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Android Studio 32 bit is being phased out


Supported 32-bit Product Version Deprecation from End of Support on
Android Studio IDE 3.6 December 31, 2019 December 31, 2020
Android Emulator 28.0.25 Jun 30, 2019 December 31, 2020
https://android-developers.googleblog.com/2019/06/moving-android-studio-and-android.html?m=1

#Android #Development #AndroidStudio #CliffBramlettArchivesTech
 

Android Studio 32 bit is being phased out


Supported 32-bit Product Version Deprecation from End of Support on
Android Studio IDE 3.6 December 31, 2019 December 31, 2020
Android Emulator 28.0.25 Jun 30, 2019 December 31, 2020
https://android-developers.googleblog.com/2019/06/moving-android-studio-and-android.html?m=1

#Android #Development #AndroidStudio #CliffBramlettArchivesTech
 
Tiens Kiss Launcher sur #android permet maitenant d'afficher un widget (beta). Je n'avais pas vu l'optiin mais c'est une tres bonne nouvelle 😃
 
Wirtschaftsminister Altmaier will in China mit Huawei-Führung reden #5G-Netzausbau #5G-Versteigerung #Android #China #Google #Handelsstreit #Huawei #Netzwerktechnik #PeterAltmaier #Smartphones #USA #Wirtschaft
 
Ren Zhengfei: Wirtschaftsminister Altmaier trifft Huawei-Gründer #Huawei #Android #Alphabet #Honor #Reisen #Smartphone #Telekommunikation #Google #Internet #PolitikRecht
 
I'm trying the #DiCa app on an #Android mobile device to see how well a post can be. No BBCode in this one.
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Überwachungsfirma will aktuelle iPhones und Android-Smartphones knacken können #Android #Apple #Cellebrite #CryptoWars #IT-Forensik #Samsung #Strafverfolgung #iPhone
 
Android-Sperre: Huawei verspricht weiterhin Sofware-Updates #Android #Google #Huawei #Smartphones
 
Huawei: USA können uns "nicht totprügeln" #Huawei #Android #Alphabet #Honor #Smartphone #Telekommunikation #Google #Internet #PolitikRecht
 
Smartphone: Xiaomi bietet keine globale MIUI-Beta mehr an #Xiaomi #Android #Smartphone #Mobil
 
Huawei: Auch Intel und Qualcomm für Lockerung des Geschäftsverbots #Android #Huawei #Smartphones
 
Ca reste utopique et surtout trop tot mais j'aime bien l'idee
#android #sailfishos #huawei #dessin
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Avec l'affaire #Huawei, je découvre que #Sailfishos n'est peut être pas aussi expérimental que je le croyais et qui plus est compatible avec les applications #Android
Vous l'avez déjà testé ? Si oui, vous en pensez quoi ?
 
Huawei: Werbung auf Smartphone-Sperrbildschirmen war ein Versehen #Huawei #Android #Android-Handy #Onlinewerbung #Smartphone #Verbraucherschutz #Handy #Mobil
 
Mate X: Huawei verschiebt Markteinführung des Falt-Smartphones #Android #ArkOS #Google #Handys #Huawei #Smartphones
 
Mate X: Huawei verschiebt Marktstart seines faltbaren Smartphones #Huawei #Android #Smartphone #Samsung #Mobil
 
Samsung: Auch AT&T storniert Vorbestellungen des Galaxy Fold #Samsung #Android #AT&T #Innovation #Patent #Smartphone #Mobil
 
Booking.com: Werbung auf Sperrbildschirmen von Huawei-Smartphones #Huawei #Android #Onlinewerbung #Smartphone #Verbraucherschutz #Mobil
 
Smartphone: Google zeigt vorab Pixel 4 mit Dual-Kamera #GooglePixel #Android #Android-Handy #Smartphone #Google #Handy #Mobil
 
#FOSS apps that need push notifications get problems: Google wants to force all apps on #Android to use its proprietary service Firebase for push notifications.
That's why we need F-Droid and/or #Linux based smartphone OS without Google. #UBports

https://www.reddit.com/r/freesoftware/comments/by4ipr/android_now_forces_apps_to_include_proprietary/
 

scrcpy 1.9 Released (View And Control Your Android From A Linux, Windows Or macOS Desktop)

https://www.linuxuprising.com/2019/06/scrcpy-19-released-view-and-control.html

#Android #Linux
 
Smartphone: Huawei lädt App-Entwickler in eigenen Appstore ein #Huawei #Android #App #GoogleApps #GooglePlay #Google #Softwareentwicklung
 

LineageOS Pie arrives on 10 more phones, including the Xiaomi Mi 6 - I even have it running on my old Samsung Galaxy S3

LineageOS is one of the most popular custom ROMs around, and certainly the one with the most officially-supported devices. And with GApps flashed to it, it will have all the Google apps support if you want it.

Why sit on an old outdated version of Android when you can have the latest on your older device. Yes, it does involve some flashing but I've done probably 6 different phones myself over the last few years and there are excellent how-to guides available. I have had some issues on first attempts sometimes but persevering gets it right and it is well worth the effort. You get a few extra tweaks that even Google's Android does not give you.

See

#lineageos #android


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LineageOS is one of the most popular custom ROMs around, and certainly the one with the most officially-supported devices. The last time we covered the... by Corbin Davenport in Lenovo, Mi Mix 2, News, Oppo, ROMs & Modding, Storm, Swift, Wileyfox, Xiaomi

https://gadgeteer.co.za/node/3259
 
Play Store : 238 applications vérolées touchent 440 millions de smartphones

Des millions de smartphones Android envahis pas des publicités à cause d’un malware présents dans plus de 238 applications du Google Play Store.

https://www.begeek.fr/play-store-238-applications-verolees-touchent-440-millions-de-smartphones-318128

#android #pub #google

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Audm is a long-form news narration app now available for Android (Previously iOS-exclusive) at $6.99/month

Too much content to read but not enough time? Consider listening to it instead. Audm (pronounced 'autumn') is an app that gets professional voice actors to narrate long-form articles from the web. Previously iOS-exclusive, people have been asking for an Android version since 2016, and last year Audm hired a developer for the job. After a brief closed beta, the app is now publicly available for Android.

In a world where content aggregators like Pocket already support text-to-speech, why would I subscribe to a separate service to perform essentially the same task, one may ask? Audm seems to hope that actual humans reciting the content is differentiation enough, and it seems to have a subscriber base who agree.

See

#audm #news #android


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Too much content to read but not enough time? Consider listening to it instead. Audm (pronounced 'autumn') is an app that gets professional voice actors... by Aatif Sumar in Applications, News

https://gadgeteer.co.za/node/3253
 

Google argues the Huawei ban would hurt its Android monopoly - the export ban would create a competitor to US operating systems, argues Google

The Trump administration would probably describe its Huawei export ban as a move that improves national security by keeping China's pet telecom company out of the US market. According to a report from The Financial Times, Google's recent discussions with the US government actually argue that the Huawei ban is bad for national security. Google is reportedly asking for an exemption from the export ban.

The argument, reportedly, is that Huawei is currently dependent on Google for its Android smartphone software, and that dependence is a good thing for the US. The Financial Times quotes "one person with knowledge of the conversations" as saying, "Google has been arguing that by stopping it from dealing with Huawei, the US risks creating two kinds of Android operating system: the genuine version and a hybrid one. The hybrid one is likely to have more bugs in it than the Google one, and so could put Huawei phones more at risk of being hacked, not least by China.”

Well not so much that as I see it more like Huawei has a massive market and if they get it right to create a good Android experience, with good hardware, and a good app store, then who needs Google? Most users go with the "default" and Huawei's "default" will be massive. So, in essence, this cuts a chunk out of a big US business....

See https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2019/06/report-google-argues-the-huawei-ban-would-hurt-its-android-monopoly/

#huawei #android #google
Report: Google argues the Huawei ban would hurt its Android monopoly

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Export ban would create a competitor to US operating systems, argues Google.

https://gadgeteer.co.za/node/3252
 

Google confirms that advanced backdoor came preinstalled on Android devices - If you want security, roll your own OS for desktops, phones, routers


No matter whether the device is designed or built in China, the US, Israel, Germany, etc if you want security on phones, routers, desktops, etc you may just want to roll your own OS like the US NSA, Russian Military, Chinese, South Korean and more have already been doing. Seriously you can't even trust your "current" allies not to spy on you.

The US can point their fingers all they want at China, but they have been caught doing the same things knowingly (those zero-day defects on Windows XP way back) and unknowingly (the Iran power station issue which supposedly involved Israel too). We know governments (Western Governments most definitely) have interception laws at Internet peering points, satellite links, etc and many have "kill switches" via their Tier 1 ISPs to cut off their country's Internet. Just by popular news I still hear of more backdoors and vulnerabilities found on "Western" hardware and OS's than Chinese (maybe the Chinese hide it better?).

So that said any intended or unintended backdoors on your Cisco routers, Windows servers, D-Link routers, or whatever will be found and exploited at some point.

For large corporates and governments, I still don't understand why they don't as a matter of policy take open source code for routers, phones, servers and have that code inspected properly and customise it for their use. That way you control it fully. It is certainly happening on a limited scale already. It's certainly not difficult as many home users do it themselves (just not always able to inspect the code fully themselves). Governments and large corporates spend millions of US$ per annum of software which they could channel instead into recruiting qualified code analysers. For many countries that also means keeping their money onshore.

See more on this Android issue (past tense) at https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2019/06/google-confirms-2017-supply-chain-attack-that-sneaked-backdoor-on-android-devices/

#backdoor #android #triada
Google confirms that advanced backdoor came preinstalled on Android devices

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After Google successfully beat back Triada in 2017, its developers found a new way in.

https://gadgeteer.co.za/node/3245


@Devon & Cornwall GNU / Linux user group
 

Google confirms that advanced backdoor came preinstalled on Android devices - If you want security, roll your own OS for desktops, phones, routers


No matter whether the device is designed or built in China, the US, Israel, Germany, etc if you want security on phones, routers, desktops, etc you may just want to roll your own OS like the US NSA, Russian Military, Chinese, South Korean and more have already been doing. Seriously you can't even trust your "current" allies not to spy on you.

The US can point their fingers all they want at China, but they have been caught doing the same things knowingly (those zero-day defects on Windows XP way back) and unknowingly (the Iran power station issue which supposedly involved Israel too). We know governments (Western Governments most definitely) have interception laws at Internet peering points, satellite links, etc and many have "kill switches" via their Tier 1 ISPs to cut off their country's Internet. Just by popular news I still hear of more backdoors and vulnerabilities found on "Western" hardware and OS's than Chinese (maybe the Chinese hide it better?).

So that said any intended or unintended backdoors on your Cisco routers, Windows servers, D-Link routers, or whatever will be found and exploited at some point.

For large corporates and governments, I still don't understand why they don't as a matter of policy take open source code for routers, phones, servers and have that code inspected properly and customise it for their use. That way you control it fully. It is certainly happening on a limited scale already. It's certainly not difficult as many home users do it themselves (just not always able to inspect the code fully themselves). Governments and large corporates spend millions of US$ per annum of software which they could channel instead into recruiting qualified code analysers. For many countries that also means keeping their money onshore.

See more on this Android issue (past tense) at https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2019/06/google-confirms-2017-supply-chain-attack-that-sneaked-backdoor-on-android-devices/

#backdoor #android #triada
Google confirms that advanced backdoor came preinstalled on Android devices

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After Google successfully beat back Triada in 2017, its developers found a new way in.

https://gadgeteer.co.za/node/3245
 

Google confirms that advanced backdoor came preinstalled on Android devices - If you want security, roll your own OS for desktops, phones, routers

No matter whether the device is designed or built in China, the US, Israel, Germany, etc if you want security on phones, routers, desktops, etc you may just want to roll your own OS like the US NSA, Russian Military, Chinese, South Korean and more have already been doing. Seriously you can't even trust your "current" allies not to spy on you.

The US can point their fingers all they want at China, but they have been caught doing the same things knowingly (those zero-day defects on Windows XP way back) and unknowingly (the Iran power station issue which supposedly involved Israel too). We know governments (Western Governments most definitely) have interception laws at Internet peering points, satellite links, etc and many have "kill switches" via their Tier 1 ISPs to cut off their country's Internet. Just by popular news I still hear of more backdoors and vulnerabilities found on "Western" hardware and OS's than Chinese (maybe the Chinese hide it better?).

So that said any intended or unintended backdoors on your Cisco routers, Windows servers, D-Link routers, or whatever will be found and exploited at some point.

For large corporates and governments, I still don't understand why they don't as a matter of policy take open source code for routers, phones, servers and have that code inspected properly and customise it for their use. That way you control it fully. It is certainly happening on a limited scale already. It's certainly not difficult as many home users do it themselves (just not always able to inspect the code fully themselves). Governments and large corporates spend millions of US$ per annum of software which they could channel instead into recruiting qualified code analysers. For many countries that also means keeping their money onshore.

See more on this Android issue (past tense) at https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2019/06/google-confirms-2017-supply-chain-attack-that-sneaked-backdoor-on-android-devices/

#backdoor #android #triada
Google confirms that advanced backdoor came preinstalled on Android devices

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After Google successfully beat back Triada in 2017, its developers found a new way in.

https://gadgeteer.co.za/node/3245
 
Android auf Huawei-Smartphones: Google will Ausnahme für Huawei-Sanktionen #Android #Google #Huawei #Lockerung #Sanktionen #Smartphones #Verbot
 
Skype erlaubt Screen-Sharing in iOS- und Android-App #Android #Microsoft #Skype #iOS
 
Nokia 2.2 und Nokia 3.2: Einsteiger-Handys mit Android One und Sondertasten #Android #HMDGlobal #Nokia #Smartphones
 
HMD Global: Neues Nokia 2.2 kostet 130 Euro #HMDGlobal #Android #Android9 #AndroidOne #Smartphone #Nokia #Mobil
 
Red Magic 3 im Test: Eine Menge Smartphone für 480 Euro #Smartphone #Android #Android9 #Benchmark #Lüfter #OLED #Oneplus #Snapdragon #Games #Mobil
 
Trotz US-Sanktionen: Huawei bringt Android 9 auf weitere Smartphones #Android #Handys #Huawei #Smartphones
 
Google: Vierte Betaversion von Android Q auch für Pixel 3a #AndroidQ #Android #Google
 
Google Play: Werbe-Plugin "BeiTaAD" sabotierte Millionen von Android-Geräten #Adware #Android #GooglePlay #GooglePlayStore #Smartphones #Tablets
 
Microsoft: Skype ermöglicht Screen-Sharing über Mobile-Apps #Skype #Android #App #InstantMessenger #PC #Videotelefonie #iOS #Microsoft #Softwareentwicklung
 
Android: Juni-Update beseitigt acht kritische Fehler #Android #Android9 #Datensicherheit #Sicherheitslücke #Security
 

The 20 Best Xposed Framework Modules for Rooted Android Phones - These Xposed modules will expand the functionality of your Android device

Xposed Framework is a way to install special apps on your Android device called modules, which can be customized to your liking to modify your phone in many different ways.

Basically, you install an app called Xposed Installer that lets you download other apps that are the actual programs that do all the modifying.

Some of the excellent mods covered include:
- YouTube AdAway
- Auto-save Snapchat pictures and videos
- GravityBox is an arsenal full of Android tweaks
- XBlast Tools with tweaks like Status Bar, Navigation Bar, Multi-Tasking, Quiet Hours, Driving Mode, Phone Tweaks, Carrier Label, Gradient Settings, Volume Button Tweaks, and several others
- XPrivacy to stop certain apps from accessing certain information
- Fake My GPS
- Advanced Power Menu+
- Greenify for app hibernation
- Deep Sleep (DS) Battery Saver
- BootManager to stop certain apps from launching automatically each time the device starts up
- XuiMod for system UI modifications you can make to the clock, battery bar, and notifications
- Zoom for Instagram
- Instagram Downloader
- MinMinGuard to Block in-app ads
- PinNotif to pin notifications
- WhatsApp Extensions such as chat reminders, per-contact custom wallpapers, and highlighted chats are just a few of the options, plus the ability to hide read receipts, hide when you were last seen online, and hide the camera button from being used
- RootCloak is an Xposed module that attempts to hide from other apps the fact that your phone is rooted
- Amplify is used to save battery life

See https://www.lifewire.com/best-xposed-framework-modules-4150726

#android #rooted
The 20 Best Xposed Framework Modules

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Install one (or all) of these free Xposed Framework modules to truly customize your Android device. Mod your lockscreen, status bar, and more.

https://gadgeteer.co.za/node/3241
 
Android-Patchday: Google behebt teils kritische Schwachstellen #Android #Android-Smartphone #Google #GooglePixel #Patchday #Sicherheitslücken
 
Smartphones: Oppo und Xiaomi packen die Frontkamera unter das Display #Smartphone #Android #Android-Handy #Oppo #Xiaomi #Handy #Mobil
 

6 Open Source Android Alternative Operating Systems For Mobiles... because you DO have freedom of choice

In the wake of the ongoing US-Huawei-Google tussle, many Android enthusiasts are wondering about the different alternative phone operating systems that are out there. We have Apple’s iOS at our disposal, but the cost of owning an iPhone makes it an impossible choice for many (and for me its restrictions were just too much).

But here is a list of alternatives of which LineageOS probably has the widest support for different devices at https://fossbytes.com/android-alternatives-open-source-linux/

#android
https://gadgeteer.co.za/node/3226
 
Department of Justice reportedly may lead Google antitrust probe

The Department of Justice is preparing to conduct a wide-ranging antitrust investigation into Google's business practices, multiple sources have said to... by Jules Wang in Google, News, Rumors

https://www.androidpolice.com/2019/06/01/department-of-justice-reportedly-may-lead-google-antitrust-probe/

#google #antitrust #android #chrome

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6 Open Source Android Alternative Operating Systems For Mobiles... because you DO have freedom of choice

In the wake of the ongoing US-Huawei-Google tussle, many Android enthusiasts are wondering about the different alternative phone operating systems that are out there. We have Apple’s iOS at our disposal, but the cost of owning an iPhone makes it an impossible choice for many (and for me its restrictions were just too much).

But here is a list of alternatives of which LineageOS probably has the widest support for different devices at https://fossbytes.com/android-alternatives-open-source-linux/

#android
https://drupal.gadgeteerza.co.za/node/3226
 
Software-Entwickler: Krypto-Fehler vermeiden mit Cognicrypt #Java #Android #Datensicherheit #Entwicklungsumgebung #Programmiersprache #Verschlüsselung #Security
 
US-Boykott: Telekom-Mitarbeiter sollen auf Huawei-Diensthandy verzichten #Huawei #Android #Vodafone #Alphabet #DonaldTrump #GooglePlay #Innovation #Oneplus #Patent #Smartphone
 
Heute um 21 Uhr auf der #GPN19: "Freiheit zum mitnehmen: Ein #Workshop von An- zu F- zu G-Droid" im ZKM_Ackerspace:
https://pretalx.entropia.de/gpn19/talk/BQKZNL/

#FreieSoftware #Android #Fdroid #Gdroid #Orbot
 
Der chinesische IT-Riese Huawei hat das Vorgehen der USA gegen den Konzern als "gefährlichen Präzedenzfall" kritisiert. Vor einem US-Gericht beantragte Huawei eine Beschleunigung seiner Klage gegen die Beschränkungen. #Huawei #USA #China #Handeskrieg #Android #Google #ARM
 
Moto Z4: Amazon verschickt noch unbekanntes Moto-Smartphone #Motorola #Android #Amazon #Android9 #MotoMods #OLED #Smartphone #Snapdragon #Lenovo #Mobil
 
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