• Android 8.0 Supports WiFi Passpoint, It's Optional For OEMs

    8 days ago - By Android Headlines

    Android 8.0 Oreo , Google's latest operating system for mobile devices, has introduced support for WiFi Passpoint, an industry standard that allows you to connect from one Wi-Fi hotspot to another within the same network without having to enter credentials all over again. However, while the WiFi Passpoint feature is now available to a few devices including the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, the Google Pixel and the Google Pixel XL phones that run Android 8.0 Oreo, there is no guarantee that it will become a default standard in those handsets as it is up to the original equipment manufacturers to...
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  • Google Photos Build 3.5 Debuts Hidden Google Lens Support

    Google Photos Build 3.5 Debuts Hidden Google Lens Support

    8 days ago - By Android Headlines

    The latest update for Google Photos debuts new Google Lens support in the form of a hidden but working user interface which can accept images and scan them, in accordance with what Google announced during its developer conference earlier this year. The feature itself isn't easily accessible as it's introduced as part of a new intent filter which can accept and process image files. With Google's engineers developing this functionality as being of the “exported” variety, other apps are able to trigger it, provided that they're set up correctly. That's essentially what XDA Developers managed...
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