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What to do when Google Play isn’t Working


Each Android user has probably experienced the Google Play Store suddenly crashing and burning. Whether you get a Google Play Store error message when downloading apps or the Play Store just doesn’t work when you launch it.

1. Empty the Cache::
In most cases, you just need to empty the cache of the Play Store app. In order to empty the Play Store cache, you just need to open the settings and find the Apps section. Now choose ‘All’ and find the Google Play Store. Tap on it and press on the ‘Empty Cache’ button. Now when you open Google Play, it should run as before.

2. Delete Data::
If the first tip didn’t work, then you can try deleting the data from the Play Store. This pretty much sets the app back to square one and gets rid of your saved information – hopefully including whatever was causing the problem. The option is again found by following the same route as above, but this time you tap on ‘Delete Data’.

3. Uninstall Play Store Updates::
Even this can help. Sometimes an update will get Google Play all out of whack, so it makes sense to uninstall an update, which you do by going into the settings, search for Google Play Store and press the button that says ‘Uninstall Updates’.

4. Google Play Services::
Should Google Play still not work, then emptying the cache for Google Play Services could do the trick. Go to the application manager in your settings, look for Google Play Services and press the ‘Empty Cache’ button.

6. Remove Google account and Reinstate::
Go back into the settings of your phone, but this time to ‘Accounts’ and choose Google and select the Google account that you use for Google Play.
Choose ‘Remove Account’. Confirm your choice and reboot your smartphone. Reinstate your Google account once it has completely loaded by going through Settings > Accounts > Add Account > Google.

7. Perform a Factory Data Reset of Smartphone::
To perform a Factory Data Reset you go to your Settings once again, then ‘Backup and Reset’ and select ‘Factory Data Reset’ at the bottom of the list.

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Android and It’s OS


The version history of the Android mobile operating system began with the release of the #Android beta in November 2007.

Since April 2009, Android versions have been developed under a confectionery – themed code name and released in alphabetical order.

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Android L features


Android L will be bringing us is newly designed notifications. Android L is built for the multi-screen world, giving you the power to create innovative apps for screens big and small.

How long to display the notification, whether to ignore persistent notifications, open associated app with a double click and lock it to only show notifications when in full screen mode.

Android L Facts ::
* New visual look that is far cleaner and less cluttered than ever
* Thanks to Project Volta, battery life just got even better
* Lock screen looks much neater and more impressive and very 3D
* Multitasking got whole lot easier with the cards format
* Lastly but most importantly, Android L is a much faster yet slicker beast!


Android Auto | Android


Start Your Engines with Android Auto

The right information for the road ahead. safety-first

For the road ahead, Android Auto was designed with safety in mind. With a simple and intuitive interface, integrated steering wheel controls, and powerful new voice actions, it’s designed to minimize distraction so you can stay focused on the road. Android Auto automatically brings you useful information, and organizes it into simple cards that appear just when they’re needed.


Google’s security services for Android


Think about the ways your home is kept secure. You rely on structural security features—secure locks, a rock-hard foundation, strong windows and doors. You might also have an alarm or video camera to give you an extra layer of security, with a support team behind those tools making them more powerful, all but invisible until the moment you need them.

As part of Android’s foundation, Android developers built safeguards like application sandboxing, which confines apps, minimizing their ability to damage other parts of your phone. But just like your home, Google offers a built-in “service layer” (kind of like the phone equivalent of that alarm service for your home) to most every Android phone and tablet that’s constantly being strengthened, and it’s included for free. We’re adding to that service layer, further fortifying your Android phone or tablet.

Verify apps: now protecting you continually
Building on Verify apps, which already protects people when they’re installing apps outside of Google Play at the time of installation, we’re rolling out a new enhancement which will now continually check devices to make sure that all apps are behaving in a safe manner, even after installation. In the last year, the foundation of this service—Verify apps—has been used more than 4 billion times to check apps at the time of install. This enhancement will take that protection even further, using Android’s powerful app scanning system developed by the Android security and Safe Browsing teams.

Because potentially harmful applications are very rare, most people will never see a warning or any other indication that thScreenshot 2014-04-09 at 17.15.06ey have this additional layer of protection. But we do expect a small number of people to see warnings (which look similar to the existing Verify apps warnings) as a result of this new capability. The good news is that very few people have ever encountered this; in fact, we’ve found that fewer than 0.18% of installs in the last year occurred after someone received a warning that the app was potentially harmful.

Even though the risk is miniscule, we’re committed to making sure that the best available security protections are available to all Android users. This includes service-based protections such as Verify apps, as well as security features within the platform itself.


Android:: Android Run at Windows through BlueStacks


BlueStacks has helped Windows users run Android apps on their PCs for a few years, but now the AMD-backed company is going a step further.

The graphics titan has just announced that a new version of BlueStacks will be able to run full-on Android, right on your desktop, tablet or notebook loaded with Microsoft’s operating system. Rather than leaning on the BlueStacks App Player for virtualization, the coming version of the software will run the entire OS, giving folks access to a veritable Android interface, settings, configuration and more. What’s more, apps running through Google’s OS will have access to files that reside on the host desktop. Still, BlueStacks retains the ability to run applications in windows or in full screen. The firm says optimizations courtesy of its 4th-gen APUs help make this possible, but it’s not clear if the software will only work on machines using their silicon. There’s no word on when this refreshed software will drop or what version of Android it supports, but expect more news to trickle out as CES continues.

Source :: EndGadget


Android OS 3D-Sensing Robotics


We always find the best place for our safe life.
And Search engine Giant Google brings what an Advanced Technology for the people and future life – that’s unbelievable.

Recently, Google is working on 3D-Sensing Advanced Robot system for Android OS, where Android OS based Smartphone can easily scan your own surroundings, mapping and Android OS Roaming Robot take snapshot of your space, that suggest how you can live safely.

সেরা সার্চ ইঞ্জিন গুগল নুতুন ধরনের 3D-Sensing Robotics প্রযুক্তি Android OS এ পুশ করছে, যার মাধ্যমে Android User, Smartphone – এর মাধ্যমে অপরিচিত যেকোনো পরিবেশে যাওয়ার পর, ম্যাপিং করে জানতে পারবে – ঐ স্থানের ও পরিবেশের সম্পূর্ণ অবস্থা, ইতিহাস, এমন কি Android OS Roaming Robot নির্দেশ করে দিবে বাক্তির জন্য নিরাপদ স্থানও। (Source : Google Research Web)