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Google Out Again With Second Build Of Android M Just For Developers


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Second Build Of Android M Just For Developers

Android Lollipop out for long many manufacturers still battling to give the update to their users example Tecno, Innjoo, Infinix, Gionee trying it best at lollipop upate still  with few bugnow Android M is in progress what will they do……Funny
Back at Google I/O in May, Google announced “Android M”, the latest
version of its Android operating system. Almost immediately, they
released a preview build for developers to tinker with. It was a bit
buggy, sure — but it let developers test their apps and get to know the
new OS before everyone else got their hands on it. 
Today, Google is taking a second swing with the release of Android M Developer Preview 2.
So how do you get this latest build?
First, you need a compatible device — that is, the Nexus 5, Nexus 6,
or Nexus 9
. From there, it depends on whether or not you’re running that
previously released build of Android M; if yes, you can get version two
via the built-in OTA update screen. If no, you’ll have to go download the image and flash it onto your device manually.
Wondering what’s new from version 1 to version 2?
Not a whole lot in terms of user facing stuff. It’s got the standard
bug fixes and stability upgrades — but for the most part, it’s made up
of API tweaks and additions. You can find the full patch notes here.
API additions can be pretty exciting stuff if you’re a developer —
but if you’re just a casual user, don’t worry too much about rushing
onto this latest build.
With that said, Android M will bring some sleek additions to the table when it’s ready for public consumption. Things like:
  • A better App Permissions system: Apps will ask for permissions when they need them, rather than in one big unreadable prompt at install.
  • Android Pay: Android’s new built-in mobile
    payments system. It’s like Google Wallet — except it’s now built in at
    an OS level, and since Google is working more closely with carriers this
    time, it should actually be supported on almost all newly released
    Android phones
  • Doze: Improved power-saving logic for apps that try to sync when your device is asleep.
  • USB Type C support
Alas, like all builds of Android… even once Google says it’s ready to
ship, it’s up to your phone manufacturer and carrier to actually send
it your way. Which can take a while.


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