If you are a big fan of Xposed framework and its modules, you will be glad to know that an unofficial version of the framework is now available for Android 9.0 Pie. Porting Xposed to a new version of Android has always taken its own sweet time and until the official developer of Xposed — rovo89 — gets around to releasing an update for the framework that adds Pie compatibility, this is the next best thing available for users.
Android 9.0 Pie
The Quick Settings panel in Android is easily one of the most accessed and useful parts of the OS. It allows you to quickly toggle settings like Wi-Fi, mobile data, and control other system settings in just a tap. But did you know that you can customize Quick Settings to your liking as well?
It is always irritating when you hand over your phone to someone for a specific purpose and they end up going through other apps, messages, photos, and other personal data stored on it. Thankfully, you can get around this problem by using Screen Pinning. The feature first debuted with Android 5.0 Lollipop and is also present in Android 9.0 Pie, though just like before, it is buried deep inside the Settings menu.
OnePlus is not a stranger to running prerelease software for its handsets out in the wild ahead of a public rollout of new software.
If you have been waiting for the Digital Wellbeing feature in Android 9 Pie to get out of beta before trying it out, now’s the time.
Yesterday, OnePlus announced the rollout of the official Android 9.0 Pie update for the OnePlus 6. The official rollout comes less than a month after the company started the Android Pie OpenBeta program for the device.
Less than a month after releasing the first Open beta of OxygenOS based on Android 9.0 Pie for the OnePlus 6, the company has announced the official rollout of the update to the public.
With Google officially releasing Android 9.0 Pie to AOSP and its Pixel devices last month, Android OEMs have also started working on bringing the update to their devices. Samsung, known for its notoriously slow update times, has also started working on bringing the Pie update to its current flagship handset, the Galaxy S9.
Earlier today, OnePlus rolled out the first Open beta of OxygenOS based on Android 9.0 Pie for the OnePlus 6. The Open Beta comes after OnePlus released Developer Preview builds of Android P for the handset at regular intervals. Compared to the DP, the Open Beta packs more features and its more stable in nature as well.
OnePlus today rolled out the first Open Beta of Android 9.0 Pie for the OnePlus 6. An open beta means OnePlus 6 owners can sideload the update on their device manually if they wish to experience the latest version of Android on their device.