Google is updating Chrome OS this year with a bevvy of design changes. The firm will bring user-facing elements of the operating system in line with Android;s upcoming redesign, and has added a dark theme and translucency to the system tray.
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Google will no longer allow uncertified devices to install Google apps. The firm is doing this to discourage grey market sales of uncertified devices like Meizu's smartphones, which let users install the Play Store on first boot.
All OnePlus 5T devices made for North America have been sold, and there are no plans to continue production. OnePlus 5T units will no longer be stocked for the U.S. market, as confirmed by Engadget in communication with OnePlus directly.
Google's Nexus Player will no longer be receiving either security updates, nor will it be updated to Android P. The firm has announced that it will no longer be supporting the device after a nearly 4-year run.
While Android P's developer preview currently runs only on Pixel devices, signs are emerging that Google intends to release this update to Chrome OS devices later this year. Code commits to the Chromium OS database have started making reference to P.
The Galaxy S9/S9+ has a lot of developmental power behind it, thanks to this there is already an official TWRP build for the devices and the devices compatibility with Project Treble allow it boot AOSP ROMs.
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