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Dig Into Android 8.1 Feedback

Dig Into Android 8.1 Feedback

If you own an older device like the Nexus 6P or Nexus 5X it might be a good idea to dig into Android 8.1 feedback before you install.

Use this time to acquire feedback about the Android 8.1 update for your device. This feedback could alert you to potential benefits and problems with your version of the upgrade. 

We're already seeing feedback popup on social media sites like Twitter and YouTube and we've also seen early feedback go up on the Android Central Forums, XDA-Developer forums, and Google's Nexus Help Forums.

We've also put together some feedback about the Nexus 5X's Android 8.1 update and it could help you decide when to install Android 8.1

Some of might want to hold out and wait for long term feedback to arrive. We should see tons of information about Android 8.1's performance emerge during the next couple of weeks so you'll want to keep your ears to the ground as we push away from the release. 

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    04/09/2018 at 3:29 am

    Very good the subject helped me thank you very much.

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