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Introduction to Android Oreo

Android 8.0 Oreo is the most recent version of Android accessible from Google. Android oreo available for the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Pixel C and both smartphones. The Sony Xperia XZ1 is the first device available with oreo pre-installed. The second,considered beta quality, was released May 17, 2017. The third developer preview was released on June 8, 2017 and offered a finalized version of the API. On July 24, 2017, a fourth developer preview was released which included the final system behaviors…

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Best Tutorial Websites for Android 2017

Here  I have compiled a list of 20 Best tutorial websites for Android 2017, following websites are absolutely free and have myriad of useful and easy to understand tutorials and videos from which you can learn and understand Android easily.  Let’s have a look at the 20 best websites for learning Android programming. 

Top 25 free android games 2017

Here’s our updated  roundup of the very best free Android games 2017.   There is a massive list of android  Games. So It may be hard to find the best game, I have listed the top 25 free Android games 2017 that would make you to search easier.

Rooting An Android Phone

What does “root” mean? Rooting is essentially giving you administrative access to your device. Once your device is rooted, you will have an application by the name of Superuser that can be found in your app drawer. This application is where you can control the permissions of any applications that require “administrative” rights. This is a simple way of looking at it.

Differences between Android Studio and Eclipse

what are the differences between the two can mean for your development proces? This article shows the differences between android studio and eclipse Differences in working with Android Studio and Eclipse First thing is that there is no need of workspaces and sub projects.in eclipse we are familiar with the multiple components projects and libraries. which are compiled into .jar files which are included in the final resulting application.

How to Unlock Android Phone

The main reason to set up some sort of lock screen security on your smartphone is to keep strangers (or friends) from checking out your messages or private pictures. Beyond that, you don’t want anyone who dares to steal your phone to get full access to your mails, pictures or other sensitive data. But what if you’re the one who cannot access your phone? You could forget your PIN or pattern, right? Or someone pranks you by setting up a lock screen pattern…

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