Android 10 Stories September 13

The dark theme in Android 10 is one of the most anticipated features in the update, but it’s missing some options that users want. One of those is the ability to schedule the dark and light themes in Android 10 based on the time of day and now, thanks to a third-party developer, that’s possible.

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We’re only a few weeks away from the potential first preview of the OnePlus 7T family, and today, a spec sheet for the new device has leaked out. Apparently, we can expect the OnePlus 7T Pro to include a bigger battery and Android 10 too.

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[Update: Widely rolling out] Essential Phone and Redmi K20 Pro get day-one Android 10 updates

Android 10 just dropped today for Google Pixel devices, but it’ll probably be a while before most devices get the update. Breaking that tradition, though, is the Essential Phone, as usual, and Xiaomi’s Redmi K20 Pro with day one Android 10 updates.

Android 10 Stories September 10

Google Pixel calls on Android 10 could be hindered by My Verizon app

If you’re a Google Pixel owner on Verizon Wireless, there’s a good chance that calls have been broken or delayed since the Android 10 update. As many have noted, a weird issue with the My Verizon app is hindering calls.

Android 10 Stories September 9

One of the biggest features in Android Q (or Android 10) is its system-wide dark theme. Everything from notifications to the settings menu has been given a dark overhaul, but apps are also going to be a huge part of that as well. The majority of Google apps support this system-wide toggle, but few third-party developers have followed the company’s lead. Here are some non-Google apps that support Android 10’s dark mode toggle.

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Android 10 Stories September 8

How to open side menus in Android 10 w/ gesture navigation

Gesture navigation is one of the biggest new features in Android 10, but it comes with some radical shifts to how we use the operating system. One interaction users are still trying to learn with the Android 10 gesture system is opening side, or hamburger, menus in applications. Here are a couple of ways to do that.

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