How to install Android P on your phone — a step by step guide

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How to install Android P on your phone — a step by step guide

Want to take Android P for a spin? Here's how to install Android P on the Google Pixel and other compatible smartphones.

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Android P dark and light theme to get a manual toggle

Android P dark and light theme to get a manual toggle

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Before you get too excited, let’s make this clear: Android P isn’t getting a new dark system theme. Actually, Android Oreo already had that to some extent, limited only to a few pieces of the Android UI. But in Google’s wisdom, it thought users would love just how automated switching between light and dark was. Fortunately, Google has seen the … Continue reading

Google Has Released Android P Beta 2

Google Has Released Android P Beta 2

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Google has released Android P Beta 2. Android P Beta 2 includes the final Android P APIs, latest system images, display cutout support, and more.

Google says that Android P Substratum theme breakage is intentional and won't be fixed

Google says that Android P Substratum theme breakage is intentional and won't be fixed

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In a blow to the custom themers out there, Google has responded to the cry for Substratum "support" to return to stock Android. The verdict is that the breakage first spotted in Android P Developer Preview 1 is intentional and that it won't be fixed for the final P release.

Exploring Android P’s slices: Creating interactive and dynamic slices

Exploring Android P’s slices: Creating interactive and dynamic slices

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Once you’ve found your audience, you need to hang onto them! Keep users engaged with your app, by mastering Android P's new slices feature, announced at Google I/O 2018 as part of Android Jetpack.

How to Install Fonts on iPhones and iPads

How to Install Fonts on iPhones and iPads

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Did you know that your iPhone or iPad is capable of installing and displaying different fonts? While you can’t change which fonts are used by the OS itself, you can still use custom fonts in non-system apps like Microsoft Office, iWork, and Adobe CC. You just need to download and install the font you want to use, then select it in the appropriate app. Here’s how. How to Install Fonts on iPhones and iPads Install the free iFont app, which makes it easy to install fonts. Next, download the font you want. You can tap the Download tab on the...

Android P blocks Substratum themes and other custom overlays (Updated)

Android P blocks Substratum themes and other custom overlays (Updated)

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Despite a petition and a lot of upset users, Google has confirmed that support for Substratum will not be returning in later versions of Android P.

Here are some more minor Android P DP3 changes you may have missed

Here are some more minor Android P DP3 changes you may have missed

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Since Android P's inception, we've written over 100 feature spotlight posts about various new changes Google has added in. Even in its third developer preview, lots of changes are still being added, but some are so minor they don't really warrant their own posts. However, if you like nitpicking every little thing like many of us, this might be the post for you.

June security patch creates problems for Nokia 7 Plus units running Android P

June security patch creates problems for Nokia 7 Plus units running Android P

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A June security patch has caused serious problems for Nokia 7 Plus users who are running the Android P beta. Some users report that the update has completely corrupted their system, forcing them to restore. Others are repeatedly seeing error messages.

Android P Could Bring Manual Toggle For Dark & Light Theme

Android P Could Bring Manual Toggle For Dark & Light Theme

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Dark/night mode is a feature that Android users have been asking for for the longest time ever. At some point it appeared that Android could be getting the feature, but that changed. However according to the folks at Android Police, it seems that Android P could finally be bringing that feature to users.