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Android P fixes Xbox One S Bluetooth button mapping issues — at least for some controllers

Friday, August 24th, 2018

A couple years back, Microsoft released a Bluetooth-compatible version of it's Xbox One controller, further cementing the company's game controller dominance. But when it came to using one with an Android device, there was a big catch: button mapping was broken compared to other controllers. According to a recent change on Google's bug tracker, that problem has been resolved in Android P.

The issue was marked as fixed by a googler a couple days ago on August 22nd.

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Android P fixes Xbox One S Bluetooth button mapping issues — at least for some controllers was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Android 9 Pie revisited: Our 7 most favorite and 3 least liked features

Saturday, August 18th, 2018

Almost two weeks have passed since Google served us a slice of its official Android 9 Pie. Some of us had followed for months as the different developer previews landed and weren't too fazed by the final release, but for those users who preferred to wait, there were many surprising changes from 8.1 Oreo to 9 Pie.

We've previously listed our five favorite Android P features and five least liked ones, but that was back in March, after the first developer preview and before the implementation of many other interesting changes.

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Android 9 Pie revisited: Our 7 most favorite and 3 least liked features was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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

Tuesday, August 14th, 2018

Over the past few weeks, some owners of the 2016 Pixel XL have reported problems using quick chargers on Android P.

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[Update x2: Will be fixed soon] 2016 Pixel XL owners experiencing issues with quick chargers after Android Pie update was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Android 9 Pie feature tracker: everything that made it in

Monday, August 13th, 2018

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It's been a long journey traveling from P to Pie through the Android 9 developer previews, but Google has recently finished its newest version of Android. The platform has worked its way down Alphabet's alphabet all the way to "P," with this latest version first landing back with the March 7th release of developer preview 1.

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Android 9 Pie feature tracker: everything that made it in was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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

Sunday, August 12th, 2018

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 know, all Pixel phones use USB Power Delivery (USB-PD) for quick charging. Any plug/cable/computer/battery certified for USB-PD should charge the phone at a rate of 5V/3A, and Android will show a 'Charging rapidly' message on the lock screen.

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2016 Pixel XL owners experiencing issues with quick chargers after Android Pie update was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: Now widely available in Pie update] Android P Beta 2 adds 157 new emoji, brings back some gender-inclusive ones

Wednesday, August 8th, 2018

Android P Beta 2 / DP3 just landed earlier today, and while we're digging in to look for new features, a few of the more visually apparent additions have already been revealed. Today's release includes support for Unicode/Emoji 11.0—which was technically only officially released yesterday—as well as some tweaked gender-inclusive family and couple emoji which more closely follow the Unicode standard. 

For the unfamiliar, emoji like Couple With Heart can specify the genders which appear in each, but if no gender is selected, the Unicode standard prefers a more ambiguous presentation.

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[Update: Now widely available in Pie update] Android P Beta 2 adds 157 new emoji, brings back some gender-inclusive ones was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: Now widely available in Pie update] Android P Beta 2 adds 157 new emoji, brings back some gender-inclusive ones

Wednesday, August 8th, 2018

Android P Beta 2 / DP3 just landed earlier today, and while we're digging in to look for new features, a few of the more visually apparent additions have already been revealed. Today's release includes support for Unicode/Emoji 11.0—which was technically only officially released yesterday—as well as some tweaked gender-inclusive family and couple emoji which more closely follow the Unicode standard. 

For the unfamiliar, emoji like Couple With Heart can specify the genders which appear in each, but if no gender is selected, the Unicode standard prefers a more ambiguous presentation.

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[Update: Now widely available in Pie update] Android P Beta 2 adds 157 new emoji, brings back some gender-inclusive ones was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: Now widely available in Pie update] Android P Beta 2 adds 157 new emoji, brings back some gender-inclusive ones

Wednesday, August 8th, 2018

Android P Beta 2 / DP3 just landed earlier today, and while we're digging in to look for new features, a few of the more visually apparent additions have already been revealed. Today's release includes support for Unicode/Emoji 11.0—which was technically only officially released yesterday—as well as some tweaked gender-inclusive family and couple emoji which more closely follow the Unicode standard. 

For the unfamiliar, emoji like Couple With Heart can specify the genders which appear in each, but if no gender is selected, the Unicode standard prefers a more ambiguous presentation.

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[Update: Now widely available in Pie update] Android P Beta 2 adds 157 new emoji, brings back some gender-inclusive ones was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Hands on with Android 9 Pie’s Digital Wellbeing: Phone control for those without self-control

Tuesday, August 7th, 2018

As they say, "If you haven't got your health, you haven't got anything." Most of us probably don't realize that there's more to the subject than just diet and exercise, and how we use our phones can have an impact, too. Once upon a time, our work/life balance was separated by real, physical distance, but thanks to the magic of mobile phones, we can all carry our work home with us in the form of life-interrupting notifications.

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Hands on with Android 9 Pie's Digital Wellbeing: Phone control for those without self-control was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: Now live in Pie] Android P will remember individual volume levels for each Bluetooth device you connect

Tuesday, August 7th, 2018

You pick up your phone, connect your Bluetooth speaker, blast the volume to maximum and start dancing around the house like no one is watching. A couple of hours later, you're headed out to walk the dog so you grab your Bluetooth earbuds, connect them to your phone and the music explodes in your ears at the same high level.

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[Update: Now live in Pie] Android P will remember individual volume levels for each Bluetooth device you connect was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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