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Google releases Android Q Beta 6 with last-minute gesture navigation tweaks

We’re in the endgame now… for Android Q. The fifth beta release came out last month, but Google wanted to squeeze in one last update before the finished product. Android Q Beta 6 is now rolling out to Pixels in the beta OTA program, and flashable images should be available shortly.

There’s nothing too exciting in this release, at least on the surface. Beta 6 is the final template for Android Q, and Google says there won’t be any further changes to features, behaviors, or APIs. Read More

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Android Q Beta 5 now available for the Nokia 8.1 w/ July 2019 security patch

Outside of the rare early release like we saw from OnePlus last week, security patches and Android Q Beta builds arrive on Google’s Pixel devices first, with other OEM devices following some time later. Almost a full month after the release of Android Q Beta 5, HMD Global is now rolling out an updated developer build to their Android One-powered Nokia 8.1, one of the best affordable Android phones on the market.


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Google shows off its new emoji designs that will debut with Android Q

The Unicode Consortium codified 230 new symbols — well, 65 new symbols plus many skin tone, color, and gender variants — as part of its Emoji 12.0 update released back in March. But it does takes a good long while for tech companies to draw up and deploy unique designs for concepts such as “pinching hand,” “otter,” and “razor.” Fortunately for people who use Google products, that particular company has published its final drafts to the public in time for World Emoji Day and they’re all ready to be officially rolled out for use in Android Q. Read More

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Android Q Beta 5: Notification channels can now be turned off w/ a pop-up panel

We found a ton of new changes in Android Q Beta 5 yesterday, but there are still changes hiding behind the scenes. Today, we’ve spotted that Google is now using the Settings Panel feature to make it a bit easier to adjust settings on notification channels with Android Q.


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