Tag: Android 9.0

Android 9 Pie doesn’t show which apps have notifications blocked, but a fix is coming

Every year, a new version of Android is released, and every year, lots of improvements are made. That’s a given, but sometimes useful features fall by the wayside as well. In Android 8.0 Oreo, you can easily see a list of the apps for which you have blocked notifications. In Android 9 Pie, that list […]

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Google can remotely change the settings of your Pixel or Pie phone, and it just did it by mistake

Count on Google to continually raise the creepiness bar, because the giant tech corporation just made a mistake that it’ll have to soon explain to Android users. Plenty of Android phone owners who have upgraded their devices to Android 9.0 Pie woke up to phones that had the battery saving mode activated, even though they […]

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[Update x2: Will be fixed soon] 2016 Pixel XL owners experiencing issues with quick chargers after Android Pie update

Over the past few weeks, some owners of the 2016 Pixel XL have reported problems using quick chargers on Android P. For most of that time, Android P was still in beta, so bugs were to be expected. Unfortunately, issues with quick charging are still present in the final 9.0 release. As you may already […]

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Android 9 Pie adds support for Wi-Fi Direct printing

SAN RAMON, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Mopria® Alliance, a global non-profit membership organization chartered to drive industry-wide standards and solutions for printing and scanning to connected devices, today announced Android 9 (Pie) users can enjoy Wi-Fi Direct printing to Mopria certified printers as a built-in feature on their mobile devices, courtesy of the Android Default Print Service featuring core […]

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2016 Pixel XL owners experiencing issues with quick chargers after Android Pie update

Over the past few weeks, some owners of the 2016 Pixel XL have reported problems using quick chargers on Android P. For most of that time, Android P was still in beta, so bugs were to be expected. Unfortunately, issues with quick charging are still present in the final 9.0 release. As you may already […]

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HTC Says U12+, U11+, U11, U11 Life Will Receive Android P at Some Point

In a tweet today, HTC confirmed which of its devices will receive an update to Android 9.0 Pie. Officially as of today, HTC plans to launch the update for U12+, U11+, U11, and U11 Life (Android One). Four devices in total. Sadly, the company did not provide a timetable and instead, states that availability will […]

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Android P will be officially released on August 20, according to Evan Blass

According to known leakster Evan Blass, we’re only a few weeks away from Android P’s official release date. Pick up your calendar, folks, and mark August 20, because this is when P will likely drop. The date falls right in line with what we’ve all expected. The Android P Developer Preview timeline said the official […]

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It looks like a Google partner might’ve just leaked Android P’s real name

If recent history is any indication, then Google will release the final Android P build at some point next month. That also obviously means the operating system’s dessert-themed name should be made public pretty soon. A report said back in February that Pistachio Ice Cream it what Google is calling Android 9.0 internally, and then […]

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Pixel Launcher set to get dark theme toggle in future Android build

It’s a feature that we’ve asked for, well, since forever, but it seems that the Pixel Launcher is going to allow users to choose to have a dark or light theme manually. As in, it won’t be automatically determined by your choice of light or dark wallpapers like it is currently. While it is cause for […]

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