Android Oreo is here!

After months of waiting, Android 8.0 or we can safely call Android Oreo is finally here. Thank god it’s named Oreo after all! Google push the latest successor after all of those developer previews that we as the Nexus/Pixel user have been flashing since the last few months. However, we still have to wait patiently for the OTA or even the factory image. Google has confirmed that build for Pixel and Nexus have entered the carrier testing hinting that OTA should be out soon. Surprisingly this also includes Nexus Player and Pixel C devices. Back in Google I/O, they have promised to bring feature updates including picture-in-picture mode (pip), new auto fill form with permission, notification dots, Android Instant apps and so much more. What I’m interested in is the performance improvement (doubt it will help my Nexus 5X much). Google promised 2x faster boot up time on Pixel, background […]

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Nvidia Shield Tablet K1 Review

Nvidia released a tablet last year called the Shield Tablet , which uses Nvidia’s K1 chip , with gaming in mind . It is the most powerful tablet last year , yes even the latest iPad at that time is no rival with the shield tablet . This year , Nvidia released the Shield Tablet K1 , with very minor changes , mostly to cut cost , like removing the Direct Stylus .  

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Xposed for Marshmallow, It’s Real

There is no doubt that Xposed is the most anticipated tools for Android enthusiast out there. We have seen rapid changes in Android world recently, from KitKat to Lollipop and then another Lollipop with a lot of changes, and the most recent, Marshmallow. With this rapid developments, it won’t stop Xposed developer rovo89, a recognized developer on XDA-Developer to push a big update for Xposed, sort of.

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