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With Pixel and Pixel XL – and now with Android One – Google can provide loyalists and fans and the curious an experience that is 100 percent Google.
Much like Apple’s flagships, the Pixel and Pixel XL is made and manufactured completely by one company.
Google’s attempt to get a firm grasp on Android once again may have internationally begun with the introduction of the Pixel and the Pixel XL.
Reportedly, Google is looking forward to fixing Android as a whole and not just provide hardware.
Android One To Come To The US; Why This Google Move Is So ImportantGoogle is taking things into its own hands by introducing its line of budget-conscious smartphones into the United States market.
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Android has introduced the new feature with the name of instant tethering in Google play services.
So Google has introduced this featureIn this instant tethering, it is linked up with the devices which are connected to the Google account.
There is server side component attached to this device, so you can’t see this features immediately after installing from new play services.
It will also show the battery level of another deviceIt works on a server side component and in Google play services 10.2 version.
Phones like Pixel XL will act as hotspot side, and these two phones can connect to each other with instant tethering.
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Android New Feature Instant Tethering in Google Play Services
This story, “Google reveals its stealthy moves to keep Android phones free from malware” was originally published by Greenbot.
It’s so silent and unobtrusive, most users don’t even know Verify Apps is running, which also means they don’t know when it’s not running.
Google calls these devices Dead or Insecure (DOI), and in turn, if an app has a high percentage of DOI devices downloading it, it will be considered a DOI app.
The impact on you at home: We read a lot about malware on our Android devices, but we don’t always hear what Google is doing about it.
The service, which is enabled by default on all Android devices, scans apps that are installed from sources other than the Play Store, and warns the user if they may be potentially harmful.