Monday, April 12, 2021

Do we still need yearly Android updates? (Ex 9, 10, 11). Google should take the Windows 10 approach since there’s nothing major being update

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    Do we still need yearly Android updates? (Ex 9, 10, 11). Google should take the Windows 10 approach since there’s nothing major being updated nowadays. We can just get new features like the “feature drops” that Pixels get to along the security patches and fixes. Thoughts?Do we still need yearly Android updates? (Ex 9, 10, 11). Google should take the Windows 10 approach since there’s nothing major being updated nowadays. We can just get new features like the “feature drops” that Pixels get to along the security patches and fixes. Thoughts?See More

    #46084
    Jay Christian
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    Been android 9 on my LG g7 since I got it 2 years ago. Wish I had 10

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    Josh Avondoglio
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    Security updates across manufacturers should be more regular and up-to-date.

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    Edwin Fernández Hernández
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    I think they should have stayed making it Android 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, etc… Since honestly since Android 5 there hasn’t been anything transcendent. Maybe Android 9 changed the design a bit, can’t quite remember now, but I do remember Android 5 (Marshmellow) being a real nice update.

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    Jordan Parchment
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    I think it’s them trying to keep up with competitors

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    Zac Webb
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    Pretty sure that’s being implemented currently.

    Google is working on segmenting Android in packs so they can be updated individually.

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