Google is developing emulator: run the full version of Android on Chrome OS

Compared with the traditional Windows notebook or Macbook, Google Chromebook has obvious advantages – it is native support for running Android applications. But for developers, only the application level to support Android App is not enough, to be happy to debug their applications, they need a complete Android emulator.   According to foreign media Android Community […]

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Android: Linux kernel Long-Term Support has been extended to 6 years

For the Android-based mobile operating system, the current only 2 years of Linux kernel “long-term support” (LTS) has become too short. But during a speech about Android Project Treble, Google’s Iliyan Malchev announced that the Linux kernel LTS would “properly” be extended to six years. For chipmakers, this will help them overcome a range of problems. In the […]

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Suspected Android 9.0 exposure: codename will start with P?

Although Android 8.0 has been officially released, in addition to a small number of pro-son models and third-party developers produced a small brush machine package, the vast majority of mobile phones have also missed the taste of Android 8.0. And when you are still using Android 8.0 to worry about when Google has been restarted the […]

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Android 8.0 Oreo need to manually allow the installation of each “unknown source” app

Google listed the focus of Android 8.0 Oreo but seems to have forgotten to tell you one thing. When installing third-party Android apps outside of the Play Store, there is no checkbox for “Allow unknown sources”. But we do not need to worry too much because Google just adjusts the place where it appears, and this is […]

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