Galaxy Note 8 Android 8.0 Oreo Update Available Early

Android 8.1 OTA adds HD Voice Calling for Pixel 2 XL devices on ...
Google starts rolling out Android 8.1 Oreo to Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL
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10 December, 2017

The OTA update measures 153 MB in size and is aimed at enhancing the performance, stability and security of the Xiaomi Mi A1.

Once the installation completes, you will be opted out of the beta program to be eligible for future stable OTA releases.

The search giant has added improved neural network API, Pixel visual core support, and hamburger emoji, fixed some touch sensitivity issues and more in Android 8.1 oreo. The update brings a range of new features to the handsets.

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What are your thoughts on Mi A1 updates if you own this device?

When it comes to the Android 8.0 Oreo update to the first Android One smartphone from Xiaomi's stable, it looks like the update will be rolled out to the beta testers initially. This will save your data and you can restore them back on your device once your device is upgraded with Android 8.1 update. Now, it is official that the Android 8.1 has just escaped from the Beta version, and the manufacturers are expected to work on the newer version if they do care. It is still unclear whether this update will be available for other devices than the Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL devices. Also, the company promised Android Oreo before the end of the year. If you are using the device, you can navigate to the device's Settings → About Phone and check for the system update manually from there. The latest operating system (OS) update may have seemingly little changes from the original Oreo version, but it brings a few important tools vital for artificial intelligence (AI) functions, as well as machine learning.

After updating from Android 8.0, heading to Settings Network & Internet Mobile network displays a new option for Advanced Calling. That update caused incompatibility between the System Update code and the Checkin code.


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