Android P Overview Updated June 18, 2018

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February 2018 - June 2018

Android P Stories June 18

Third-party launchers are a fun and easy way to customize your Android experience, and one of our personal favorites is Action Launcher. This week, the popular launcher is picking up a fresh update with some handy new features and improvements.

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Android P Stories June 14

When the first Android P Developer Preview began to roll out, users noticed that they were no longer able to theme their devices using the Substratum theming engine. After over 11 thousand people signed a petition demanding that this “feature” be added back, Google has released a comment.

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Deal: Get Pixelbook at 25% off: $750!

Android P Stories June 11

After the Android Wear rebrand to Wear OS, Google in March announced a developer preview based on Android P for its wearable platform. The big focus was on conserving battery life, but the company faced some pushback over constraints and as a result refined them with Developer Preview 2 at I/O 2018. Today, the company is again toning down those changes.

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Google surprised us back at I/O this year when it revealed that, for the first time, a handful of OEMs would be joining in on the beta program for the next version of Android, P. Sony was on that list and today, the company is updating its build for the Xperia XZ2 with Google’s latest improvements and more.

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Android P Stories June 6

Essential Phone is receiving the latest Android P build w/ bug fixes & June security patch

The third Android P Developer Preview started rolling out to Pixel devices today with the final APIs, SDK, and Play Store publishing. Now, not even a day later, Essential has announced that this build of Android P will be making its way to the Phone with a handful of bug fixes.

How to roll back to Oreo from the Android P Developer Preview

Have you installed the Android P Developer Preview and find it too unstable for your liking? Well, good news because you can go back to Oreo. Unfortunately, though, it will require you wiping your device. Here’s how.

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