Tuesday, 14 August 2018

How To Update Google Pixel Phones To Android 9 Pie

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Google released its latest OS Android 9, called Android Pie yesterday August 6 2018.

How To Update Google Pixel Phones To Android 9 Pie

Android Pie marks one of the biggest changes in the way Android looks and feels in some years, with a more colourful interface.

Battery life optimization has been a big focus of Google's past few OS updates, starting with Android 6.0 Marshmallow (with the introduction of Doze) all the way up to Android 8.0 Oreo ("Wise Limits"). Unfortunately, there were a fair number of complaints about severe battery drain with Oreo, particularly with Samsung phones. But Google has made continual improvements, and Android Pie has a new feature called "Adaptive Battery." It applies machine learning to the problem of our ever-draining power cells.
Google says it collaborated with Alphabet's DeepMind team in London to build this feature. It's supposed to prioritize your favorite apps and put more limitations on the phone's resources for the apps you use less frequently. Eventually, the tech is supposed to predict the apps you're going to use over the next few hours, as well as the ones you're not going to use, and then limit the battery for those unlikely-to-be-used apps. 
Here's what to expect from the Android Pie OS

Gesture navigation

Google has introduced the biggest change to the way you get around in Android since the traditional three buttons of home, back and overview (recently used apps).
The new gesture navigation button occupies the same space as the traditional on-screen buttons, but the home button is now a pill-shape and it moves.
Tap it to go home, flick it up to see recently used apps, swipe upwards twice or pull it up further to get to the app drawer, or hold it down to activate Google Assistant. Youcan also drag it to the right to switch to the last app (similar to the double tap of the overview button) or drag and hold to cycle through recently used apps.
The back button still appears when needed, but the overview button has gone.
The gestures are not activated by default for now, which means to try them out head to Settings > System > Gestures and toggle the “Swipe up on the Home button” option.


  • Adaptive Battery: Uses machine learning to work out which apps you use and when, waking them only when they are likely to be required and in an energy-efficient manner
  • Adaptive Brightness: Takes into account personal preferences give the ambient lighting, then manages those adjustments for you in the background
  • App Actions: Builds on the App Predictions feature by also recommending the actions you are likely to take next
  • Slices: Allows part of the app UI to be brought right into the Google search results, allowing you to, for example, order a Lyft without opening the app (early access begins in June)


  • New navigation system: A single clean home button, that you swipe up to see predicted apps, and up again to see all apps. Slide to the side to see open apps.
  • Smart text selection in Overview (see how)
  • Simplified volume controls
  • Rotation Button: Appears on naviation bar as you turn the device
  • Digital Wellbeing

    • Android Dashboard: Aims to help you understand your habits and promote meaningful engagement. Shows you, for example, how many times you unlocked your phone, how many notifications you received, and how many apps you used. Also gives you controls for how and when you spend time on your phone
    • App Timer: Lets you specify how long you should spend using an app, and nudges you when that time draws near
    • Slush Gesture: Turn over your phone to automatically enter Do Not Disturb mode
    • Wind Down Mode: Tell Google Assistant when you want to go to bed, and when that time draws near it will turn on Do Not Disturb and switch the screen to greyscale mode
• Tap Settings
• Tap System
• Tap Advanced
• Tap System Update


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