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Google could offer a native wireless ADB option in Android 11

Google is working on a wireless ADB solution for a future version of Android.

ADB (Android Debug Bridge) functionality is one of the most important features for developers and enthusiasts, allowing you to communicate with your Android phone via PC.

ADB traditionally requires a wired connection from your phone to the computer, but XDA-Developers has spotted AOSP commits showing that Google is working on wireless ADB functionality.

It seems like users will be able to toggle a “wireless debugging” switch in developer options, then create the connection by scanning a QR code or entering a six-digit code. It’s unclear when we’ll see this feature in Android, but Android 11 seems to be a likely candidate.

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XDA notes that there are a couple of ways to create a wireless ADB connection, but they aren’t well-known or suffer from security issues. So this new solution would certainly be a welcome addition.

This might be a handy feature for people using computers without full-sized USB ports, or if you lost your phone’s USB cable. It could also be convenient for people who simply don’t want to deal with wires in the first place.

Do you use ADB functionality? What do you think of this solution? Let us know in the comments!

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Google Play Music hits 5bn downloads, but is this as good as it gets?

Google Play Music has been the official Google music streaming service for years, and it’s just hit a landmark figure on the Play Store.

The music app has reached five billion downloads on the Play Store, according to Android Police. This reportedly makes it the sixth app to cross this mark, following Chrome, Gmail, Maps, Search, and YouTube.

It’s worth noting that all these apps are pre-installed on Android devices, boosting the listed download figures in the process.

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Unfortunately, this could be the apex of Google Play Music’s growth, as Google will pre-install YouTube Music instead of Play Music on future Android phones. Google confirmed the news on the YouTube blog last month, saying all new devices launching with Android 10 and Android Pie will offer the app out of the box.

Hopefully Google keeps Play Music around until YouTube Music achieves feature parity at the very least. Right now, the new app lacks Play Music’s cloud locker functionality, the ability to halt autoplay, and sleep timer functionality, to name a few features.

What would it take for you to use YouTube Music? Let us know in the comments!

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Huawei Mate X isn’t even out in West, but Mate Xs is confirmed for 2020 launch

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The Huawei Mate X has only just launched in China, coming in at ~$ 2400, but the company is already looking forward to 2020.

Huawei announced the Mate Xs at the Chinese Mate X event this week, according to Droidholic (via GSMArena). This particular model differs from the standard Mate X by offering a Kirin 990 chipset instead of the older Kirin 980. The Kirin 990 debuted in the brand-new Mate 30 series, while the Kirin 980 appeared in the Mate 20 and P30 family.

This isn’t the first time we heard about a Mate X with a Kirin 990 though, as the company’s Richard Yu told journalists at IFA 2019 that it was considering a chipset upgrade.

The Huawei Mate Xs is also coming next year.Droidholic

There’s no word on any other changes between the Huawei Mate Xs and Mate X, so those wishing for periscope zoom or the Mate 30 Pro‘s 40MP ultra-wide camera will need to keep wishing.

Huawei reportedly noted that the tweaked foldable phone would launch in March 2020. It’s unclear if this is a Chinese or global launch, but the US trade ban situation would likely play a big part in determining this. Huawei is unable to pre-install Google services on its new devices as a result of the ban. But a global launch would certainly be more likely if the ban is lifted by then, allowing Huawei and Google to work together once again.

We’ve contacted Huawei for more information regarding the Mate Xs, and will update the article accordingly. Nevertheless, it looks like the foldable phone war will be heating up in 2020 as well.

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Why Realme won’t be making a gaming phone soon

Realme X2 Pro front view of home screen at an angle

Realme is one of the newest Android manufacturers on the market, but it has already surpassed a number of veterans in sales and popularity. The company has grown explosively since launching as an Oppo offshoot, reaching the global top 10 of smartphone OEMs.

Realme has now made its way onto the European market, with the official launch of the Realme 5 Pro and Realme X2/X2 Pro at an event in Madrid last week. While there, we had the opportunity to speak with Levi Lee, Director of Realme Europe, and discussing the company’s secret to success and vision for the future.

Behind Realme’s unstoppable smartphone cycle: Go big or go home

When the X2 and X2 Pro were unveiled, the specs and look of the devices were in line with current flagship industry standards, even exceeding expectations in some areas. What was surprising, however, were the devices’ prices. The Realme X2 Pro, a handset with the latest Snapdragon 855 Plus, a 90Hz AMOLED display, and industry-leading 50W fast charging, starts at only 399. At a time when most flagships don’t drop below the 800 mark, it’s hard not to wonder what Realme’s secret is.

Levi Lee shared with Android Authority that there are a couple of specific factors that help Realme keep prices so affordable.

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One of the biggest cost savers for Realme is marketing. Of course, any brand can claim its devices speak for themselves, but Realme targets younger users and communicates with them on their preferred channels. “We use the community, we use social media and digital tools to talk to consumers and to let consumers know the brand. That’s how we save money from marketing,” shared Levi Lee.

Distribution also cuts costs thanks to Realme’s decision to sell its devices online first and foremost, which is the case in Europe too. All three devices presented at the Madrid event can be bought through Realme’s official website or other popular online retailers such as Amazon and Ebay.

Realme X2 Pro Screen on looking at launcher 1

But Lee also didn’t hide the fact that the company has a strong supplier chain, which allows it to get better prices. Realme is technically no longer part of Oppo, but they still share the same parent company — BBK Electronics, from which they receive significant support.

However Lee was quick to point out that low prices are far from the only thing that makes Realme successful. “First, I think the product quality is great and second the specs are great, third the design is great. That is what we care about. If you sell a device to consumers at a very cheap price, but the device is not good, the quality is not good, it’s not sustainable.”

Yet, is Realme blindly jumping on popular trends to appeal to their young and trendy audience? The Chinese manufacturer recently made the jump from polycarbonate to glass and also followed in Samsung’s footsteps by equipping several of its devices with quad cameras. The Realme 5 Pro is, in fact, the first under-200 device to sport the feature. But is it just a gimmick?

Realme 5 Pro camera module on the rear

Lee told Android Authority that the decision was motivated by wanting to give consumers choice. Some prefer using a wide-angle lens, others take their best shots with the help of the telephoto lens. Having all of the options on one device just makes it appeal to a wider audience. According to Lee, the camera can be used in many different scenarios to produce multiple interesting results.

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Realme has worked on improving both video and image quality, with some features that make it stand out from the crowd. The X2 Pro offers video stabilization, real time bokeh in both front and rear camera videos, as well as an AI beautification mode. Granted, in our Realme X2 Pro review we found that low-light image quality leaves a lot to be desired.

The true standout on the X2 Pro, however, is the new 50W charging — from 0% to 100% in just 35 minutes is more than impressive.

Realme X2 Pro Screen on in front of box 1

No Realme gaming phone in the near future

After the relative success of devices like the Asus ROG Phone 2 and the emphasis Realme put on its 90Hz display and cooling, it was a question we could not overlook. Is Realme planning a dedicated gaming phone in the future? Unfortunately, Levi Lee told us that it is not currently in the plans: “It is not for the common consumers, it’s not what we are after.” He did, however, say that the Realme X2 Pro is already an excellent gaming phone even if it’s not a dedicated gaming device.

On the Madrid stage, it was revealed that the X2 Pro sports gaming-oriented features such as a 4×4 MIMO antenna for steady connections and vapor cooling. So, while there might not be a Black Shark 2-like device with accessories and gamepads in the works, you can still pick up the X2 Pro and enjoy games like PUBG Mobile and others with no problems, as our colleague Ryan already pointed out in his review.

What do you think of Realme devices?

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Fotor makes photo edits easy for only $19.99

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When it comes to getting a photo just right, doing it yourself can prove to be a challenge. Programs like Photoshop can prove to be intimidating for new users. Fotor, on the other hand, wants to simplify the process while maintaining the beautiful results. For a limited time, you can grab a one-year subscription for only $ 19.99.

How does that price compare to a Photoshop subscription? Well, Adobe wants $ 20 for a single month of access. You’re probably going to spend most of the first month just learning how to use Photoshop and then have to pay for month two. 

Edit photos, create designs, and more with minimal hassle.

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Android 10 gesture navigation now works with third-party launchers on Pixel 4

Google has fixed gesture navigation issues with third-party launchers in Android 10.

One of the most annoying things about Android 10 was that its new gesture navigation system wasn’t supported in third-party launchers. That’s a big problem, because it effectively meant that you were stuck with whatever launcher your manufacturer installed if you wanted Google’s take on gestures.

Fortunately, Google has fixed this issue with the Pixel 4, Android Police reports, although the fix doesn’t seem to apply to other Android 10-toting devices right now. In fact, the outlet reports that gesture navigation with third-party launchers is still a no-go on the Pixel 3 running Android 10.

The fix also means you can now use the new Google Assistant in conjunction with a third-party launcher on the Pixel 4 (the new voice assistant reportedly requires gesture navigation).

This is a step in the right direction for Google, and hopefully the fix comes to all Android 10 devices in the coming weeks and months. After all, the likes of Nova Launcher, Action Launcher, and Microsoft Launcher are some of the most prominent and handy launcher apps around.

Tired of your preinstalled launcher? Then you can check out our list of great Android launchers over here.

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Samsung One UI 2.0 beta: These are the next countries to get access

Got a Galaxy Note 10 series phone? Then the One UI 2.0 beta is available for you in some countries.

Samsung’s One UI 2.0 beta program is already available in Germany, South Korea, and the US, giving Galaxy S10 and Note 10 users a taste of Android 10.

It’s not quite a widespread beta initiative then, but SamMobile reports that the beta program will soon land in six more countries.

According to the outlet, the Samsung One UI 2.0 beta will open up to users in China, France, India, Poland, Spain, and the UK. It hasn’t disclosed a specific launch date for these markets, beyond saying it will launch in the “near future.”

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One UI 2.0 introduces an improved dark mode, automatic color adjustments for text on the lock screen, and tweaked notification designs. Samsung’s latest Android skin also serves up a focus mode and a tweaked device care menu (for storage and battery management).

The new version of One UI also reportedly adds Google’s navigation gestures, screen recorder functionality (on the S10 series), and new animations.

News of the beta comes as Xiaomi reveals its MIUI 11 rollout plans for India, with devices set to get the update from this month. Which Android skin do you prefer? Give us your pick in the comments below!

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Last minute Google Pixel 4 leaks reveal possible US price and box accessories

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There’s just one day to go for the new Google Pixel 4 series to launch and leaks around the two new Android phones keep coming. One of the latest leaks reveals what could be the price for the Google Pixel 4 XL in the US. Meanwhile, images of the Google Pixel 4 retail box have appeared on Reddit, revealing all the accessories you will get with the phone.

Google Pixel 4 XL price

A Best Buy employee apparently provided 9to5Google with information regarding the price of the Pixel 4 XL. He gave the publication a screenshot of the retailer’s system, revealing that the larger 2019 Pixel will be priced at $ 999. If true, this will make the Pixel 4 XL $ 100 more expensive than the Pixel 3 XL.

The Pixel 4 series was previously tipped to cost CA$ 1,049.95 ($ 795) in Canada for the 64GB model. The Pixel 4 XL was rumoured to cost CA$ 1,359 ($ 1,029) for the 128GB variant.

We would advise our readers not to take these leaked prices at face value since none of these have been officially confirmed or strongly verified. 9to5Google notes that it is possible for the US Pixel 4 XL price listed on Best Buy to be a placeholder.

Pixel 4 retail box

New images shared on Reddit show what looks like the retail box for the smaller “Just Black” 2019 Pixel. The front of the box features the rear panel of the phone with the square camera setup. The image matches all previous Pixel 4 leaks.

The back of the box reveals specs such as 64GB storage and a 5.7-inch screen. These are also in line with all the information about the Pixel 4 that has been floating around these past few months.

The box also mentions the accessories that come bundled with the Pixel 4 unit. You will apparently get an 18W USB-C power adapter, a charging cable, and a Quick Switch Adapter in the box. What you don’t get is a pair of headphones or a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter.

The Pixel 4 series launches on October 15. Stay tuned to Android Authority as we bring you all the hot news from the Made By Google event tomorrow.

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Deal: Save 96% on this Raspberry Pi Mastery Bundle

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Raspberry Pi is like the Swiss Army knife of DIY tech projects. The possibilities are endless, including building a drone and retro gaming station. To make your own, all you need is motivation and proper training.

The Raspberry Pi Mastery Bundle can be your guide, and the best part is it’s 96% off today. This eight-part bundle is a treasure trove of tips and tutorials you can use to draw out the full potential of your multifaceted gizmo.

No knowledge is assumed. For beginners, you can start at the beginning with Introduction to Raspberry Pi course. The simple projects in this learning kit gently familiarize you with how your IoT device can be used as a computer.

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As you get more confident, things get more fun. Among the eight learning kits, you’ll find guidance on using your Raspberry Pi to build robots, automate your home, and even mine Bitcoin. That’s just the tip of the iceberg too.

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