Android P Developer Preview Stories June 6
How to manually install Android P Developer Preview 3 on Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL
Several weeks after Google unveiled the second Developer Preview, the company this morning released the third build. Developer Preview 3 includes a bunch of bug fixes, user experience improvements, and much more. Here’s how to manually install Android P DP3…
Android P DP3: ‘Clear All’ button is back in multitasking menu
Android P’s beta changes up a lot of things we’ve had in Android over the years, but it also removes some fan favorite features. In the last preview users quickly noted that the “clear all” button was removed from multitasking, but now it’s back…
Android P DP3: Google Pixel 2’s color adjustment menu shows a new picture for reference
Google’s Pixel 2 smartphones are some of our favorite on the market, but display colors have not been their strong point. To remedy the muted display colors, Google introduced tuning options in the software. Now, in Android P, that option is getting a slight upgrade.
How to sideload the Android P Developer Preview 3 OTA file on Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL
The third Android P Developer Preview is now live, along with the OTA files for the update. If you’re on DP2 (otherwise known as Beta 1) and don’t want to wait for the update to eventually make its way to you, you can manually install it yourself. Here’s how…
Android P Developer Preview 3 is rolling out this morning as the first update following the announcement of several marquee features at I/O 2018. We’re installing the factory images right now to explore the latter, but in the meantime catch up on all the new app features with our updating (reverse chronological) list below.