• Everything New In Google Camera 8.7 On The Pixel 7 Series

    1 month ago - By Android Headlines

    The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are Google's latest phones, and they ship with the Google Camera version 8.7. Many of you are probably wondering what's changed in this app, well, that's what we're here to talk about.
    Google Camera 8.7 from the Pixel 7 brings quite a few changes to the table
    Based on a report by 9to5Google , there are quite a few changes here. Let's kick things off with the ‘Double-tap action', which is back. This has been removed with the Pixel 5 and 4a 5G, but it's now back.
    You can essentially tag a double-tap action to one of the offered options, including Zoom, Switch...
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  • Google Pixel 7 & Pixel 7 Pro First To Support Only 64-Bit Apps

    Google Pixel 7 & Pixel 7 Pro First To Support Only 64-Bit Apps

    1 month ago - By Android Headlines

    The newly-announced Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are the first smartphones to support only 64-bit apps. These two phones come with a 64-bit only build of Android 13, it has been confirmed.
    The Pixel 7 series phones are first to support only 64-bit apps
    This information comes from a Twitter user ‘ Lucas ', and it has been confirmed by Mishaal Rahman. The Google Tensor G2 does support 32-bit apps, but Google removed the previous ABIs in Android 13 for the Pixel 7 series. So, it basically forced it to move to supporting 64-bit apps only.
    Is that a problem? Well, no, not really. Pretty much...
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  • Some sideloaded apps won't work with the Pixel 7, and here's why

    Some sideloaded apps won't work with the Pixel 7, and here's why

    1 month ago - By Phandroid

    In the earlier days of the smartphone, apps were created in 32-bit, but if you recall, Google made it mandatory that future Android apps have 64-bit support. For the most part this doesn't really affect many users, but it seems that it might have a bigger and more noticeable effect on the new Google Pixel 7 series. In a Reddit post by Mishaal Rahman, it seems that the new Pixel 7 series could actually be the first only 64-bit Android smartphone launched to date. Rahman's findings come on the back of several users who had issues sideloading older Android apps onto the phone. In the example...
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