Android 7.1 Nougat to come with Nexus Launcher, Redesigned Navbar and Other Features



Google has already released Android 7.0 Nougat, But Wait! Where's the leaked Nexus Launcher, New Navigation Bar Design, Google Assistant and Other Leaked features?


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Well According to Nate Benis, Google will bring Nexus Launcher and Other Goodies with first maintenance release of Android Nougat (MR1). Google may be planning to bump the version number up to 7.1 with the first maintenance update.

There are also rumors that Android 7.1 will come Pre-Installed with 2016 Nexus Smartphones. Both the Firmware and Nexus Devices are tipped to arrive somewhere in October.

Source- Nate Benis

Motorola revamps its history archives

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Some time ago, the history website at motorola.com went away, and many fans were wondering what was going on. Well, now they're back with a design revamp and even more company facts.

The new "Motorola Milestones" page covers iconic releases from the past each month and now it's celebrating Motorola Brazil's 20th anniversary and also the 25th anniversary of the MicroTAC lite, the first dual-mode phone.




Want to learn more? You can head over to the Motorola Archives to learn  about the awesome history of the company right here: MOTOROLA HISTORY



LG Nexus 5 gets AOSP Android 7.0 Nougat Port

Few days back Google just revealed the Android 7.0 Nougat and accordingly it's the sweetest Android version yet. The Firmware is available for Supported Nexus Devices.



Unfortunately Nexus 5 (One of the popular Nexus Device) is not officially supported to get Android 7.0 Nougat. But Thanks to Santhosh M (Xda developer) who has managed to Port Android 7.0 Nougat AOSP for Nexus 5.


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LG Nexus 5 gets AOSP Android 7.0 Nougat Port



For Now WiFi, RIL, Audio and much more works perfectly, Though there are some bugs which needs to be fixed. 

To Install This Custom Build on Your Nexus 5, Just Download the AOSP Build from - Here and Flash the .zip file from any Custom Recovery.

You can head ahead to XDA Forum for more info on AOSP 7.0 Nexus 5.

Work on CyanogenMod 14 (Nougat) has started

Work on CyanogenMod 14 (Nougat) has started


The Only hope for Most of the outdated Smartphones getting Android 7.0 Nougat is Cyanogenmod, and CyanogenMod Team has started working on Cyanogenmod 14 which will be based on Android 7.0 Nougat.



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Cyanogen Team has just started working on CyanogenMod 14 (Nougat). There's still no idea how long it will take CyanogenMod to ship first Stable ROM. For Now Cyanogen is working to bring Cyanogenmod 14 to Nexus 5x. Other Devices will start getting CyanogenMod 14 Custom Roms (Thanks to Developers) As soon As the Source is out. 

So, all of that is to say sit tight, and be happy that Nougat is on the way to a Cyanogen installation near you!



Source- CyanogenMod (Github)

How to Enable Night Mode on Android 7.0 Nougat

How to Enable Night Mode on Android 7.0 Nougat


Google Android 7.0 Nougat comes with Lots of Amazing features, Most of them are same as that of Preview Builds of Android N, But Nougat seems missing The "Night Mode" feature.

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From The Release of Android Marshmallow, We were expecting "Night Mode" in Next Release of Android. But Google Pulled it back again, Though The Feature is hidden in Android 7.0 Nougat and You can now enable it using an Application called "Night Mode Enabler".



Night Mode gives a Darker UI to your Smartphone. You can Download "Night Mode Enabler" from Play store. Night Mode enabler will help you to tuck Night Mode Option to SystemUI Tuner.

Download- Night Mode Enabler (Play Store)

Motorola Modems and connectivity products coming to the world


Earlier this year, Motorola and Zoom Telephonics began their 5 year partnership in which Zoom will manufacture and sell Motorola-branded devices (following Motorola design, quality and connectivity standards) in the US. Four cable modems have been released since them and all of them have become Amazon best sellers.



As you might or might not know, Motorola was the best selling modem and set-top box brand under its Motorola Home business until Google sold it to Arris in 2013. At first, Arris took away the Motorola brand and its sales started to decrease so they agreed with Motorola to use the Motorola brand for two years (until 2015). Motorola now gave the brand rights to Arris biggest competitor in the US, Zoom Telephonics. The new products are curved and even feature the iconic Motorola dimple in its logo, following Motorola design standards.






Now this deal has expanded, and Zoom will be able to sell these products in the USA and the rest of the world. The Motorola brand is known for being one of the top home connectivity brands in the world so this is great for Zoom, Motorola, Motorola fans and consumers.

In addition to cable modems we will see Motorola routers, range-extenders, powerline network adaptors and wireless access points devices. We will see these devices by late 2016. Here's a sneak peak of what's to come: