8 Hidden Android Oreo Features You Don't Know



Google recently announced Android 8.0 as Android Oreo and also started rolling out the public build of Android Oreo 8.0.0 for Nexus and Pixel devices. While you already know about the major Android Oreo features and changes, there are some hidden Android Oreo features and Android Oreo under the hood changes that you don’t know.

1. Streamlined SMS Authentication
2. Wise Limits on Apps
3. WiFi Aware
4. Autofill API
5. Granular Battery Details
6. Secure Developer Options and APK Installation
7. Rescue Party to Fix Bootloop Issues
8. Other Under The Hood Changes

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Music: LowRider by Joakim Karud

Android Oreo is starting to roll out on Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Nexus Player and Pixel C. Devices like Samsung Galaxy S8, OnePlus 5, LG G6, Xiaomi Redmi and Mi phones, Nokia phones, Motorola phones, Lenovo phones etc. should receive the Android Oreo update in the coming months.

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39 Replies to “8 Hidden Android Oreo Features You Don't Know”

  1. Adrian Lee

    What so good about Oreo Android when they do not allow apps to save to ext SDCard location, when my Andriod 4.3 is able to do that…? Or am I wrong pls comment

  2. Hong An

    how can I use the Select to Speak feature if the manufacture removed the accessibility button on the navigation bar ?? instead there is a screenshot button… I'm using Alldocube M8 with Android 8.0.0. already switched on Select to Speak but nowhere to find the person shaped accessibility button

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