Top 5 Hidden Features in Google Chrome. Today, we show you the Top 5 Hidden Features in Google Photos. Did you know these tricks? Did...

Choetech Quick Charge 3.0 & USB-C Charger Reviews and Giveaway!

Today XDA TV Host TK reviews a plethora of Quick Charge 3.0 devices from Choetech. Additionally, XDA is giving away  thirty (35) Choetech chargers. To learn about these Quick Charge 3.0 devices check out the video and to learn how to win check out the portal article. Be sure to check out other great XDA TV Videos. Links: ...

Google Announces Allo-Duo, Google Home and More at I/O 2016!

Google announced Allo and Duo, Google Home and more at I/O 2016! Google talked about Virtual Reality and Android Wear! Those stories and more are talked about by TK as he covers the news from the week ending May 20, 2016 at XDA-Developer.com. Check out this video! Be sure to check out other great XDA TV...

VR Space: The Last Mission – VR Game Review

There is a lot of talk about virtual reality right now, and while the HTC Vive and Oculus are the big players, Google Cardboard still has some power. XDA TV Host TK takes a look at a VR game for your Google Cardboard. Check out this video to learn about VR Space: The Last Mission,...