ANDROID N DEVELOPER PREVIEW Posts on XDA

Android 7.1 Developer Preview is now Available for the Nexus 5X/6P and the Pixel C

Google's Pixel and Pixel XL are finally making their way into the hands of many happy customers, providing users the first taste of Android 7.1 with some additional goodies over base Nougat. Fortunately for users of the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, or the Pixel C you will no longer have to wait to try out Android...

Here’s Everything Important We Learned from the Android Nougat Dev AMA (INDEXED)

Yesterday, the final Android Nougat developer preview for us to play with began rolling out. At the bottom of the announcement blog post, Google announced that part of their Android engineering team would be hosting an AMA (Ask Me Anything) over on Reddit's /r/AndroidDev subreddit (aimed towards developers). The AMA went live earlier today and was quickly filled...

Android N Developer Preview 4 is Out! Final APIs and Play Publishing

The road to N keeps getting shorter as we see new developer previews popping out. Now, we get the Android N developer preview 4, coming your way through your local ADB or your beta program OTAs! What's new in DP4? Developers will be happy to note that they can now publish apps that use API level...

Android N Preview 3 & Android Wear 2.0 Preview Now Available!

It's Google I/O Christmas, everybody! And with it comes a new Android Developer preview version for your Nexus device, as well as an Android Wear 2.0 preview for Android Wear! First up, the latest beta update for the N Preview comes with various fixes, better performance and stability and a handful of new features. The listed changes can...

Android N Developer Preview Available For Sony Xperia Z3!

Android N is available for just a small number of devices. It’s still a developer preview, so Google deciding to roll it up for a bunch of Nexus devices makes sense. There is some good news, though, as Sony worked closely with big G to provide a preview for their own Xperia phones. At this moment,...

Android N Preview 2 Improved Upon the Awful Recents Screen of Preview 1

The second N Developer Preview has hit our Nexi and with it come many fixes that change the user experience for the better. The great thing about these previews is their iterative nature, and we see this perfectly at play in this update. First of all, we must recall that the first Developer Preview brought multi-tasking...

Multi-Window on Android N Now Lets You Watch Videos Uninterrupted

Multiwindow is shaping up to be the next big thing to hit Android in recent times. It will finally allow tablets an edge over their phablet counterparts, giving them better use of their increased screen real estate. With that being said, Multiwindow is still a continuous work-in-progress. There's a reason that it has remained disabled in...

Android N-ify Xposed Module Aims to Give Your Android 5.0+ Device the Android N Flavor

Android N has arrived..! ...Well, in a limited form at least. And of course, not for everybody. The Android N Developer Preview has been out for supported Nexus devices for a while now. This gives flashaholics a chance to experience something new in Android, long before the general public would get a chance to. Too bad that...

Android N Shows that Google Listened by Bringing Smart Refinements, Requested Features

Android N's developer preview hit us all by surprise yesterday, way ahead of the expected Google I/O announcement, and it brought a small Android christmas to enthusiasts around the globe. Now that we’ve had time to test, dig and discuss, I want to voice some comments regarding what we’ve seen on Android N, and the design...

Android N Preview Quick Look

Android N has dropped. XDA TV Host TK got hands on with the Android N Preview on the emulator. He shows all the neat and new features and functions. Check it out! Be sure to check out other great XDA TV Videos. Best Apps You’ve Never Heard of: Adobe Clip Galaxy S7 Liquid Cooling Has No Liquid?? Open...

Android N Dev Preview Brings Back Dark Mode, Adds Native Night Mode

Adding on to the list of reasons why you should have purchased that Nexus is the inclusion of night mode and the return of the dark mode in the Android N Developer Preview images. What is night mode, you ask? Night mode is a simple term to denote the shift in colors of your display to...