After almost a year since Google first released Android Nougat, an unofficial build of Xposed framework for the OS is now finally available. The unofficial release comes from the PurifyOS team and not from the original Xposed developer.
After months of delay and missing numerous deadlines, Asus has finally gotten around to releasing the Android Wear 2.0 update for the ZenWatch 3. The OTA seems to be rolling out in batches which means it is not available for all ZenWatch 3 owners out there right away.
Substratum is a popular theme engine for third-party custom ROMs that primarily requires root access to work on certain devices. The developers of Substratum, however, have now managed to get the theme engine to work nicely on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ without root access.
I have been using the OnePlus 5 for over a week now, and as things stand right now, the phone comes with a major deal breaking bug: spotty Wi-Fi connectivity. While phones do ship with a few issues at launch, it is usually addressed soon after launch. OnePlus has also rolled out a couple of OS updates for the 5 since its release last week but they have failed to address the Wi-Fi connectivity issues plaguing the handset.
If the Galaxy S8 or the Galaxy S8+ is your first Android smartphone, it is likely that you will be overwhelmed with the sheer number of features that the handset comes with. A frequent question that I have seen many new Galaxy S8 owners ask is how to change the lock screen clock.
The Always On Display functionality on the Galaxy S8 and S7 remains one of my favorite features of the device. Samsung had first debuted this feature with the Galaxy S7 in 2016 and has kept refining it since then.
Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, have received ravishing reviews from major publications and consumers alike. After the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 last year, Samsung seems to be back in the game this year with its bezel-less Galaxy S8 and S8+.
Depending on who you ask, Google Fit is either terrible or the best platform to manage one’s health and fitness related data. Its ability to integrate with other third-party apps really makes it worth using despite its step counting and other captured data being not as reliable. Then, there’s Samsung Health.
Like with other Mi devices launched in India over the last couple of years, the company’s latest budget wonder — the Redmi 4 — also comes with an IR blaster. While other OEMs have ditched the IR blaster on their devices, Xiaomi remains the only company that continues to offer this handy sensor on its devices.