We'll be testing it soon, but we can confidently guess it'll probably run just about all of your apps without fail-something that developer preview 3 couldn't do.
Developers can look forward to incremental updates to the SDK, tools, and Android Emulator system images are said to be coming in the next few days.
Google released the initial Android O Developer Preview back in March, and I've been using it ever since on my Pixel XL. Google calls this build a "release candidate" for Android O, which means that the latest bug fixes and optimizations are present, along with the final APIs.
Musk says government likes plan for high-speed tunnels
It is likely only a matter of paperwork and technicality at this point, but this is good news for his Boring company . Given the huge traffic in Boston, it should come as no surprise that its residents are also intrigued by Musk's idea.
The as-yet-named Android O (Oreo, anyone?) includes a number of new features such as autofill, adaptive launcher icons, picture-in-picture, improved notifications, support for Wi-Fi Aware and more.
It won't be long now until we see the official release of Android O into the wild, and you know what that means: we'll finally find out what "O" stands for. Along with the new system images that Google has provided DP4 also comes with the stable version of the Android 26.0.0 Support Library.
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