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Android Police 02/28/2020 17:26
The universal dark theme toggle in Android 10 is great, but it's always nice to have the option to force a certain theme on a per-app basis. For those of you who want the dark Play Store all the time, instead of only when your phone has dark mode enabled, Google is experimenting with an option to do just that. A new Theme setting is now visible in the Play Store on some devices, which allows the Play Store to switch between light, dark, and automatic modes. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/28/2020 16:13
When you think Android TV Box, you might think right away, but the company best known for its graphics cards isn't the only one offering a capable big screen experience for Android. Xiaomi's Mi Box S is a neat little device outputting 4K HDR to your TV, and it's on sale at , going for only $30. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/28/2020 15:47
At least according to a leaked screenshot. Google is on a rampage to transcribe anything that generates speech on its Android platform in real-time. For most Android phones, users can transcribe voice memos with . Pixels, though, can get system-wide transcription with . So, where's the next step forward? Maybe it's with calls. Software leaks blogger Jane Manchun Wong posted a couple of screenshots of some app settings in an unreleased version of Google's video chat app. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/28/2020 15:14
Rumors say Microsoft is aiming for a summer 2020 release. Microsoft's first Android phone is the Surface Duo, a folding device with two separate screens aimed at productivity work. The Duo was , and Microsoft expected to release it near the end of this year. However, if rumors are to be believed, the Duo could be released as early as this summer. Citing sources familiar with the company's plans, Windows Central reports that the Surface Duo is nearly ready for full production, with Microsoft mostly just polishing the software experience right now. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/28/2020 14:58
Besides fixing a couple of issues. After , OnePlus is back on track with its release schedule and is keeping up with its commitment to push bi-monthly security updates. It released the December patch to the OnePlus 6T and 6 , along with a slew of minor fixes, and now the two 2018 flagships are getting a bump to the February level . One of the major issues after Android 10’s rollout is some screen flickering that appears when the device is unlocked with a swipe. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/28/2020 14:51
It's just fine, y'all. Someone took apart a rotary phone, removed the call-making guts of it, and replaced them with a . The best part about this mess of circuitry? The receiver acts as the smart speaker's output. Yes. A person by the screenname of Movieman_75 mostly posts memes in Gen Z-type subreddits, but he has shown off his creative side with a Minecraft replica of and has asked for help with the keys on he bought on eBay. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/28/2020 14:22
The company will still make lenses for Android phones, though. is one of the largest manufacturers of custom lens attachments for smartphones, with its cases (required for mounting the lenses) available for most flagship Android phones. The company also has a Pro Camera application for shooting manual photos and video, but now Moment is giving up on the Android version of the app. "We love Android," wrote co-founder Marc Barros in an email sent to Moment users, "but unfortunately, we don't have the engineering bandwidth to continue developing this app. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/28/2020 14:17
Unlocked models won't ship for weeks, though. If you were waiting for the Galaxy Z Flip to come back in stock at , get your credit card ready. Following , Samsung has opened orders up again — though dates for shipment vary, with unlocked models set weeks out. AT&T and Sprint versions of the phone both ship by March 3rd, while the unlocked variant won't be in your hands before March 13th-20th (depending on color). was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/28/2020 14:05
Probably leverages some AI, blockchains, and the cloud, too. 5G is a new technology that could eventually change the way we use our phones, but right now, it's also a buzzword, and it's one that companies are all too happy to abuse. Whether it's Verizon announcing it's bringing mmWave 5G to , or AT&T straight-up lying with its the 5G abuse never seems to stop, and now Samsung's announcing a new OLED screen "optimized" for — you guessed it — 5G. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/28/2020 12:40
If the was still a bit too pricey for your liking, another more affordable option has just come across our digital desk. From now through the end of today, you can pick up a brand new . This Dell 2-in-1 Chromebook features an 11.6" HD touchscreen display, an Intel Celeron processor, 32GB of eMMC storage, and 4GB of RAM. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/28/2020 12:00
Don't miss out on the sales for Old Man's Journey, Back to Bed, and ELOH. Welcome to Friday, everyone. The end of the week is here, and so I have a few app and game sales to share with everyone today. While it would appear today is a slower day for sales, there are a few notable games in the list, such as. ,. , and. . As always, I've highlighted the interesting titles in bold to make discovery easier. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/28/2020 11:45
The trojan primarily targets banking apps. Using app-generated one-time passcodes (OTPs) is perhaps the easiest and most cost-effective way to add a second authentication layer to all your online accounts and services. They eliminate almost any chances of an unauthorized person accessing your accounts even if they’ve got hold of your passwords. But it would be a scary situation if the passcodes within those apps were compromised, and that's just the threat Google Authenticator is facing right now thanks to some banking malware. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/28/2020 11:30
Just add "_nomap" to your network's name. When you use Google Maps or any other service that needs your location, your Android phone doesn't only rely on a GPS signal to quickly find your position. It also uses other clues, such as which Wi-Fi networks or which cell towers are closest to you, which the company maps via crowdsourcing and Street View cars. You can set your phone to GPS-only, but what if you want to hinder Google from collecting data on your Wi-Fi network? was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/28/2020 11:00
Saying goodbye to LineageOS 15.1. LineageOS is the most popular custom ROM around, boasting support for dozens of popular phones. While most new development in the past year has focused on bringing Android 9 Pie to new devices, Lineage has continued to offer an Oreo ROM for older phones, but that option is sadly going away. The LineageOS build server has been updated to remove all Oreo devices, with a reading, "changes to repo make this difficult to build successfully with the setup required for doing 16/17 builds concurrently." As a result, builds for the 20 phones and tablets that were never updated to Pie are ending. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/28/2020 10:56
Have we hit peak flat phone? Samsung's 2020 Galaxy S family includes three devices again, but they've all moved a bit up-market from 2019. There's no "e" variant this year, and the base model S20 starts at $1,000. Samsung understandably favors to top-of-the-line model, the $1,400 Galaxy S20 Ultra. This phone has all the bells and whistles including a Snapdragon 865, 5G (sub-6 and mmWave), and a revamped camera setup featuring a periscope zoom module. With all that hardware, the S20 Ultra has ballooned to 6.9-inches, and it weighs almost half a pound. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/28/2020 08:53
Most currently supported devices have likely already been updated. These days, most people connect to the internet via Wi-Fi. We've been taught that on unprotected, open hotspots, you can easily be followed around the web, but generally, we would assume that password-protected networks are relatively safe from outside attacks. As it turns out, a vulnerability in the widely used Wi-Fi protected access 2 (WPA2) protocol lets hackers view unencrypted connections on these networks, even if they don't know the password. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/28/2020 08:11
You'll have to manually set the duration per podcast though. Since most podcasts start with a jingle and a small intro, possibly even ads, several podcast players have implemented a skip feature that lets you avoid those. You set up a specific duration per show (anything from a few seconds to a couple of minutes) and the app will automatically jump over that part and start playing. Pocket Casts is now adding a similar option, but for outros. was written by the awesome team at .
Android Police 02/28/2020 08:11
Letting you control what anyone first sees after Googling your name. When you search for any celebrity's name on Google, you first see a special card with several of their details. If you do that for a regular person, you're not going to get anything beyond the regular search results: their Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, website, and other articles mentioning them. This is about to change as Google is getting ready to roll out customizable public profile cards for users. was written by the awesome team at .

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