ANDROID O Posts on XDA

Despite Removal, You Can Still Customize Nav Bar & Lockscreen in Android O DP3 — Here’s How

The Android O Developer Preview has now reached its third release, meaning the final APIs are ready and Google is readying up for an imminent and proximate release with only minor bug fixes to be expected in the remaining Developer Preview. With previous Android O previews, we saw tons of refinements to the user interface...

Android O Developer Preview 3 Rolling Out with Final Android O APIs

Google is giving Android users a treat with a new Developer Preview release. Developer Preview 3 is rolling out today onwards with the final Android O APIs in place, giving developers a chance to make sure their apps are ready for the new update when it goes stable and public. The highlight of this release according...

Nova Launcher v5.2 Brings Android O Style Notification Badges and More to the Stable Channel

Nova Launcher has become the go-to aftermarket launcher for many Android users, and for good reason too. With a wide range of customization options and a focus on performance, Nova Launcher has come out on top against stock launchers and even other replacements on the Play Store. With the latest update of version 5.2, Nova Launcher...

Android O is All But Confirmed to be Android 8.0

Before you snicker at the headline in disbelief, hear me out for a second: while it’s widely assumed that the next major version of Android - Android O - will be version 8.0 of the mobile operating system, it has never actually been confirmed. Take a look around every reputable online publication - nary a...

Android O – Daily Driver for 2 Weeks

https://youtu.be/KrHBVUfoCFA The dust for the Android O Developer Preview 2 is starting to settle, with much of the hype now passed. When it was first released in mid May, Android fans scrambled to get their hands on the new version. TK was one of them, and decided to try it out for 2 weeks to see...

SuperSU v2.82 Released on the Google Play Store

XDA Senior Recognized Developer Chainfire has announced that SuperSU is being updated to version 2.82. The latest app should be available on the Google Play Store already to most users, as the roll out began last week. This comes after a few updates that caused a number of issues with some users. Chainfire and the CCMT company...

Pete Lau Confirms OnePlus 3 And 3T Will Get Android O

It's only a matter of time to see before we see the official premiere of the much-awaited OnePlus 5. The new flagship smartphone will most certainly be shipped Android 7.1 Nougat, but we expect it to get Android O as well. Today, we have some pretty good news for the owners of OnePlus 3 and...

Nova Launcher Beta Introduces Android O Style Notification Badges

Ever since its first release, Nova Launcher has been one of the finest third party launchers available for Android. It's modern, up-to-date, wicked-fast and works on practically every device with Google's mobile operating system. The most recent beta brings some of the improvements introduced in Android O. Cliff Wade from TeslaCoil posted a changelog of the newly...

A Summary of Google’s 101 Announcements at I/O 2017

The most anticipated event of the year for Android developers and Google fans is officially over. During the I/O 2017, Google announced many new features and improvements that should make their projects even better. Emily Wood, Google's Manager of Global Communication and Public Affairs, published a blog post with all 101 announcements that took place in...

Android O Users Will Update Graphics Drivers Through Play Store

During the Android Fireside Chat that took place at Google I/O 2017, a nice new feature was discussed. It was revealed that users of Android O will be able to update their graphics drivers through the Play Store. This might be one of the most exciting features of the upcoming Android. We know very little about...

Android O Redesigns Emojis – Get Them Now on Android 5.0+

During our earlier coverage of what is new in the first public Android O Beta release (Android O Developer Preview 2), some users noted that we had forgotten to mention the new emojis. No, we didn't forget about our little blob friends. We wanted to wait so you can get your hands on the new, more...

Google May Finally Enable Custom Themes Built on Sony’s RRO Framework

In case you aren't already aware, Google has released the second Android O Developer Preview (Android O DP2) during yesterday's I/O event. We've already done a deep dive into everything new we've found thus far, but there was one thing about DP2 that was bugging me. Everyone who received the beta update or manually flashed...