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Google Releases Android O; Here's Everything You Need To Know

27 March 2017

The final version in expected to be released in the autumn but an updated version of the preview will be available to other users soon. But do note that the process will erase all the data from your smartphone.

Once enabled, the Google Assistant will do everything you expect a modern assistant to do.

Now, Nexus 6P can finally swipe the rear fingerprint sensor to check their notifications once they receive this rollout of the second beta of the Android Nougat 7.1.2.

Android O can now be downloaded right now but you need be a software developer for one of Google's Nexus or Pixel devices and is currently only meant to be used by these developers.

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To uninstall Android O following your trials you will need to download and flash to your device a factory image of Android Nougat.

Well, among the plethora of new features that tag along with this new version of Android, we found this one to be pretty impressive. This comes just days after the first developer preview for the Android 8.0 was released. Among one of the many new changes that have been made with this version, there is a refreshed look for persistent notification. The major difference between the two is that the Google Assistant takes advantage of a friendlier, more conversational interface. Go into the new Sound setting in the menus, and you will find the familiar ringtone selector, but scroll down to the very bottom and you will see the option to add a custom ringtone straight from your phone. This regulation will depend on a number of factors, but the limitations should eliminate problems caused by apps constantly refreshing and updating their content, despite not being actively used.

Yet few Android devices can boast of impressive patch rates. This is a natural extension of Nougat's split-screen mode, giving you more flexibility with how you work on your mobile. Android security team member Andrew Ludwig told TechCrunch that around 78 percent of flagship Android devices in North America were on a current security update. That's an odd OTA, that rather downgrades the OS version than upgrade it.

Google Releases Android O; Here's Everything You Need To Know