Category: Android

Android Q run app simultaneously

Android Q allows two apps run simultaneously without pausing

Although many domestic manufacturers’ custom systems have already added support for split screen and picture-in-picture, Google has not added native split-screen support until the Android 7.0 Nougat system and added support for “Picture in...

test Android Q

Google wants users to test Android Q directly

Although Google has released the Android 9.0 system this year, the speed of adaptation of its smartphones to smartphones has accelerated, and many models have been upgraded to the latest Android systems. However, in the...

Android’s Nearby Notifications

Google removed Android’s Nearby Notifications feature

Google added nearby notifications in an early version of Android, a location-based feature that allows users to receive nearby services and places. Of course, the ideal is full of reality and very skinny. This...

Android Protected Confirmation API

Google added a Android Protected Confirmation API to Android P

At present, Google has already used some Titan M chips on its own Android devices to support the protected confirmation mode in the latest version of Android to prevent attacks and fraud. The Protected Confirmation mode is designed to...

Android-x86

Android-x86 8.1-rc2 releases: Run Android System on PC

If you want to install Android open source solution on x86 machines or x64 computers, you may wish to install Android-x86, which currently base on Android Oreo 8.1. Although many projects are running Android on...