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ap_resizeIt's been a little over a month since the Moto X Play began receiving a much-appreciated Android 6.0 software update to mid-range model for 2015, the Moto X Play, at least in Brazil and India. And you know what that means: the required open source kernel files aren't far behind. Those files are now available on GitHub for anyone who wants a crack at them.

The original kernel files (for the Lollipop-based software available at release) were posted back in September of last year, not long after the announcement of the phone itself.

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Motorola Posts The Marshmallow Kernel Files For The Moto X Play was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 02/14/2016, 00:13. Read more

Back in December, we reported on a new "pseudo-drawer" for the YouTube app on Android - replacing the horizontal list of avatars and activity indicators found on phones, the drawer gave users a scrollable vertical list of subscriptions - avatars and names - along with actual numbers.

Now, it looks like the drawer is getting some tweaks. First, it overlaps the UI when expanded now, rather than pushing everything to the side.

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YouTube's Tablet Subscription List Gets Filters was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 02/13/2016, 22:46. Read more

milesYou may have heard: YouTube is getting into music in a big way. The Google-owned service has been a hotbed of music videos and independent artists almost since its inception, and lately pushes like YouTube Music and YouTube Red are formalizing that relationship. The latest progression comes out of left field: YouTube (and by extension, Google/Alphabet) has purchased BandPage, a service that helps artists and groups create website profiles specifically for music.

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YouTube Acquires BandPage, A Musician Profile Company, On Undisclosed Terms was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 02/13/2016, 20:47. Read more

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HTC tried (and failed) to get all its Lollipop updates taken care of in 90 days last year, but this time they were not so ambitious as to make any promises. They aren't doing bad, though. After earlier getting approval from T-Mobile to push Android 6.0 to the M9, now Verizon is also scheduled for February 16th.

The news comes by way of HTC's Mo Versi on Twitter. He also called out a technical manager who pushed for the update to get approval for Tuesday, and sadly that person is now included in all the replies asking why the hell some other update isn't ready yet.

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Verizon's HTC One M9 Will Get The Marshmallow Update February 16th was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 02/13/2016, 00:51. Read more

unnamedThose of you with a Sony device are in for a treat today. Well, maybe not a treat, but something kind of fun that you can install on your phone. Is that still a treat? I don't know. I guess just calling it a weather app is more accurate. Am I rambling? At any rate, the Xperia Weather app has left beta and is live in the Play Store.

You've probably seen a lot of weather apps in your time, so you can probably evaluate this app pretty quickly from the screenshots.

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Sony's Xperia Weather App Is Out Of Beta And Live In The Play Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 02/13/2016, 00:06. Read more

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Before Google+ and Google Photos, Picasa was Google's photo sharing and management product. You may not be aware, but it has continued to exist all this time—well, languish may actually be a better term. There have been no improvements to Picasa lately, and now Google is closing it down.

The good news is that any photos you've added to Picasa over the years are already available in Google Photos. The two products can access the same image database.

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Google Decides To Shut Down Picasa, Directs Users To Google Photos Instead was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 02/12/2016, 23:19. Read more

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You could think of the Galaxy View as an Android-powered all-in-one computer that isn't tethered to a wall. The 18.4-inch tablet is so much larger than the competition that early images showed it being carried around like a briefcase. It launched at $599.99, but after only two weeks of availability, Samsung dropped the price by $100.

Now the number is dipping down again. If you head over to Amazon, you can pick up a Galaxy View for $449.00.

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Samsung's 18.4-Inch Galaxy View Tablet Drops Further In Price, Now Costs $449 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 02/12/2016, 22:30. Read more

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Good news for HTC One M9 owners on T-Mobile! Your Android 6.0 cravings should soon be satiated. HTC VP of Product Management Mo Versi has announced on Twitter that an OTA is set to go out on Tuesday, February 16th.

This update comes around the time the One M9 is receiving updates on other carriers.

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T-Mobile HTC One M9 To Receive Android Marshmallow Update On February 16th was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 02/12/2016, 21:13. Read more

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Verizon's Droid phones have traditionally been slow on updates, which isn't surprising for Verizon. Still, you have to wonder what's up when the hardware is sometimes very similar to the current gen Moto X. At any rate, Verizon has finally started rolling out Marshmallow to the Droid Turbo 2 (a few months after the Moto X Pure). That means lots of new features to play with.

You probably have a good grasp of what comes with Android 6.0 by now, but Verizon has a pretty detailed rundown on its update page.

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Verizon Is Rolling Out Marshmallow To The Droid Turbo 2 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 02/12/2016, 20:15. Read more

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Do you like music? Do you want to listen to as much music as you can, online and offline, from albums you know and others you don't, legally, without ads, and for as little money as possible? Then boy have I got some awesome news for you! Google Play Music subscription gifts are discounted by 50% today and until February 15.

What is that? You want to gift yourself? Sure you can. Here's all the good news:

  • All subscription tiers are discounted: 1 month $9.99 -> $4.99, 3 months $29.96 -> $14.98, 6 months $59.94 -> $$29.97.
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[Deal Alert] Google Play Music Subscription Gifts Are 50% Off Until February 15 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 02/12/2016, 15:22. Read more



Motorola Publishes Android Marshmallow Kernel Source Code For The 2014 Moto G 4G



Moto Voice Updated In The Play Store With A Ton Of Fixes And Improvements



Microsoft Services Will Soon Come Preinstalled On Acer Phones And Tablets, Partnerships Expand To 74 Global OEMs



Google Drive Now Lets You Disable Shared File Notifications On Android



LG Announces A Fancy Touch-Enabled Cover For The G5 Before The Phone Itself



Alcatel OneTouch Idol 4S Packaging Will Allegedly Morph Into A Google Cardboard Viewer



T-Mobile Offers The Entry-Level, Low-Resolution, 5-Inch LG K7 For $139.99



[Deal Alert] LG Nexus 5X $20 Off On eBay - 16GB For $280, 32 GB For $330



[Update: Now Only $179.99] Deal Alert: Get The LG Watch Urbane For $199.99 From BuyDig Via eBay



Moto X Force Now Available In India, 2015 Moto G Variants On Amazon India Too