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Developer Brings Full Project Treble Compatibility to the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4

If you have been following the XDA Portal, then you’ll know how excited we are about Google’s Project Treble. In a nutshell, Project Treble is perhaps the most significant low-level change to the Android Framework in years. It involves separating vendor Hardware Abstraction Layers (HALs) from the Android Framework into a new vendor partition, and […]

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[Humor] The Samsung Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy Note 8 Violate Android’s Compatibility Requirements

Over the years, hundreds of Android devices have been released. Among the dozens of manufacturers building Android phones, Samsung is one of the more prolific of the bunch. But Samsung is best known their two flagship smartphone series: the Samsung Galaxy S and the Galaxy Note line. The latest flagship offerings from Samsung include the […]

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Android 7.0 Compatibility Document Released with Plenty of Interesting Changes

Earlier today, The updated Android 7.0 Compatibility Document was released. This document gives an outline to OEMs about what they can and should not change when creating android for their devices. It includes guidelines for Android Auto, Android TV, Wear, and for Phones and Tablets proper. In the latest update, quite a bit has changed, and Reddit […]

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Qualcomm Addresses Concerns Over USB Type-C and Quick Charge 3.0 Compatibility

In a statement to Android Central, Qualcomm has tried to address the concerns overs its proprietary Quick Charge 3.0 charging standard and its compatibility with the USB Type-C. Qualcomm says that QC 3.0 is designed to be connector-independent, and that the voltage can be configured to fit within the specifications of the USB Type-C standard […]

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