Xiaomi has seen remarkable success in markets like India and China and is also one of the most popular brands in the budget segment in several developing nations. But it still has a long way to go before it can call itself a developer-friendly OEM, thanks to its policies as well as some perplexing decisions
In June, we teamed up with OnePlus to offer a developer program to help encourage development within the XDA community. A handful of the top developers from the forums were chosen to receive a free OnePlus 6 for their projects. Now that most of them have had the phone for a bit, we wanted to
It’s no secret that Xiaomi devices are some of the most popular on our forums. For pretty much every (Qualcomm Snapdragon) Xiaomi device released, there’s always an abundance of custom ROMs that come out for it. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro is no different and has now received an official build of LineageOS 15.1.
The Sony Xperia XZ2‘s theme engine was one of the best available on Android phones. As part of stock on Marshmallow or Nougat on older Xperia devices, you could theme nearly everything. When the Android Oreo update came, though, many of these older devices lost their theming abilities. Only the wallpapers, accent, and home launcher
Dolby Atmos on the Samsung Galaxy S9 promises better sound quality on both headphones and the speaker. The Samsung Galaxy S9 is the first Samsung device to get it, but XDA Senior Member ImbaWind has ported it to the Samsung Galaxy S8 as well. All it does is modify the build.prop and the floating-feature.xml file