By now you’ve probably seen a lot about Android Oreos changes.
If you haven’t, you’re probably waiting for an update.
But if you’re like us, you can already do some pretty neat things with Oreo.
If, however, you don’t know where to start, this guide will walk you through the most important things to know about Android 8 Oreo to get you up and running on your new phone.
We’ve covered many of the major new features in Oreo in this series, so this article will focus on some of the lesser-known features that are still in Oreos latest version.
This guide also contains some useful links to other parts of the Android ecosystem that can help you learn more about them.
This article is aimed at Android 8, Oreo, and Google’s new software for mobile devices.
There are a few more changes that you should definitely check out if you have an older device.
We’re not going to be covering all of them in this guide, so if you don`t already know what they are, there’s a good chance you will find it useful.
If you’ve got an older Android device, we recommend that you try out the official Google Developer channel for the latest developer preview of Oreo for the Android 8 operating system.
The channels will also work with devices running older versions of Android, so be sure to check out the instructions there before attempting to install Oreo on your device.
If all else fails, there are also a number of guides on the internet that will help you get started on the Android Oreolos new features.
You can also check out this guide from Android Police.
The Oreo team is still working on the Oreo software, but the general look of the software is the same.
The big change from Oreo 1.1 is that Oreo is now the default Android operating system on devices running Android 8 and up.
You’ll notice that the Oreos new version of the Google Play app has been removed from the Android Store, as well as the Google App Engine.
If there is a way to get these apps back, that’s another story.
We will be covering how to get back the Google Apps and Google Play apps in our next article.
There are still a number more new features coming in OreoS 8, but this is a pretty big list.
We’ve already covered most of them, but there are still some things you need know before trying them out.
We are aware of issues with Oreos version of Android Oreomap on some devices.
We are working on a fix.
We don’t have a timeline for when that fix will be available.
The new Android OreoS Oreo version of Google Play has been released.
The latest version of Oreos app stores on Android devices can be found here .
Oreos Google Play store is now available on all Android devices running Google Android 8 OS, and the OreoS app store is not yet available on other Android devices.
Google is also working on some other changes to the Android app store, which should also be available in the near future.
If this guide helps you get your Android OreOs experience up and going, you’ll also find it on Android Central .
Android Central is the home of Android news and features, and it’s a great place to learn all things Android.