The most recent Android P Developer Preview brings OxygenOS highlights like Face Unlock and the capacity to change the system accent colors on the OnePlus 6.
Google has made an announcement about the Android P Developer Previews at I/O 2018. It will be accessible crosswise over lead gadgets other than the Pixel series. Therefore, the most recent Android P Developer Preview 2 is presently available in the Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Essential Phone, Sony Xperia XZ2 and even the OnePlus 6. The most recent Developer Preview accompanies support for different OxygenOS highlights too, over the new upgrades that Android P brings.
This update was spotted by XDA’s member named floo71 on Baidu and not long after, it was reported on OnePlus’ Chinese forums. The changelog has been furnished by XDA Developers alongside a well-ordered procedure of how to install it.
About Face Unlock
The new update carries Face Unlock alongside Google Lens integration in the camera application. It additionally settles a couple of soundness issues. Be that as it may, a few highlights like the camera portrait mode, Wi-Fi device manager and even more are not working.
XDA clients recognized some more increases which incorporate the capacity to change system accent color in the Settings application. You can likewise turn on the Ambient Display. Different highlights include the capacity to hide the full-screen gestures and the notch.
About Google Lens
At last, Google Lens is presently incorporated in the camera application. Lens is Google’s Computer Vision-fueled visual identification application. To make the most out of it, you should turn on the feature and tap an item in the frame – Google Lens will endeavor to recognize it.
To install this update, you have to complete a full wipe of the system. The ROM document is accessible on Google Drive. A backup of all the documents is unquestionably suggested and you will require the TWRP recovery installed.
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