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How To Install Google's Android O Developer Preview On Your Pixel Or Nexus Device

Google has finally released the first developer preview for Android O. For owners of compatible Pixel and Nexus devices, here is how to install the first look at Android O into your smartphone.

Google March 22, 2017

Google Releases First Android O Developer Preview: All The New Features You Need To Know

Google has released the first developer preview of Android O, the next version of its OS believed to be called Oreo. Android O doesn’t feature a heavy revamp in terms of visuals, but underneath is where the tweaks become apparent.

Apps/Software March 22, 2017

Google Pixel 2: What To Expect From The Upcoming Smartphone

Google has confirmed its second-gen smartphone, the Pixel 2, giving rise to many rumors and speculations. Here is a look at what one can expect from the impending smartphone.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 18, 2017

Android O Rumors: Possible Name, Features, Release Date, And Everything We Know So Far

Android O is becoming more and more imminent by the day. The next version of Android isn’t due for an unveiling until May, but here are all the rumors and alleged features you need to know.

Apps/Software March 18, 2017

Android O: Google To Reveal Features Of The Upcomig Mobile Operating System At The I/O Event

Latest rumors suggests that Google may be developing some possible features for its rumored Android O mobile OS. It is being expected that the upcoming mobile OS will be launched at Google I/O 2017 to be held in May.

Apps/Software March 8, 2017

Google Reportedly Developing Assistive Features For Android O, With Smart Autocomplete, Finger Gestures In Tow

Google’s Android O will reportedly be equipped with smart assistive features, with an advanced autocomplete schtick and possible finger gestures. Android O’s is expected this May at Google’s I/O developer conference.

Apps/Software March 7, 2017

Forget What You'll Get For Naming Android N: Motorola Says Moto G4 Plus Will Run On Android O

Motorola accidentally revealed that the OS that will succeed Android N is called Android O. The company confirmed its latest Moto G4 Plus smartphone will be upgraded to both Android N and Android O.

Apps/Software May 23, 2016

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