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Realme XT gets Realme UI update based on Android 10

Realme has started rolling out a Realme UI update based on Android 10 for realme XT Smartphone in India. The Update Version is RMX1921EX_11_C.01

Realme XT Android 10


Complete changelog below:

[Visuals]

• Updated UI to realme UI
• Brand new Real Design makes visuals more attractive and operation more efficient.

[Smart Sidebar]

• Optimized user interface and improved one-handed operation.
• Optimized Smart Sidebar: Replaced File Console with File Manager; removed OSIE Visual Effect and No Notification Alerts.
• Drag an app out of Smart Sidebar to open it in Split-screen Mode.
• Added two new features: “Assistive Ball Opacity” and “Hide Assistive Ball on Fullscreen App”.
• Optimized the Floating Window feature for more apps.
• Added Bubbles: A bubble is displayed when you open an app in a floating window from the Smart Sidebar. Tap the bubble to collapse or open the app.

[Screenshot]

• Optimized 3-Finger Screenshot Gesture: Use 3 fingers to touch and hold the screen, and swipe to take a screenshot of the selected part of the screen (partial screen capture). Use 3 fingers to touch and hold the screen, and swipe your fingers outwards to capture a long screenshot.
• Added screenshot settings: You can adjust the position of the screenshot preview floating window and set the screenshot sound.
• Optimized screenshot preview floating window: After taking a screenshot, drag it up and release it to share it, or drag it down and release to take a long screenshot.

[Navigation Gestures 3.0]

• Optimized: New Android 10 navigation gestures
• Optimized gestures:
All gestures are supported in landscape mode.

[System]

• Added Focus Mode: Minimizes outside distractions when you are learning or working.
• Added whole new charging animation.
• Optimized the Quick Settings user interface for easier one-handed operation.
• Added pause feature for screen recording.
• Added a floating window and settings for screen recording.
• New sounds added for file deletion, calculator key touches, and compass pointer.
• Optimized system built-in ringtones.
• Added TalkBack floating prompts for Accessibility.
• New management feature for recent tasks: You can view memory of recent tasks and locked apps.

[Games]

• Optimized visual interaction for Game Space.
• Optimized loading animation for Game Space.

[Homescreen]

• Added new live wallpapers.
• Added artistic wallpapers.
• Added option to open Global Search or the notification panel when swiping down on home screen.
• Added option to customize the size, shape, and style of app icons on homescreen.
• Optimized the graphic design of password unlock to facilitate one-handed operation.
• Support for animated wallpapers on the lockscreen.
• Added a Simple Mode for homescreen, featuring larger fonts, icons and a clearer layout.

[Security]

• Random MAC address Generator: When your phone is connected to Wi-Fi network system generates a random MAC address to avoid targeted ads and protect your privacy.

[Tools]

• In Quick Settings or Smart Sidebar, you can open Calculator in a floating window.
• Added the trim feature in Recordings.
• Added the Weather (dynamic) ringtone, which automatically adapts to the current weather.
• Added weather-adaptive animations in Weather.
• Added audio source selection for screen recording

[Camera]

• Optimized the Camera UI for better user experience.
• Optimized the Timer UI and sound.

[Photos]
• Optimized the Album UI for a clearer structure and photo thumbnails.
• Added Album Recommendations that recognize more than 80 different scenes.

[Communications]
• realme Share now supports sharing files with OPPO, Vivo and Xiaomi devices.
• Optimized the Contacts UI for a more efficient experience.

[Settings]
• Search Settings now supports fuzzy match and contains a search history.

[Music]
• Added Dual Mode Music Share in realme Lab

The Update is rolled out in batches.

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Realme 3 Pro gets Realme UI update based on Android 10

Realme has started rolling out realme UI based on Android 10 for Realme 3 Pro smartphone in India. The updated version is RMX1851EX_11_C.01.

Realme 3 Pro gets Realme UI update based on Android 10

Complete changelog below:

[Visuals]

• Updated UI to realme UI
• Brand new Real Design makes visuals more attractive and operation more efficient.


[Smart Sidebar]

• Optimized user interface and improved one-handed operation.
• Optimized Smart Sidebar: Replaced File Console with File Manager; removed OSIE Visual Effect and No Notification Alerts.
• Drag an app out of Smart Sidebar to open it in Split-screen Mode.
• Added two new features: “Assistive Ball Opacity” and “Hide Assistive Ball on Fullscreen App”.
• Optimized the Floating Window feature for more apps.
• Added Bubbles: A bubble is displayed when you open an app in a floating window from the Smart Sidebar. Tap the bubble to collapse or open the app.

[Screenshot]

• Optimized 3-Finger Screenshot Gesture: Use 3 fingers to touch and hold the screen, and swipe to take a screenshot of the selected part of the screen (partial screen capture). Use 3 fingers to touch and hold the screen, and swipe your fingers outwards to capture a long screenshot.
• Added screenshot settings: You can adjust the position of the screenshot preview floating window and set the screenshot sound.
• Optimized screenshot preview floating window: After taking a screenshot, drag it up and release it to share it, or drag it down and release to take a long screenshot.

[Navigation Gestures 3.0]

• Optimized New Android 10 navigation gestures
• Optimized gestures:
All gestures are supported in landscape mode.

[System]

• Added Focus Mode: Minimizes outside distractions when you are learning or working.
• Added whole new charging animation.
• Optimized the Quick Settings user interface for easier one-handed operation.
• Added pause feature for screen recording.
• Added a floating window and settings for screen recording.
• New sounds added for file deletion, calculator key touches, and compass pointer.
• Optimized system built-in ringtones.
• Added TalkBack floating prompts for Accessibility.
• New management feature for recent tasks: You can view the memory of recent tasks and locked apps.

[Games]

• Optimized visual interaction for Game Space.
• Optimized loading animation for Game Space.

[Homescreen]

• Added new live wallpapers.
• Added artistic wallpapers.
• Added option to open Global Search or the notification panel when swiping down on home screen.
• Added option to customize the size, shape, and style of app icons on home screen.
• Optimized the graphic design of password unlocks to facilitate one-handed operation.
• Support for animated wallpapers on the lock screen.
• Added a Simple Mode for home screen, featuring larger fonts, icons and a clearer layout.

[Security]

• Random MAC address Generator: When your phone is connected to Wi-Fi network system generates a random MAC address to avoid targeted ads and protect your privacy.

[Tools]

• In Quick Settings or Smart Sidebar, you can open Calculator in a floating window.
• Added the trim feature in Recordings.
• Added the Weather (dynamic) ringtone, which automatically adapts to the current weather.
• Added weather-adaptive animations in Weather.
• Added audio source selection for screen recording

[Camera]

• Optimized the Camera UI for a better user experience.
• Optimized the Timer UI and sound.

[Photos]

• Optimized the Album UI for a clearer structure and photo thumbnails.
• Added Album Recommendations that recognize more than 80 different scenes.

[Communication]

realme Share now supports sharing files with OPPO, Vivo and Xiaomi devices.
• Optimized the Contacts UI for a more efficient experience.

[Settings]
• Search Settings now supports fuzzy match and contains a search history.

[Music]
• Added Dual Mode Music Share in realme Lab

The Update is rolled out in batches.

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Honor 10 Lite gets Android 10 Update in India

Honor has started rolling out Android 10 Update for Honor 10 Lite in India. Android version is EMUI 10.0.0.159 (C675E17R1P3) which is 3.56GB.
Honor 10 Lite gets Android 10 Update in India

Android 10 Update based on EMUI 10 Honor 10 Lite brings new animation, dark mode, improved UI, magazine-style lock screen, and more. It brings new capabilities relating to multi-screen collaboration and enables phones to seamlessly communicate with other devices, including drones, televisions, smartwatches, and more.

Check for the update by going to Settings > System > Software update > Check for Updates > Download and install. If you haven't received it just yet, you should see it in the coming days. You can also update using the HiCare app. Open the app, go to Me Section > Settings > Check for Updates. Ensure that you are on the latest version of the HiCare app.

Honor 10 Lite has a 6.21-inch Full HD+ Dewdrop notch display with 19:5:9 aspect ratio powered by Kirin 710 SoC with up to 4GB RAM, 64GB of internal storage, 6GB RAM with 64GB of internal storage.  On-Camera, it has a 13-megapixel rear camera with an f/1.8 aperture along with a secondary 2-megapixel camera for AI portraits and a 24-megapixel front camera Packed with a 3400mAh battery.

Reasons to Buy & Not to Buy Honor 10 Lite 


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Samsung Galaxy M20, Galaxy M30 gets Android 10 Update in India

Samsung has started rolling Android 10 Update based on One UI 2.0 for  Galaxy M30 and M20 smartphones in India. Samsung Galaxy M20 One UI 2.0 update build M205FDDU3CSL4 is about 2.02GB in size and the M30 OneUI 2.0 update build M305FDDU3CSL4 is 1.29GB in size. Both these include Android security patch for December 2019.

Samsung Galaxy M20, Galaxy M30 gets Android 10 Update in India

Android 10 Update brings Clean and easy-to-use interface with minimized pop-ups, New, smarter layout for a visually comfortable experience, enhanced Dark Mode, Focus Mode, Intuitive Device Care menu and more.

Changelog.

What’s new

One UI 2 Core 2 upgrade brings you Android 10 with exciting new features from Samsung and Google based on feedback from users like you. We recommend that you back up your important data to keep it safe during the upgrade. Some apps, including Calculator, Samsung Internet, Samsung Health and Samsung Notes, need to be updated individually after you update your OS.

Dark Mode

  • Night mode name changed to Dark mode.
  • Enhanced image, text, and color adjustments for day and night environments.
  • Darkened wallpapers, widgets, and alarms while Dark mode is on.

The following functions have been deleted: Portrait backdrop, Portrait dolly (Live focus image)
Icons and colors

Clearer app icons and system colors Improved layouts for titles and buttons to eliminate wasted screen space

Full screen gestures Added new navigation gestures.

One-handed mode Settings moved to Settings > Advanced features > One-handed mode.

Device care-The battery usage graph now provides more detailed information.

Digital wellbeing

  • Set goals to keep your phone usage in check.
  • Use Focus mode to help avoid distractions from your phone.
  • Keep an eye on your kids’ activity with new parental controls.

Samsung Contacts

Added the Trash feature for Contacts that you delete will stay in Trash for 15 days before being deleted forever.




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Here's When Samsung phones will get Android 10 Update in India

Samsung has announced an Android 10 update roadmap for its smartphones in India. Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy Note 10 series will be the first to get the Android 10 update in January
Here's When Samsung phones will get Android 10 Update in India

List of Samsung Phones and tablets to receive the Android 10 update 


January2020


  • Galaxy S9, 
  • Galaxy S9+, 
  • Galaxy Note 9, 
  • Galaxy M20, 
  • Galaxy M30, 
  • Galaxy A30, 
  • Galaxy S10e,
  •  Galaxy S10, 
  • Galaxy S10+
  • Galaxy Note 10
  • Galaxy Note 10+

March

  • Galaxy M40

April

  • Galaxy A6
  • Galaxy A6+
  • Galaxy A7 (2018)
  • Galaxy A9 (2018)
  • Galaxy A50
  • Galaxy A70
  • Galaxy A50s
  • Galaxy A70s
  • Galaxy A80
  • Galaxy A80
  • Galaxy Fold
  • Galaxy M30s
  • Galaxy Tab S6

May

  • Galaxy A8 Star
  • Galaxy A10
  • Galaxy A10s
  • Galaxy A20
  • Galaxy A30s
  • Galaxy M10s
  • Galaxy A20s
  • Galaxy A30s
  • Galaxy M10s

June

  • Galaxy On6
  • Galaxy J6
  • Galaxy A20s

July

  • Galaxy J6+
  • Galaxy J7
  • Galaxy On8
  • Galaxy J8
  • Galaxy Tab S4
  • Galaxy Tab S5e

August

  • Galaxy Tab A8
  • Galaxy Tab S5e

September

  • Galaxy Tab A (2018) 10.5
  • Galaxy Tab A 10.1

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List of Phones to get Android 10 Update

Google has announced Android Q will be named Android 10. Android 10 comes with System-wide Dark Theme, Permission Revamp, Desktop Mode. Here's List of Phones to get Android 10 Update.
List of Phones to get Android 10 Update

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List of Nokia Phones to get Android 10 Update

Google has announced Android Q name which will be Android 10. Nokia has announced a list of phones which will be getting Android 10 update. Android 10 Update rollout starts in Q4, 2019.



Q4 2019


  • Nokia 7.1
  • Nokia 8.1
  • Nokia 9 PureView

Q1 2020
  • Nokia 2.2
  • Nokia 3.1 Plus
  • Nokia 3.3
  • Nokia 4.4
  • Nokia 1
  • Nokia 5.1 Plus
  • Nokia 8 sirocco
  • Nokia 6.1
  • Nokia 6.1 Plus
  • Nokia 7 Plus

Q2 of 2020

  • Nokia 2,1
  • Nokia 3.1
  • Nokia 5.1
  • Nokia 1

Top Features of Android 10

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Android Q Beta now available for Pixel Phones, Top Features of Android 10

Google has started rolling out the first developer preview of Android Q to developers. the new update will bring some interesting changes, like better privacy controls and native support for foldable phones. Here's How to install and Top Features of Android Q.

Android Q Beta now available for Pixel Phones, Top Features of Android Q


The first beta of Android Q is available now for any Pixel device, including the first-gen Pixel and Pixel XL — Google says it extended support to those models due to popular demand.

Top Features

Privacy protections

With Android Q, the OS gives users even more control over apps, controlling access to shared files. Users will be able to control apps' access to the Photos and Videos or the Audio collections via new runtime permissions. For Downloads, apps must use the system file picker, which allows the user to decide which Download files the app can access. For developers, there are changes to how your apps can use shared areas on external storage. Make sure to read the Scoped Storage changes for details.

 Android Q will prevent apps from launching an Activity while in the background. If your app is in the background and needs to get the user's attention quickly -- such as for incoming calls or alarms -- you can use a high-priority notification and provide a full-screen intent. See the documentation for more information.

 limiting access to non-resettable device identifiers, including device IMEI, serial number, and similar identifiers. Read the best practices to help you choose the right identifiers for your use case, and see the details here. We're also randomizing the device's MAC address when connected to different Wi-Fi networks by default -- a setting that was optional in Android 9 Pie.


Control over location




With Android Q, the OS helps users have more control over when apps can get location. As in prior versions of the OS, apps can only get location once the app has asked you for permission, and you have granted it.

One thing that's particularly sensitive is apps' access to location while the app is not in use (in the background). Android Q enables users to give apps permission to see their location never, only when the app is in use (running), or all the time (when in the background).For example, an app asking for a user's location for food delivery makes sense and the user may want to grant it the ability to do that. But since the app may not need location outside of when it's currently in use, the user may not want to grant that access. Android Q now offers this greater level of control.

Foldables Phones



Foldable devices have opened up some innovative experiences and use-cases. Google has made number of improvements in Android Q, including changes to onResume and onPause to support multi-resume and notify your app when it has focus.  resizeableActivity manifest attribute works, to help you manage how your app is displayed on foldable and large screens.

Sharing shortcuts
Sharing Shortcut Android Q

When a user wants to share content like a photo with someone in another app, the process should be fast. In Android Q It will be quicker and easier with Sharing Shortcuts, which let users jump directly into another app to share content. The Sharing Shortcuts mechanism is similar to how App Shortcuts works, new API is also supported in the new ShareTarget AndroidX library. This allows apps to use the new functionality while allowing pre-Q devices to work using Direct Share.

Settings Panels
Android Q Settings

You can now also show key system settings directly in the context of your app, through a new Settings Panel API,  A settings panel is a floating UI that you invoke from your app to show system settings that users might need, such as internet connectivity, NFC, and audio volume. For example, a browser could display a panel with connectivity settings like Airplane Mode, Wi-Fi (including nearby networks), and Mobile Data. There's no need to leave the app; users can manage settings as needed from the panel. To display a settings panel, just fire an intent with one of the new Settings.Panel actions.

Dynamic depth format for photos



Many cameras on mobile devices can simulate narrow depth of field by blurring the foreground or background relative to the subject. They capture depth metadata for various points in the image and apply a static blur to the image, after which they discard the depth metadata.

Starting in Android Q, apps can request a Dynamic Depth image which consists of a JPEG, XMP metadata related to depth related elements, and a depth and confidence map embedded in the same file on devices that advertise support. Requesting a JPEG + Dynamic Depth image makes it possible for you to offer specialized blurs and bokeh options in your app. You can even use the data to create 3D images or support AR photography use-cases in the future.


How to get Android Q Beta?

you can enroll here to get Android Q Beta updates over-the-air, on any Pixel device ( Pixel 3, Pixel 2, and original Pixel). Downloadable system images for those devices are also available. If you don't have a Pixel device, you can use the Android Emulator, and download the latest emulator system images via the SDK Manager in Android Studio.

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Phones to get Android 10 Update

Android Q is said to be Android which is the latest user interface from Google. Android 10 comes with System-wide Dark Theme, Permission Revamp, Desktop Mode. Here's List of Phones to Android 10 Update.

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Android Q to come with System-wide Dark Theme, Permission Revamp, Desktop Mode

After Android Pie Now Google is working on Android Q company's next Operating System. Android Q will be announced at Google I/O 2019 Now Android Q build has been leaked

Android Q to come with System-wide Dark Theme, Permission Revamp,  Desktop Mode

System-wide Dark Theme

To enable the dark theme, you just have to tap on the “Set Dark mode” option in Display settings. You can set the dark theme to always be enabled or automatically be enabled depending on the time of day. Once enabled, the Settings, Launcher, Launcher settings, and Files app all gain a dark gray tinge. The volume panel, Quick Settings panel, and notifications all turn black. Even third-party notifications like download notifications from Google Chrome are themed black. The Google Phone app, Google Contacts, Messages, Google News, Google Play Games, YouTube, and more already have native dark themes, but we don’t know how these Google apps will interact with Android Q’s dark theme toggle.




Permissions Revamp

with Android Q there is huge permission revamp in the Settings app that allows you to get an overview of permission access by apps and restrict certain permissions like location only while the app is in use. The permission page for each app is also revamped, and you can quickly see which apps have been allowed or denied access to a certain permission (like the microphone.) The app info screen has also been revamped, giving you quick access to open the app, uninstall the app, or force stop the app.

Desktop Mode


New Developer Option called “force desktop mode.” Its description reads “force experimental desktop mode on secondary displays.” This sounds to me like it’s going to be a Samsung DeX or EMUI Easy Projection-type feature, but I wasn’t able to actually test it since nothing happened when I plugged in my USB Type-C to HDMI adapter. Also, for some reason, I was unable to connect to Wi-Fi so I couldn’t test whether this experimental desktop mode works via the cast option.

Developer Options
There’s a ton of new Developer Options in Android Q. Game Update Package Preferences” which asks you to select a graphics driver. I don’t have enough information about what this does yet, but once I do I’ll post an update. There are a lot of new feature flags, only some of which actually work. One of them enables a shortcut to a built-in screen recorder provided by the SystemUI.

This screen recorder can be accessed by long-pressing on the screenshot button in the power menu, but the UI is currently unfinished. (The power menu also has a new shortcut to launch the emergency dialer.) Another feature flag allows for the current wallpaper to be shown on the Always on Display. This is a feature on the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, but it’s now being made available in AOSP for any device with an Always on Display feature to take advantage of .Setting has been moved to Display –> Lock screen display. The battery icon in the Always on Display also seems to have shifted from the center of the screen to the top-right.

Accessibility
Two new settings have been added to the Accessibility page: Time to take action and Time to read. The time to take action lets you choose “how long to show messages that ask you to take action, but are only visible temporarily.” On the other hand, the time to read feature lets you choose “how much time you want to read and take action on messages that automatically go away.” The latter seems related to the heads-up notifications introduced with Android 5.0 Lollipop while the former may refer to snackbars. The images shown in the feature description are clearly just placeholders.


  • New sensors off” Quick Settings tile that seems to disable all radios and turn on airplane mode. It might be set up to do more in the future, but that’s what I’ve found so far. It’s possible that this will be a tin foil hat mode to disable all sensors on the device that can’t normally be turned off 
  • The screen lock setting has two new options: “SmartLock only extends unlock” and “Lock screen when trust is lost.” The former lets a trusted device keep your smartphone awake for longer, but doesn’t allow it to unlock the device once it has been locked. The latter option will lock the smartphone when the last trusted device is no longer trusted.
  • The built-in files app now lets you filter by images, documents, audio, video, etc. when browsing directories.
  • The app installation dialog is no longer full-screen. Instead, it’s a pop-up like on tablets.


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