Android 8.0 Oreo review

Alex walks through the latest version of Android for 2017 and beyond, Android 8.0 Oreo!

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33 thoughts on “Android 8.0 Oreo review

  1. I think the text writing on )re0 8.0.0 is far more cumbersome than the previous version. I use a 180 x 180 9 key keyboards and to turn off predictive text for a word not in the dictionary, you need to perform additional actions. Hit arrow, got to menu, go to turn off predictive text and back again. WHY? Previously that was at the bottom right, why change it/

  2. Question 1 the changes to the notification I can't see them in the newer version when I change font size in the settings it doesn't apply to the notification tray is there a way to change this? Question number 2 the colors have changed I have a theme applied to my phone but the colors will not change and I can't see them how do I adjust and customize the colors on the notification tree and the phone dialer as I had had them before or to a color combination that works for my legal blindness. The changes to the icons on my desktop make my desktop almost unusable because of the white background with the Adaptive apps? Is there any way to customize these for visual impairment question

  3. Motorola is doing very bad in providing security patches and OS updates.
    It's too late now moto… Please provide Oreo ASAP.

  4. Sadly, it seems notification channels are kinda "broken" on Oreo compared to Nougat.
    Setting different sounds for different contexts (SMS, Email, …) doesn't function correctly anymore with Oreo, it all defaults to "default notification sound" (at least, on my HTC 10. Lots of users do complain about this, whatever the phone brand/model).
    It's hard to understand such a bug/regression could not be detected.

  5. why are people making fun of IOS?
    Don’t trash it just because it’s apple.
    IOS 11 did a really good job with the ipad pro and iphone X.
    Not saying it is perfect but that the same same with androids os.
    Android has became far better than it was and so as ios.
    They are both good in there own way and they both have a lots of parts to learn from each other.
    Love how better both softwares are becoming.
    The only thing I want from android is faster and longer support for updates. (other than google devices)
    It’s not all Google’s fault for slower updates but when i compare it to IOS updates it’s just annoying.

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