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Google will start predicting what that text might be when its “Copyless Paste” arrives on Android.
As VentureBeat’s Jordan Novet writes, Google has just flicked the switch inside Chromium, the base for Chrome, that adds the option to turn on Copyless Paste via the browser’s internal flags page.
Image: Alex Cranz/GizmodoMobile phone user interfaces have come a long way, but the humble copy and paste remains fairly clunky.
The feature itself is described as “App Indexing (Copyless Paste)” in Chromium’s source code and comes with the following description:”Provide suggestions for text input, based on your recent context.
Voice-controlled assistants like Cortana and Siri are bridging the gap, but sometimes, you just want to take text from one app and stick it into another.
iPhone Case that is Also an Android Phone Raises $600,000+ on Kickstarter
The Eye iPhone CaseAmbitious in nature, the Eye is a revolutionary new iPhone case designed to expand your iPhone’s functionality.
Imagine purchasing an iPhone case that not only doubles your handset’s battery capacity but also adds an Android phone too.
However, the Eye iPhone case is also compatible with other Apple handsets, from the iPhone 6 to the very latest model.
5.5-inch AMOLED displayNot only will you get a feature-packed Android iPhone case, but there’s also a 5.5-inch Full-HD AMOLED display.
Two SIM cardsImagine going from having the single phone number to attaching the iPhone case and having three numbers.
As it stated in With the right adapter, data from your car’s OBD-II port can be transferred to your phone over Bluetooth.
In addition to that, it can be hard to find the right OBD-II adapter for your particular phone and vehicle model.
Diagnose Your Car’s Check Engine Light Using an Android Phone Whether you’re a professional mechanic, a hobbyist, or someone who just wants to know why their check engine light came on, your Android device and an OBD-II adapter can provide insight as to what’s going on with your car.
At this point, your OBD-II adapter should appear in the list of nearby Bluetooth devices.
If you have any problems connecting, unplug your OBD-II adapter for a few seconds, then try again.