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    Google Maps two-wheelers mode spreads to Indonesia was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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    It can sometimes be a little annoying when a product has different features on different platforms. For example, Gmail’s web interface supports different inbox layouts, such as Important first, Unread first, or Priority Inbox, but unfortunately Gmail’s Android app doesn’t. To add insult to injury, Gmail on iOS also supports inbox types, so users were left feeling puzzled as to why the same feature was present on one platform but not another.

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  • Galaxy Note 8 Oreo: What’s new in Android 8.0 for the Note

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    But very soon the Note is going to be right up to date with the latest Samsung Experience 9 — the same software experience that ships on Samsung’s 2018 flagships.

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    Normally, adjusting the screen timeout option is as easy as going into the display settings and changing the value. However, MIUI does things differently, and the setting is tucked away in the lock screen menu. What’s even more annoying is that the particular setting is labeled Sleep, which means you’re not going to be able to find the option if you search in the settings menu for screen timeout.

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    From its 6-inch display to its 6GB of RAM or 128GB of internal storage, the Huawei Mate 10 Pro packs a whole lot of features to justify its price tag. Right now, the powerful unlocked phone is $100 off, which drops it down to $699.99. It’s available in both blue and silver at this price.

    Our review here at Android Central delved into the pros and cons of this device, stating:

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