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[Lollipop Feature Spotlight] You Can Now Pull Down Quick Settings Even On The Lockscreen, With The Ability To Disable Wi-Fi And Data
Not all new features are created equal, and this particular change has us kind of scratching our heads wondering why Google would consider it a good idea. In Lollipop, you can now access your quick settings straight from the lockscreen. This way you can toggle Wi-Fi, cellular data, and Bluetooth without unlocking the device.   In the case of theft, this gives a burglar the ability to disable the data connections necessary to track the phone. [Lollipop Feature Spotlight] You Can Now Pull Down...

17-11-2014, 12:17 By Bertel King, Jr.
Avoid ZX: A retro game with lots of potential
If you’ve ever wondered what “Avoid – Sensory Overload” would look like in 2D, 48H Studio has presented you with the answer: “Avoid ZX”. This vibrant game is sure to please any retro gaming fans with its graphics and 1-bit soundtrack. The controls are simple, tap on either side of the screen to move in... Read more » The post Avoid ZX: A retro game with lots of potential appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: NES30: Bluetooth/USB retro gaming ...

17-11-2014, 12:00 By Vijay Verghese
Watch faces auto shift in ‘Always On’ mode on the LG G Watch R, here’s how to compensate for it
If you own the LG G Watch R, you might have noticed that your watch faces seem to shift ever so slightly when in the dimmed “Always On” mode. Then when the face fully lights up, it goes back to center, especially with apps like Facer. You’re not alone in that a lot of people […] Come comment on this article: Watch faces auto shift in ‘Always On’ mode on the LG G Watch R, here’s how to compensate for it Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guid...

17-11-2014, 11:50 By Robert Nazarian
Uber and Spotify join forces to improve your ride with music
Uber and Spotify have announced a new partnership to help make Uber rides even better. If you have a Spotify premium account and your Uber ride is enabled with Spotify music through their vehicle’s sound system, you can select the music to stream during your ride or even remotely control selections during the ride. The […] Come comment on this article: Uber and Spotify join forces to improve your ride with music Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

17-11-2014, 11:36 By Jeff Causey
Google will be screening all Android TV apps in the Play Store
One of the best (or worst) features of Google’s Play Store is that Google doesn’t screen any apps before they’re released to the masses. There are a few requirements that the apps have to pass so they aren’t malware, but otherwise, Google doesn’t monitor quality control for third-party apps. Within the Play Store, it’s a […] Come comment on this article: Google will be screening all Android TV apps in the Play Store Visit TalkAndroid for Android news...

17-11-2014, 11:09 By Jared Peters
Android TV apps to get screened by Google
One of the great things about Android is that developers can submit their apps to Google Play and, for the most part, they’ll get published without needing approval from a Google reviewer first. However, things are going to be a bit different with Android TV. <a rel="nofollow" title="Android TV apps to get ...

17-11-2014, 11:02 By Alex Wagner
OmniVision announces two new high megapixel camera sensors for Android phones
OmniVision has announced two new camera sensors for Android devices that boast some incredibly high megapixel counts. The two modules boast 23.8 megapixel and 21.4 megapixel counts, both of which are much higher than what we typically see on Android devices. Fortunately, both sensors feature all of the other high end features that we’ve come […] Come comment on this article: OmniVision announces two new high megapixel camera sensors for Android phones Visit TalkAndroid for Androi...

17-11-2014, 10:57 By Jared Peters
Authy UI Update Lets You Access Your Two-Factor Authentication Tokens More Quickly
Two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of defense to your online accounts. Typically there are two ways to go about it: having a text sent to your phone containing a numerical key, or typing in one that appears inside of a dedicated app. Google Authenticator server this function just fine, but you have to settle for something that hasn't been spruced up since the Ice Cream Sandwich days. Authy is an alternative offering that looks a bit easier on the eyes. Authy UI Update Lets You Acce...

17-11-2014, 10:45 By Bertel King, Jr.
[Lollipop Feature Spotlight] Press The Lock Icon When Using Smart Lock To Require A Manual Unlock Next Time
The Lollipop Smart Lock functionality is pretty cool. You can have the phone stay unlocked when it's connected to a trusted Bluetooth device, in range of a certain NFC tag, or when it sees a trusted face (presumably yours). Trusted Face mode in particular is quite cool, but it's not necessarily as secure as a PIN or pattern lock. You can, however, temporarily switch to the secure lock screen with a single tap. [Lollipop Feature Spotlight] Press The Lock Icon When Using Smart Lock To Require A...

17-11-2014, 10:09 By Ryan Whitwam
PSA: Enable Developer Options In Lollipop To Bring Back App Info From The Recents Menu
In the last several versions of Android, it was possible to quickly access an app's info screen (in Settings) by popping open the recents menu and long-pressing the app in question. If this an oft-used feature and you've already updated to Lollipop, then you probably noticed almost immediately that it's seemingly gone in 5.0. That's not actually the case - it's just hidden. Starting with this release, you must first enable Developer Options (Settings > About device > tap the build nu...

17-11-2014, 10:08 By Cameron Summerson
YotaPhone 2 will have its two display design showcased on December 3
In December of 2013, the original YotaPhone went up for sale in all of its blocky, two-sided display glory. Now, the official Twitter account behind YotaPhone has revealed that the next-generation handset is coming soon. An early morning tweet from YotaPhone has confirmed that the YotaPhone 2 will be officially showcased on Wednesday, December ...

17-11-2014, 10:04 By Evan Selleck
NES30: Bluetooth/USB retro gaming controller $29.99 [Deal of the Day]
This one is right in my wheelhouse! With more and more vintage games getting ported over to Android, the only thing missing is the authentic feel of gripping a Nintendo controller and mashing away. The NES30 has the look and feel of a classic NES controller, but connects with Bluetooth or USB. Its rechargeable battery provides... Read more » The post NES30: Bluetooth/USB retro gaming controller $29.99 [Deal of the Day] appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: NES30: Bluetooth/USB ...

17-11-2014, 10:00 By Shawn Collins
Video Boost by Opera: A no-brainer for heavy video watchers
How often is it you watch videos on internet? Well, I like to waste my time watching life hacks particularly on YouTube and that too on a spree basis. Apart from me, everyone casually watches videos be it on YouTube, a movie or maybe their favourite TV show. Most of you enjoy the content on... Read more » The post Video Boost by Opera: A no-brainer for heavy video watchers appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: Rooted Users & System Apps: What To Do When They Get Updated Li...

17-11-2014, 10:00 By Salman Qureshi
Some Web Users Now Have Access To YouTube Music Key
If you're excited to try out YouTube's new music subscription service, you may not have long to wait. We've gotten several tips this morning from users who now have access to YouTube Music Key on the web, though that access doesn't seem to extend to the Android app just yet. Most users seem to be left out at the moment, so it's probably another one of Google's frustrating staged rollouts. Having the latest version of the YouTube app (5.17) installed on your phone doesn't seem to help, though...

17-11-2014, 09:48 By Michael Crider
Some T-Mobile stores received Nexus 6 shipments over the weekend
  In preparation for Wednesday, Nov. 19′s launch of the Nexus 6, it appears that T-Mobile has received a shipment of the new Google phablet. It’s said that select T-Mobile stores have display models out already and a number of XDA users have stated that they’ve been lucky enough to have T-Mobile sell them the […] Come comment on this article: Some T-Mobile stores received Nexus 6 shipments over the weekend Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and m...

17-11-2014, 09:44 By Jack Holt
[Deal Alert] Save $140 Off A Kindle Fire HDX 8.9" (Last Year's Model) On Amazon Today Only
As today's Deal of the Day, Amazon is offering last year's Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 for only $259. This is a savings of $140, which amounts to a pretty big chunk of change. It just goes to show that it can pay to wait until hardware is no longer brand spanking new before making a purchase. This is also the newest version of the tablet you can get that still has the Kindle branding in its name. [Deal Alert] Save $140 Off A Kindle Fire HDX 8.9" (Last Year's Model) On Amazon Today Only was written by...

17-11-2014, 09:34 By Bertel King, Jr.
Google to bring Project Loon to parts of Australia in December
It’s no secret that Google wants to bring the Internet to everyone in the world. More people using its services means better targeted ads which means more money in Google’s pockets. About a year and a half ago Google showcased the idea of Project Loon. The premise of the project would be the use of […] Come comment on this article: Google to bring Project Loon to parts of Australia in December Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

17-11-2014, 09:27 By Jack Holt
A few second generation Nexus 7 devices having video playback issues
It appears that Google’s latest OS update may not be so sweet for some users, after all. Some users are reporting video playback issues on their second generation Nexus 7. The bad news is that there isn’t a permanent fix just yet, but there are workarounds that will allow for temporary video playback. The bug […] Come comment on this article: A few second generation Nexus 7 devices having video playback issues Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

17-11-2014, 09:12 By Jack Holt
Sony unveils the Exmor RS IMX230 with high-speed autofocus for smartphone cameras
Sony just took the wraps off of the Exmor RS IMX230 for smartphone cameras and other mobile devices. It is the first CMOS image sensor for smartphones that sport an “onboard image plane phase detection AF signal processing function to achieve excellent focus tracking of fast-moving subjects.” What the hell does that mean? It means […] Come comment on this article: Sony unveils the Exmor RS IMX230 with high-speed autofocus for smartphone cameras Visit TalkAndroid for Android...

17-11-2014, 09:05 By Robert Nazarian
[New Android Wear App] Display Brightness for Wear calculates brightness based on location
Not all Android Wear devices have an ambient light sensor. Both the Samsung Gear Live and LG G Watch, Android Wear’s inaugural devices, shipped without one. The Motorola Moto 360 became the first in its class to do so. So it can be tedious to constantly manage the brightness rather than having the device do […] Come comment on this article: [New Android Wear App] Display Brightness for Wear calculates brightness based on location Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides...

17-11-2014, 08:53 By Justin Herrick

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