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Android N Developer Preview 4 Some Quick Adjustments Are Not as Fast as before

Who do not seem to useful fast Android settings? You slide the notifications window and in a second you on or off the free Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, put the phone in silence and a myriad of settings more.

As well, the last preview of Android N quick adjustments aren’t as fast as they used to be. For example, by touching on the Wi-Fi icon is not turns on or off the Wi-Fi, but a second screen opens to connect to wireless networks quickly and, Yes, disable or enable the feature. Continue reading

Optimization against Power: The Importance of Balance

Vi years ago an ad of tires that said”the power without control means nothing”, and doesn’t lack in reason.” What serves you a boxer be stronger if don’t know its hits direct? His opponent, more agile and intelligent, will prevent much of the shock, where hit has no defenses and win the fight.

I am not discovering anything new when I say that in the smartphone industry, for years, there’s a specifications war that seems to have no end. More powerful processors, more RAM, screens with higher resolution (the size is very variable, luckily for users), all this is increasing every year and there are no signs that it will end soon. Continue reading

Android Security Rewards Anniversary: 250 Reports of Vulnerabilities and Paid $550,000

Today a year ago Google launched Android Security Rewards Program, as its English name suggests it is the program of rewards in which Google will pay the people who discover new vulnerabilities in the operating system, and on the occasion of its first anniversary, Google has made a review of all data obtained during these 12 months.

In a year, more than 250 vulnerabilities have been reported by researchers, which helped to make the safest Android operating system. More than one third of the vulnerabilities were reported in the media server that has now been hardened in Android N to be more resistant to vulnerabilities. Continue reading

This Is The Android Name N According to The Developer Preview 4

The fourth Developer Preview of Android N is here and we already entered into the final stage before seeing the final version that will arrive in two months, after a final Preview. The system is already very mature (until now has its final API) but there is a problem: We still don’t know his name.

This time Google has been listening to the proposals of users in terms of names, but do not accept more suggestions for a week already. One of the names that are more shuffle is Nutella, but there is nothing confirmed. What we can do is go to the Easter Egg from the Developer Preview 4 to see what says. Continue reading

The Bloatware, That Be Evil Which a Times We Can Be Useful

I already spoke a few days ago about the annoying thing is the bloatware, the problems that can bring us and solutions that may contribute to, where possible, eliminate this problem. However, something often as annoying, there are some advantages that, although they are not abundant, we can not ignore.

From time to time, and in an unexpected manner, We see pre-installed applications that can be very useful to us in our day to day or at specific times, with what it is that not all of these applications are useless. Clear that bombard us with so much bloatware is logical to find something that might be useful. Continue reading

8 New Features of IOS 10 That We Remember to Android

As every year, the Apple WWDC Developer Conference is the setting chosen to present all the news software that will come to the Apple products. In addition to the new macOS and watchOS 3 for Apple Watch, in the event the Cupertino also announced the next major update of its mobile platform for iPhone and iPad: iOS 10.

Although 10 iOS is still in preview phase (the final version will come in autumn), we already know what will be the main innovations that will bring to the platform and many of them remind us of our beloved Android. Apple knows very well who is your competition and IOS 10 are closer still to Android. Continue reading

Android N You Can Open Chrome Tabs in Different Windows at The Same Time

We still do not know its final name, but we already have clear is that one of their most important and interesting news is native compatibility with the multi-view. I.e., the possibility to show several applications at the same time in different windows (floating free size or as divisions of the screen).

The advantages that this entails for the productivity they are evident, especially when we take into account that mobile phones are increasingly large and therefore fit more applications in a single screen. Only applications? No, it will also be possible show different tabs Chrome Windowing.For example, could be filling in the statement of income in an anchored window to the right of the screen, while you reading a manual of how filling your taxes. Continue reading

Android N 3 Preview Eliminates Dark Subject, Not The Way Night

3D Touch support is not the only thing that has disappeared with the preview of Android N. 3 The new version of the operating system, the first nominated become stable beta, also dark subject moved ahead, that he had been in the two previous development versions here. Again with reverse gear as in Android Marshmallow?

That version to black background with white letter of all screens of the basal layer is no longer available on devices updated to the latest preview and arouses suspicions about that does not reach the version of consumption as happened a year ago. An alternative that Yes you can find in other layers and launchers. Continue reading

New Devices Created Android N Will Be Updated in The Background, Was Finished Waiting

The next generation of Android devices they take nothing updated a new version of the operating system. With Android N they become the updates in the background, something to thank above all when the Nexus and other devices are now regular security updates every month.

Android N the system of partitions is inspired Chrome OS to update in the background. The operating system will go down and install the OTA in the background on a partition dedicated to that task. When the update is applied then Android will warn us that we have to list a new version of Android and to enjoy the improvements we have to restart. The device will restart normally but will load the new image of the operating system that has been updated in the background. We will not have to wait those long minutes to have applied the update from recovery mode. It will be reset and ready, in a few seconds the device will turn on updated. Continue reading

Samsung May Update Their Flagship a Android N before End of Year, Would It Get?

The preliminary version of Android N is here. Google confirmed the most important innovations that will bring the update at the Google I/O Conference, although the final version will not arrive until the end of summer. The question that now faces the vast majority of users is when will my smartphone be updated?

Samsung could give a joy to your customers updating your mobile star to Android N before end of year. The first lucky to receive the next installment would be Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S6, S6 Galaxy edge, Galaxy S6 edge + and Galaxy Note 5. Will they get it? At the moment a rumor is unconfirmed, but knowing the chaotic pace of South Korean brand updates, We have our doubts. Continue reading

Android N Almost Ready and Marshmallow Just in The 7.5% of Smartphones… Anyone Said Fragmentation?

The Google I/O Conference It gave kick off yesterday with many new features. Mountain View’s hopped on stage to confirm the arrival of Google Home, your new device for home that draws on the intelligence of Google Assistant. There was also space for the virtual reality platform Daydream and, of course, Android N.

We already knew some details of which will be the next major update of the system, but yesterday showed us the new preliminary version of Android-Android N 3 Preview for friends. There are many developments that will come with this installment, but Android still has a pending matter: fragmentation. With 6.0 Android Marshmallow installed in 7.5% of devices and Android N just around the corner, the mosaic of Android is further divided. Continue reading