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Moto G5s Plus and Moto G5 Plus users on Android 8.1 Oreo Soak test are now getting another Software update with August Patch

Early June, Motorola started rolling out Soak test of Android 8.1 Oreo for the Moto G5s Plus and Moto G5 Plus with June 1, 2018 Android security patch, Stability improvements and other interesting features along with Android 8.1 Oreo goodies.

Now, Motorola is rolling out another update for both the Moto G5s Plus and Moto G5 Plus users running Android 8.1 Oreo Soak test. This latest software update features build no. of OPS28.65-29 for the G5s Plus and  OPS28.85-10 for the Moto G5 Plus. Note that this is the 4th Soak test Oreo 8.1 Update, the G5s Plus is getting and 3rd for the G5 Plus.

The update brings Stability Improvements, Bug Fixes, August 2018 Security Patch, and enhancements.

The company is most likely to start Android 8.1 Oreo official rollout for the Moto G5s Plus by the end of this month or early September. We will let you know once the update is live. Stay tuned to our Facebook, Twitter, and Telegram to get the first News.




OFFICIAL: List Of Motorola Phones Getting Android 9.0 Pie

OFFICIAL: List Of Motorola Phones Getting Android 9.0 Pie
Now that Google has released the next version of Android, Android 9.0 Pie, the wait for the devices to get the update first has already started. Motorola today announced the list of its devices that will officially get the update and this list includes the devices that have been released by the company in the recent times as well as it also includes some devices that have been a little older.


However, the Moto G5s Plus has not been included in this list by the company even though the Special Edition smartphone was released last year. Here is the full List of Motorola Moto Devices Getting Android 9.0 Pie Official Update

List of Moto Smartphones getting Official Android 9.0 Pie -
  • Moto Z3
  • Moto Z3 Play
  • Moto Z2 Force 
  • Moto Z2 Play 
  • Moto G6 Plus
  • Moto G6
  • Moto G6 Play
  • Moto X4
That's 8 Moto devices getting Pie! Expect the update to come before the end of the year to the current 2018 portfolio and for the other devices it will come later on.

Motorola P30 - Official Phone Specifications | Latest News

The Motorola P30 comes with Glass Back, Premium Design and a Notch. Motorola is targeting Budget Segment with this Snapdragon 636 Powered Smartphone. Here are the Full Specifications.

Motorola P30 Official Specification
OS And Hardware
OSAndroid OS 8.0 Oreo | ZenUI 4.0
Model No.-
ChipsetQualcomm Qualcomm SDM636 Snapdragon 636
GPUAdreno 509
Dust/Water Resistance-
Body
DimensionsHeight: 155.5 mm Width: 75.95 mm Thickness: 7.69 mm
Weight170 g
ColorsIce White, Bright Black, Aurora
Display
Screen Size6.2-inches 19:9 with Notch
TypeIPS
ResolutionFHD
Protection2.5D Gorilla Glass
Memory
Internal64/128 GB
RAM6 GB
MicroSDUpto 256 GB
Camera
Primary16+5MP Dual Sensor
Secondary12MP
Comms
NFCYes
GPSYes
USBType-C
Battery and Power
Type3000 mAh battery
Charging18W
Launch
StatusAnnounced
Price
USDStarts 2099Yuan
Latest News
14/08/2018

Xiaomi Mi A1 receives Android 9.0 Pie via AOSP ROM

Xiaomi Mi A1 receives Android 9.0 Pie via AOSP ROM
How to Download and Install Android 9.0 Pie on Xiaomi Mi A1 (Tissot) | Unofficial AOSP Android Pie Custom ROM for Mi A1

Now that Google has released the next version of Android, Android 9.0 Pie, the wait for the devices to get the update has already started. Additionally, Android Pie is already available for Google Pixel and Pixel 2 devices.


Xiaomi has already confirmed that the Mi A1 will receive two years of Major Android Software and that includes the latest Android Pie. There's no informtaion on when Xiaomi is actually going to roll out this update, it may take a few months, as Android 9.0 Pie just came out. But if you want to taste Android Pie right now, you can do it via AOSP ROM. Developer "abhishek987" has successfully ported Android 9.0 Pie for the Mi A1. Additionally, most major aspects of the phone are working as expected.

With Android 9.0 Pie, you'll get new Swipe Gesture navigation, Rotation suggestion, Adaptive Battery and Adaptive Brightness, Smart replies, App actions, Text selection, Redesigned Quick Setting tiles and Notification Panel, Redesigned Volume Options, Brand new Settings, Privacy, Digital Wellbeings (Dashboard) and Winddown Mode, and more...


You'll need to Unlock Bootloader and Install TWRP Custom Recovery in-order to Install the AOSP Custom ROM based on Android 9.0 Pie on Mi A1. You can grab the Custom Rom ZIP file from below.

Stay tuned to our FacebookTwitter, and Telegram to get the first News.

Download Mi A1 Android Pie AOSP

Direct Download: AOSP ROM (Via XDA)

Email for Your Business: Top Tips and Tricks

Email for Your Business: Top Tips and Tricks
There is no doubt that email is a big part of our daily life. Everyone uses email nowadays, whether it is for professional or personal purposes. Email is such an important tool that our Android phones and the services we can access on them are tied to our email address (or email addresses).

Thanks to smartphones, Android as a mobile operating system, and the tools and services available for this platform, you can now take emails to the next level even when you’re on the go. As a professional or a business owner, this is a huge plus.

Email for your business is a capable tool, especially when you know how to use it effectively. To help you gain more from the use of business emails, here are some of the top tips and tricks you can use. 

Use Gmail’s Filters

The recently-updated Gmail app now comes with a lot of new tools. Before we get to other tools added in the last update, let’s take a closer look at filters and how they can really help you stay on top of your business-related tasks.

Using filters, you can actually direct emails into groups or folders, mark emails differently based on their content or other parameters, and even let certain emails go straight to archive so that your inbox remains clutter-free. You can start adding filters to your email addresses even when you’re not using Gmail’s email service; the Gmail app supports other email addresses too.

Speaking of the Gmail app, you can also fight spam and unwanted emails by using this app as your default email client. There are other mail apps available for Android, but you can never go wrong with Gmail. 

New Tools at Your Disposal
As mentioned before, the Gmail app was recently updated. Google added a lot of new features that are handy for business users. At the top of that list, there’s the new Snooze functionality. This isn’t a new function in email apps (even Google’s Inbox had it already), but it is the first time the feature has been implemented on Gmail and the native Gmail app.

Another handy feature to use is email scheduling right within the Gmail app. You no longer have to rely on third-party apps just to be able to send emails at certain times. Scheduling allows you to write replies to the emails you receive at night – when distractions are at minimum – and have the replies sent in the morning. 

Know the Etiquette
Just like other business communications, knowing how to use email properly is a huge plus when you are a business owner. Whether you are connecting with the customers, replying to emails from vendors, or trying to build a relationship with new clients or investors, sticking with email etiquette is a must.

Since we’re talking about emails on mobile devices, the first thing to remember is to keep it simple. The recipient is most likely reading the emails you send on a mobile device too and reading long emails on smartphones is never fun.

You also want to keep the subject line clear and concise. Make sure the recipient can get a good idea of what the email is all about from the subject line. After multiple replies, for example, cleaning up the subject line is a good idea. 

Go for Marketing
There are so many other ways to use email, including for promoting your business. You can add a signature to the bottom of every email as a way tolet others know more about your business. When crafted correctly, the email signature you add to every email can be a powerful marketing tool nonetheless.

Another way to use email to boost your business is through newsletters. Once again, putting yourself in the shoes of recipients is how you craft newsletters that are incredibly compelling and effective. You can use newslettertemplates as a starting point. Test different templates and choose one that works well for mobile devices before customising your message further.

Moderation is the key here; it is the key with most email communications. You don’t want to bombard your recipients with emails and marketing materials, so avoid using big signatures that take up half of the smartphone screen. Oh, and make sure you limit your business newsletter’s frequency too. 

Be the Recipient

The things that annoy you as an email user are most likely annoying for others too. Things like using SMS phrases that aren’t always easy to understand in emails and adding a signature to every reply you send (causing several of them to appear in the chain) must be avoided.

Fortunately, you now have more apps to help you use emails effectively. Don’t want to add a signature to replies? Adjust your email settings and you’re good to go. Want to keep your inbox clear from clutter? Use filters and folders to your advantage. You’ll be using emails like a pro before you know it.

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