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  • These are the U.S. carriers that have updated the Galaxy S8 to Android Oreo

    The February 2018 security patch also makes an appearance.

    Android Oreo has been rolling out to unlocked models of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ since February 22 after Samsung fixed a bug with its initial build, but there’s been no word as to when U.S. carriers would begin updating their versions of the phone. Thankfully, that’s starting to change.


    Verizon recently updated its official support page for the Galaxy S8, indicating that Oreo started being pushed to the phone on March 15, 2018. The build number for the S8 is G950USQU2CRB9, whereas the one for the S8+ is G955USQU2CRB9.

    Similar to what we’ve seen for past updates, Oreo adds picture-in-picture, the Autofill API, and much more to the S8/S8+. This changes the Samsung Experience to v9.0, and it also adds the February 2018 security patch. I’m not sure why we didn’t get the more recent March patch, but I digress.


    Just a day after Verizon started pushing Oreo to the Galaxy S8, T-Mobile was quick to follow in its fo…

  • Android 8.0 Oreo rolling out to Galaxy Note8

    Samsung began rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ in early February (only to hit pause for about a week to fix random reboots), and Verizon became the first US carrier to roll out Oreo to those devices a couple days ago. Now there’s…

  • How to get March Madness scores with Google Assistant

    Ok Google… who broke my bracket today?

    The Big Dance is just beginning, and while there are apps aplenty to keep bracket-makers and die-hard fans watching and trash-talking, not all of us need that. Some of us just want to see how far our local team has gotten so far. Some of us just need a quick way to find out what channel the next good game’s going to be on. Some of us just want to get the score and then get on with our lives.

    Some of us just need Google Assistant.

    First, a word about the women’s teams

    According to Google Home’s sports support page, Google Home only covers basketball scores from the NBA, the WNBA, and Division 1 Men’s teams of the NCAA. So, if you want to follow the Louisville men, you’re fine, but if you want to follow the women, you’ll have to look to other apps instead.

    Looking up a particular team score

    If you just want to see how far your alma mater has gotten or if the home team is playing today, Google Assistant is all over this. In fact, when…

  • Best March Madness apps for Android in 2018

    The NCAA Tournament is in full swing. These apps will help you keep up with your bracket.

    Game on. The 2018 NCAA Tournament (that’s college men’s basketball, in case you’re not into such things) is underway. That means countless work hours lost over the next couple weeks, but specifically in these early days as we all pore over our brackets, hoping to avoid the bust and advance to the next round.

    Sadly, we don’t all have televisions in our offices. But seeing as how this is 2018, there’s more than one way to keep up with the tourney. A trusty web browser is one, of course. But you’re on the go. That’s where these handy Android apps come in.

    NCAA March Madness Live
    ESPN Tournament Challenge
    CBS Sports


    theScore is a longtime sports staple on Android. Follow leagues, teams and even individual players. You’ll get real time updates on scores, stats and news, and the ability to fine tune and personalize that feed. It’s got a dedicated tournament section, with a sm…

  • Best Tempered Glass Screen Protectors for Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

    What’s the best screen protector for the Galaxy Tab S3?

    If you’re going to bother getting a screen protector for your Galaxy Tab S3, then you’ll want to go with tempered glass. If it cracks or chips, it won’t turn into sharp, scratchy shards of death; it’ll become blunt bits, so your screen will stay pristine. That being said, tempered glass is very strong, so you’d be hard-pressed to mess it up without much force.

    Here are the best tempered glass screen protectors for your Galaxy Tab S3.

    IQ Shield


    Pleson’s $30 tempered glass screen protector for the Tab S3 is made to fit perfectly. Its precise laser cut means that your whole screen is protected — no more, no less. Pleson glass features an oleophobic (oil-resistant) and hydrophobic (water-resistant) coating, as well as a surface that repels dirt and dust, so you shouldn’t see fingerprints and if water hits your screen, it’ll just bead and roll off.

    Pleson offers a lifetim…

  • Xiaomi releases Oreo kernel source code for the Mi A1

    Xiaomi promised that the Mi A1 would receive Oreo by the end of 2017, and the company hit a buzzer-beater by rolling out Android 8.0 to the Android One device on December 30th. But the kernel source code was nowhere to be found, a violation of the GNU General Public License, version 2 (GPLv2), and an affront to the development and enthusiast community. It’s about two-and-a-half months late, but Xiaomi has finally released the Android 8.0 Oreo source code for the Mi A1.

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    Xiaomi releases Oreo kernel source code for the Mi A1 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • 3 Vero features that Facebook and Instagram should steal

    While Vero may or may not have lasting power, the app has some worthwhile features that Facebook should poach.

    It’s been about a month since Vero – True Social burst into public consciousness as the hip new social media platform and… so far, it hasn’t really lived up to the hype.

    If you’re one of over a million people who signed up for Vero in the past month you may be, like me, enjoying the design of the app itself but ultimately turned off by the comparably minuscule social network offered.

    But what if Facebook took a cue from Vero and poached some of its best features?

    A return to the chronological feed

    One key part of Vero’s pitch to potential users is the chronological news feed. My Vero newsfeed is pretty slow, but as friends make posts I can catch up by going through the past day hour by hour. It’s why Vero proudly claims to use no algorithms to determine the content that you see, and it’s a direct shot at Facebook, which has been attempting to better curate the ne…

  • Moto X4 vs. Honor View 10: Which should you buy?

    Motorola and Honor both have a tight grip on the mid-range space.

    When you think of mid-range phones — that is to say, phones that are too expensive to be called affordable, but not quite as pricey as flagships — chances are your mind immediately gravitates towards either Motorola or Honor. Both brands have long established themselves within the territory, consistently providing phones with excellent performance and build quality at a reasonable cost.

    The two phones in question are no exceptions. The Moto X4 combines beautiful hardware with convenient gestures, while the Honor View 10 banks on its powerful AI capabilities. So which one should you buy?

    What the Moto X4 does better

    It’s hard to beat the aesthetic quality of the Moto X4. This phone features a glass and aluminum build befitting of much more expensive devices, with a striking high-gloss coating and hand-hugging curves along the back. Yes, this design is predictably slippery and fragile, but it’s far more…

  • How to fix PlayStation 4 controller jitters

    PS4 controller got the jitters? Here are some things to try.

    One of the most important elements of gaming is your controller. The controller is your entry point to whatever world you are choosing to inhabit. If you are having problems with your controller then you are going to have problems in your game. There is nothing quite as frustrating as knowing what you want to do but not being able to achieve it because there is an issue with your controller.

    One relatively common issue with PlayStation 4 dual stick controllers seems to be the jitters. It’s as if your controller has had too many cups of coffee. If you are experiencing this issue, you will find that input from your sticks (usually the left) will start to stutter. You will push the stick forward and rather than seeing smooth movement on the screen you will see movement that starts and stops with no seeming rhyme or reason.

    Have no fear. Before you toss that dual-stick in the trash, let’s take a look at what you can try to r…

  • The best Galaxy S9 features you might’ve missed

    The day has arrived: the Samsung Galaxy S9 is finally, officially on the market. As you already know if you’ve checked out the full Android Central review, the Galaxy S9 is an excellent smartphone. The thing is, it’s also similar enough to its predecessor in appearance that you may be deceived into thinking there’s not much new here. But unless you’re upgrading from something super-recent like a Galaxy S8, there’s actually a ton of updates to uncover, some of which I’ve been asking Samsung for for years.

    So if you’re new to the Galaxy S9, new to Samsung, or just hankering for some smartphone nerditude to close out the week, I recommend the following procedure. First, take in the official MrMobile review video. Then, join me for the above walkthrough of my favorite under-represented Galaxy S9 features. And finally, if you’ve got a favorite Galaxy S9 feature of your own to share, I’d love to hear about them – drop ’em in the comments on YouTube, and be sure t…

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