Instagram has been flirting with multiple account support and now that is finally starting to become real to more and more users. A while back, the app got multiple account support for some users, but it was rapidly removed. Now the feature is back and it is here to stay. Instagram announced today via a post that the new feature is officially in full effect. In order to get it, you will need the v7.15 update. The multiple account feature is beautifully involved into the app. You are able to add a new account from the settings menu and in order to switch between existing accounts all you have to do is tap the drop-down menu on your profile page. Your profile photo will appear throughout the app so that you know which account you are using at any given time. This change will basically make your life easier by letting you switch between a personal and a professional account at any given time. You can download the Instagram app from the Google Play Store widget below. Will this new feature help you in any way? Let us know in the comment section below!
Whenever you flash ROMs or ZIP files on your Android device, you will surely need and use TWRP. It is the most common and supported custom recovery for Google’s OS. Now, it is finally getting a new update. The 3.0.0 release is just around the door and it brings about many many changes, including a new theme to match Android’s newest look. Below you can see the official changelog for TWRP’s newest update: Completely new theme – Much more modern and much nicer looking (by z31s1g) True Terminal Emulator – Includes arrow keys, tab and tab completion, etc. (by _that) Language translation – It won’t be perfect and especially some languages that require large font files like Chinese & Japanese won’t be availble on most devices. Also some languages may only be partially translated at this time. Feel free to submit more translations to OmniROM’s Gerrit. (mostly by Dees_Troy) Flashing of sparse images – On select devices you will be able to flash some parts of factory images via the TWRP GUI (by HashBang173) Adopted storage support for select devices – TWRP can now decrypt adopted storage partitions from Marshmallow Reworked graphics to bring us more up to date with AOSP – includes support for adf and drm graphics (by Dees_Troy) SuperSU prompt will no longer display if a Marshmallow ROM is installed Update exfat, exfat fuse, dosfstools (by mdmower) Update AOSP base to 6.0 A huge laundry list of other minor fixes and tweaks The new TWRP version looks much […]
HTC One A9 will get an update to Android 6.0.1 very very soon. This is the luckiest single Android device on the market at the moment because it is getting an update that only Nexus devices are enjoying at the moment. This smartphone is hooked up to Google somehow because it is getting updates sooner than most other OEM devices and it is receiving the monthly security patches well ahead of other flagships. HTC One A9 unlocked was the first to get Android 6.0.1 at the end of 2015, and now the Sprint carrier version is getting the same treatment. This brings A9 to version 1.57.651.1, which brings about the new Android 6.0.1 emojis with some improvements and the following enhancements: Marshmallow 6.0.1 update Battery life improvements addition of Wi-Fi Calling functionality camera feature improvements system enhancements. The OTA should already be on route to HTC One A9 devices. Just in case you’re not seeing the notification on your device yet, you should be patient because the release could be somewhat slow. Of course, you can grab the 1.86GB RUU file and flash it manually. If you do this you will lose your data forever, so be cautious. Or you can just wait for the update to reach you. Source: HTC Support via AndroidPolice
Some Marshmallow updates like to keep users guessing and Samsung’s newest Galaxy devices will make you have to wait for a while too. Android 6.0 updates were supposed to hit Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ in December, but the update is not here yet. In some leaked documents we found out that the two devices will get the update sometime in February. Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge have also been delayed with updates coming sometime in February/March. Galaxy S5 will receive its Android 6.0 update in April, if we are to believe leaks. The update situation is pretty complex, at least when it comes to Samsung, who has tons of devices which function on numerous carriers. This makes their update a complex and long process. Since Samsung does not offer any guidelines on when they release their updates, we cannot expect any kind of apology on delays either. If you have one of the aforementioned devices and you are waiting for an update, you will just have to wait for a little while longer. Source: Droid Life
OnePlus has begun working on its devices and their OS and the first to get an update on OxygenOS 2.2.0 is One Plus X. One Plus X is close to getting the OTA and if you are lucky and have one of these, you too could be getting the update in the next 24 hours. The manufacturer has announced that the update has started to roll out today. One Plus X was launched with Android Lollipop and the Android version remains the same, with some changes. The changelog includes the manual camera mode found on OnePlus 2 earlier last year, the option to save photos to a microSD card and dual SIM preferences added to system settings. Official changelog: Manual mode for Camera App Save to SD card option in Camera App USSD bug fix for India Added dual SIM preferences back in system settings OTA App upgrade Security patches General bug fixes and optimizations Apart from the aforementioned changes, the rest of the update is comprised of bug fixes. Happy updating! Source: OnePlusNet
Sprint’s LG G Stylo is getting an update to android Marshmallow. The device got to Sprint in June and it didn’t make that much of a fuss then because it is basically a generic big-screen low-price device with a built-in stylus. The device may not be on your most important devices to update by the end of the year, but here we are. Sprint officially announced Android 6.0 for LG G Stylo, and it should be rolling out to all devices starting today. It may take a week to get to ALL devices in the US, but it is happening. This is the third official update for the device, which seems to be easy to update or popular among Android devs! The T Mobile G Stylo version did not receive its Marshmallow flavor yet, but we hope it will happen soon. Source: Sprint Support via AndroidPolice