Google Lens now live on all Android phones through Photos


Users will now be able to scan things through the app to receive information, so if you are unsure about anything ranging from a dog's breed to flower type, the Lens can answer all of your queries.

What else are you hoping Google adds to Android P?

You can keep up with the development progress of android P on the Android Developers site.

For a bit of information for the Android P Developer Preview, have a peek at the video above. Earlier this was available to only the latest Pixel smartphone users. Especially if you have a Pixel 2. We have identified a fix that will be rolling out in the coming months. The company hasn't revealed about the glitches yet but Pixel 2 and Pixel XL users are posting their detestation about the devices on social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook, Reddit and Google's product forum site. (As some commenters noted, it also looks basically like the Patreon logo.) As you scroll up and down, the colors change and the P gets bigger and smaller in a funhouse-like effect. Given how quickly dual-lens cameras are becoming a standard on high-end flagship smartphones, it makes sense that the Android team would work on this aspect.

For those that have installed the Developer Preview, if you head to the usually hidden developer options menu you'll now find an option to increase the allowed number of connected Bluetooth audio devices.

Neural Networks API 1.1 - an update to the Neural Network API introduced in Android 8.1.

This means you shouldn't expect any major changes, at least visually, but it's still an important update we recommend everyone download and install. However, they only apply to the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. However, this is designed specifically for developers and will come with bugs and issues. In closing, don't wait, get this update right away. We don't know how it'll work on each platform just yet, and Google makes no promises as such.

Download the appropriate system image for your device from, then unzip it to a safe directory. You will need the Android SDK on your computer and drivers to recognize the phone.

If you want to go back to Android Oreo and erase all traces of Android P from your phone, you can do so by manually flashing an Android Oreo factory image to your device.