Download and install Android O Developer Preview for Nexus Devices

Download and install Android O Developer Preview for Nexus Devices

Hello Friends, Today i am going to tell you How to install Android O Developer Preview for Nexus Devices. This is the best way to Download Android O Developer Preview for Nexus Devices. So you can check Android O Developer Preview for Nexus Devices Below Here. Google made available the Android O Developer Preview, and for the second time it did so ahead of its annual Google I/O Developer's Conference. The final version won't be with us until late summer, but if you're curious it is possible to download Android O today on compatible devices. While Android O is currently unavailable through Android Beta Program, the factory images are already live. Here’s how you can install Android O Developer Preview 1 on your Pixel or Nexus phones. The Android O developer preview version is also available for Pixel C tablet and Nexus Player. Here’s how to install the preview build on your compatible Nexus or Pixel device.

List of android Devices which Get Android O (oreo Android 8.0)
The Android O Developer Preview can run on only certain Google devices. Those devices are:
Google Pixel
Google Pixel XL
Google Pixel C
Google Nexus 6P
Google Nexus 5X
Nexus Player

What's new in O?
Android O introduces a number of new features and APIs to use in your apps. Here's are just a few new things for you to start trying in this first Developer Preview:

Background limits: Building on the work we began in Nougat, Android O puts a big priority on improving a user's battery life and the device's interactive performance. To make this possible, we've put additional automatic limits on what apps can do in the background, in three main areas: implicit broadcasts, background services, and location updates. These changes will make it easier to create apps that have minimal impact on a user's device and battery. Background limits represent a significant change in Android, so we want every developer to get familiar with them. Check out the documentation on background execution limits and background location limits for details.

Notification channels: Android O also introduces notification channels, which are new app-defined categories for notification content. Channels let developers give users fine-grained control over different kinds of notifications — users can block or change the behavior of each channel individually, rather than managing all of the app's notifications together.

Android O also adds new visuals and grouping to notifications that make it easier for users to see what's going on when they have an incoming message or are glancing at the notification shade.

Autofill APIs: Android users already depend on a range of password managers to autofill login details and repetitive information, which makes setting up new apps or placing transactions easier. Now we are making this work more easily across the ecosystem by adding platform support for autofill. Users can select an autofill app, similar to the way they select a keyboard app. The autofill app stores and secures user data, such as addresses, user names, and even passwords. For apps that want to handle autofill, we're adding new APIs to implement an Autofill service.

PIP for handsets and new windowing features: Picture in Picture (PIP) display is now available on phones and tablets, so users can continue watching a video while they're answering a chat or hailing a car. Apps can put themselves in PiP mode from the resumed or a pausing state where the system supports it - and you can specify the aspect ratio and a set of custom interactions (such as play/pause). Other new windowing features include a new app overlay window for apps to use instead of system alert window, and multi-display support for launching an activity on a remote display.

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Font resources in XML: Fonts are now a fully supported resource type in Android O. Apps can now use fonts in XML layouts as well as define font families in XML — declaring the font style and weight along with the font files.

Adaptive icons: To help you integrate better with the device UI, you can now create adaptive icons that the system displays in different shapes, based on a mask selected by the device. The system also animates interactions with the icons, and uses them in the launcher, shortcuts, Settings, sharing dialogs, and in the overview screen.

Wide-gamut color for apps: Android developers of imaging apps can now take advantage of new devices that have a wide-gamut color capable display. To display wide gamut images, apps will need to enable a flag in their manifest (per activity) and load bitmaps with an embedded wide color profile (AdobeRGB, Pro Photo RGB, DCI-P3, etc.).

Connectivity: For the ultimate in audio fidelity, Android O now also supports high-quality Bluetooth audio codecs such as LDAC codec. We're also adding new Wi-Fi features as well, like Wi-Fi Aware, previously known as Neighbor Awareness Networking (NAN). On devices with the appropriate hardware, apps and nearby devices can discover and communicate over Wi-Fi without an Internet access point. We're working with our hardware partners to bring Wi-Fi Aware technology to devices as soon as possible.

The Telecom framework is extending ConnectionService APIs to enable third party calling apps integrate with System UI and operate seamlessly with other audio apps. For instance, apps can have their calls displayed and controlled in different kinds of UIs such as car head units.

Keyboard navigation: With the advent of Google Play apps on Chrome OS and other large form factors, we're seeing a resurgence of keyboard navigation use within these apps. In Android O we focused on building a more reliable, predictable model for "arrow" and "tab" navigation that aids both developers and end users.

AAudio API for Pro Audio: AAudio is a new native API that's designed specifically for apps that require high-performance, low-latency audio. Apps using AAudio read and write data via streams. In the Developer Preview we're releasing an early version of this new API to get your feedback.

WebView enhancements: In Android Nougat we introduced an optional multiprocess mode for WebView that moved the handling of web content into an isolated process. In Android O, we're enabling multiprocess mode by default and adding an API to let your app handle errors and crashes, for enhanced security and improved app stability. As a further security measure, you can now opt in your app's WebView objects to verify URLs through Google Safe Browsing.

Java 8 Language APIs and runtime optimizations: Android now supports several new Java Language APIs, including the new java.time API. In addition, the Android Runtime is faster than ever before, with improvements of up to 2x on some application benchmarks.

Partner platform contributions: Hardware manufacturers and silicon partners have accelerated fixes and enhancements to the Android platform in the O release. For example, Sony has contributed more than 30 feature enhancements including the LDAC codec and 250 bug fixes to Android O.

1. This ROM is work on Nexus Devices. Don’t try this on any other device
2. Before do all thing , developer Option menu must be unlocked and USB Debugging mode enabled from developer option.
3. Before you doing these steps , you have to unblock your bootloader your device.
4. You have to back up your android phone, before doing this. It will erase your all data, contacts, and apps
5. Your device must have 60% battery before do all these thing.
6. Follow my all thing step by step. Otherwise your device may brick. are not responsible for this.

Download Android O Developer Preview for Google Pixel and Nexus Devices
Download Android O Developer Preview Factory Image –
Factory Image of Android O Developer Preview for Nexus 5x – Download 
Factory Image of Android O Developer Preview for Nexus 6p – Download
Android O Factory Image for Nexus Player – Download 
Android O Factory Image for Pixel C – Download 
Factory Image of Android O Developer Preview for Google Pixel – Download 
Factory Image of Android O Developer Preview for Pixel XL – Download 

How to Install Android O Developer Preview Factory Image on Pixel and Nexus Devices

Unlock Bootloader to Install Android O

1) First of all enable ‘USB debugging’ and ‘OEM Unlock’ option from setting>developer option>.

2) Now Go to ADB  installation directory and press and hold ‘shift’ key and right-clicked anywhere in the folder and select ‘Open command window here’.

3) Now connect your device to PC and enter into the fastboot mode. And type this command:-

adb reboot bootloader

4) You are in Fastboot mode now to check your connection by entering below command in command prompt.

fastboot devices

5) Now to unlock bootloader of Pixel on Android O, go to the command line and type below command. It will only take seconds to complete the process.

fastboot flashing unlock

6) Now your device will reboot into bootloader mode.

Steps to install Android O Developer Preview

1: Connect your device using a USB cable and turn it off.

2: Now, start the device in the Fastboot mode: turn on the phone while pressing and holding the Volume Down + Power keys until you see the Fastboot menu and the START text on top. [Find the correct combination for your device here]

3: Extract the downloaded Android O zip file and copy/paste all the files to the Platform Tools folder where the adb and fastboot files are. This ensures that you aren’t required to type the path to the different files when flashing the images.

4: This step involves flashing the Android O developer preview factory image to your device. Open the folder containing the Android O developer preview factory image. In the address bar, type cmd and type the command written below and press enter.

On Windows: Run flash-all.bat
On Mac: Run using Terminal
On Linux: Run

5: Once the script finishes running, your Nexus or Pixel will reboot. First boot may take up to 5 minutes, so don’t be worried if it takes your device longer than usual to boot up. Once it’s back up, your device will be running the first ever Android O developer preview.
Download and install Android O Developer Preview for Nexus Devices Download and install Android O Developer Preview for Nexus Devices Reviewed by Johnson James on March 23, 2017 Rating: 5

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