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Stable Android 8.1 Oreo rolling out for Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL beta users
Android 8.1 Oreo, which is now rolling out to Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL devices before other Android smartphones, is bringing a nifty feature that freeloaders will find absolutely useful. Now, the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones, the latest flagship smartphones right from the Google itself have been started receiving the Android 8.1 Oreo stable version, apart from the two earlier Developer Previews which the Android enthusiasts and developers might have tested and fed back. The new update comes with Hamburger Emoji fixed with other new emojis. a neural network API with Pixel visual core support and much more. Check out our What's New in Android 8.1 video below for the full rundown.
If you're sick and exhausted of dealing with Android problems on your Galaxy S8 (or another device), and you've got a Galaxy S8 lying around, think about trying the Galaxy S8 Oreo beta. That said, the Android 8.1 Oreo update is going to be the last Android version update for Nexus 6P.
This is slightly different to the Wi-Fi strength information which is already available on newer Android releases. From the next page, you need to select the Check for update option. Not only will you be able to hear others better, but they'll be able to hear you better too.
If you're not the kind to wait, head on to system Settings About Phone and use the manual search for updates button. After toggling, parties on compatible devices will get high-definition voice calls the allow for "simultaneous voice and data at 4G LTE speeds" when in an HD Voice coverage area.
Magnitude 4.4 quake strikes Delaware: USGS
However, in DE , the quake jolted downtown Dover, sending lawmakers and workers in the statehouse outdoors to see what happened. It caused damage to public buildings, pipes and monuments, most notably the National Cathedral and the Washington Monument.
Israel strikes Syrian military base
Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said the missile strike targeted a military base near Kesweh, south of Damascus. The extent of the damage is not yet clear although the TV report spoke of material losses at the base.
Yemen's ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh killed
The fighting that led to Saleh's death also apparently allowed the Houthis gain control of the majority of Yemen's capital Sanaa. The Houthis' political office on December 2 accused Saleh of staging a "coup" against "an alliance he never believed in".
Orissa second in crimes against women: NCRB
Around 4,882 cases of rape were reported in the state in 2016, followed by UP with 4,816 cases and Maharashtra with 4,189 cases. When it comes to sexual harassment, Andhra Pradesh, with 1,305 cases, is behind only three States in the country.
Brexit deal: hard days ahead as DUP says 'no'
But they added: "A deal is sought, but it all turns on Ireland, and if the Irish government gives Barnier the green light". Key divisions remain on the issues of the Irish border and the rights of European Union citizens living in the UK.
HTC rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo for unlocked U11 today
The smartphone was shipped with Android 7.1 in the USA market, which left users anticipating the update for Android 8.0 Oreo. This and other efficient features will also optimize the smartphone in a way that helps it in saving battery.
Marcus Peters tosses referee's flag into stands
In a major surprise, middle linebacker Darron Lee was listed as one of the Jets' inactives for today's game against the Chiefs. The second-year player has been up and down versus the run this season and struggled in space against the pass.