As the name suggests, Android 7.1.2 is an incremental update that mostly focuses on “refinements, so it includes a number of bug fixes and optimizations,” according to the Android Developer Dashboard. The beta update is currently available to enrolled Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, Nexus Player, and Pixel C devices. If you want to sign up for the beta, you can enroll here.
One of the silent features introduced in 7.1.2 is fingerprint gestures — a Pixel feature that seems to have made its way to the Nexus 5X. Nexus 5X owners are able to toggle fingerprint gestures on in Settings.
The update will also make its way to the Nexus 6P soon, which will likely introduce fingerprint gestures as well. The Nexus 6 and the Nexus 9 will not receive the update, as they are past the two-year support window and most likely will be the end of the road for them.
The Android 7.1.2 update will not come to the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9, as those devices have run their course of Android version updates. They will continue to receive Android security updates for another year.
OK people, just a few more days to the epic event.
18 May 2016 is the date.
More details on the official website
The first boot on AOC A2072PWH
This is an oversized Android Tablet(4.1.1) 19.5 inch / Monitor LED (panou TN) 19.5 inch. As you may notice, there is no touch screen, you will need to use a keyboard and a mouse
In the box you will find the following
– VGA cable
– HDMI cable
– USB – USB Type B cable
– JACK 3,5 cable
– Charging cable
– Charger, 19 V @ 3,24 A
– CD Driver
Some of the details
– Display LED (TN) 19.5 inch 1600 x 900
– CPU dual-core Amlogic 8726 MX @ 1.5 Ghz
– 1 GB RAM (DDR3)
– Wireless B/G/N , with RJ45 connector
– HDD 8Gb Flash
– 2 Speakers 2W
– Webcam 1,3Mpx
– VESA 75×75
– 4x USB 2,0
– 1x VGA
– 1x HDMI
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I know there are a lot of people interested in this topic, I will put you to a website who will stream online from Google I/O 2013 (my blog is not allowing this)
mesca.ro will stream live from Google’s conference this year.
Since my job is taking so much time of my life I didn’t have time to write any more posts but hopefully with the new gadgets in my life I will continue to post more.
A month or so I got an Asus Transformer Prime TF700 and not very long time ago a Nexus 4.
I’m so pleased with the quality of these two products that I can’t find anything wrong with them. I just love them.
TF700 is with dock included, and I don’t regret my choice since the keyboard is so useful.
Nexus 4 is a big change in my life and a big upgrade. Until now I used a 3-3.2 inch screen… And upgraded to a 4.7 inch witch is huge!!
I’ll try to make a review to both gadgets as soon as possible.
Let me know in the comments of you want to learn something specifically about these gadgets or if you want me to review a specific thing about this devices.
I am using a Asus Transformer Prime for a while now and i noticed we install so many apps, that maybe we just use once. On this post im planning to tell you some of apps that i dont see why you would use on a tablet pc, and it is possible to updated as soon as i discover more and more apps in this category. Foursquare HDR Camera (or any camera app) Call Recorder Keyboard´s (other than the standard one) Instagram I will continue to add to this list and i would appreciate if you can help make a much more complete list of this.