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Android 6.0 For The HTC One M9 Won’t Be Released Till Next Year

Posted: 12 Dec 2015 03:09 PM PST

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HTC's VP of Product Management, Mo Versi, has been keeping busy on Twitter by providing us with updates for… well… updates!  We already know that the unlocked versions of the HTC One M8 and M9 will begin receiving the update to Marshmallow this month and according to Versi's latest Tweet, Canadians M9 users will have to wait until the new year to get their fill.

Versi also notes in his Tweet that Canadian M9's will be getting Android 6.0 to begin with, not Android 6.0.1.  This is a bit odd as the unlocked version of the M9 is going straight to the latter.  I'm sure they have some rationale behind this but I can't think of what it would be.

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Android 6.0 For The HTC One M9 Won't Be Released Till Next Year is a post from: Android in Canada Blog

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Updated T-Mobile Android App Version 5.0 Leaked With A Complete UI Overhaul [APK Download]

Posted: 12 Dec 2015 11:19 AM PST

ap_resizeT-Mobile customers may or may not be using the company's official Android app, which allows users to view remaining minutes and data, pay bills, and manage their accounts  - since the company has been attracting so many "bring your own device" customers lately, they might not even be aware of it. But the My Account app is due for a substantial update very soon, at least if a newly-leaked APK file is anything to go by.

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Updated T-Mobile Android App Version 5.0 Leaked With A Complete UI Overhaul [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Google Now on Tap getting a screenshot share button

Posted: 11 Dec 2015 03:39 PM PST

Taking screenshots isn't always easy due to the strange and different button combinations different manufacturers use. Plus, you don't always want to save a screenshot. The information you're sending to people is often stuff that you don't need to keep.

An update rolling out to Google Now on Tap (seemingly backend rollout rather than app update) adds a new share button at the bottom left corner, which will share a screenshot of your display without showing your status bar or saving the screenshot to your device.

It's definitely a useful addition, and may give people more of a reason to use Now on Tap. Let us know when you get it!


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