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I4rg£8all8ag posted a topic in Mobile Software UpdatesAndroid Auto brings familiar apps and services to the screen in your dash, making it safer and easier to get the information you need while you’re on the road. Test drive Android Auto with your Android 5.0+ device and a compatible vehicle or aftermarket head unit. Learn more about Android Auto at: http://www.android.com/auto/ Whats New: • Improved Do Not Disturb functionality. • Dark mode on car UI is now independent from the phone. •Bug fixes and other Improvements. • We want to hear from you! Join the conversation in our community g.co/androidautocommunity This app has no advertisements Google play Info: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.projection.gearhead Download: Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/07FWIUJO/Android_Auto_v6.3.611333-release.63611333.apk_links
I4rg£8all8ag posted a topic in Mobile Software UpdatesSygic - GPS, Navigation is the world’s most downloaded GPS navigation app, trusted by more than 200 million drivers. Offline 3D maps are stored on your phone for GPS navigation without an internet connection. We update the maps multiple times per year for free, so that you can always rely on Sygic GPS Navigation. NAVIGATE ANYWHERE, EVEN WITHOUT AN INTERNET CONNECTION • Offline maps of all countries in the world, from TomTom and other providers • Free map updates multiple times per year • Voice-guided GPS navigation with precise directions and spoken street names • Millions of interesting Places (POI) • Pedestrian GPS navigation with walking directions and tourist attractions (POI) CAR CONNECTIVITY • Sygic is specially optimized to work with built-in infotainment systems compatible with MirrorLink** • Just connect your phone to your car's screen and stay focused on the road • You can use your car's touchscreen, knobs, or buttons to control the app • Car manufacturers compatible with MirrorLink: Honda, Volkswagen, Seat, Peugeot, Citroen, Skoda (SmartLink), Suzuki, and others ESCAPE THE TRAFFIC • Avoid traffic jams with the most accurate real-time traffic information with data collected from more than 500 million users worldwide* STAY SAFE • Advanced safety features make driving in unfamiliar territories easier • Speed limit warnings show you the current speed limit and the upcoming speed limit changes • Dynamic Lane Assistant guides you into the correct lane • Head-up Display (HUD) projects navigation onto the windshield of your car, making driving at night safer ** • Dashcam records the road ahead and automatically saves video in case of an accident** • Real View Navigation is an augmented reality feature for even better and safer driving experience** • Cockpit shows you the real-time performance of your car. ** • Real-time route sharing lets you share your estimated time of arrival & current position on a map* SAVE MONEY ALONG YOUR ROUTE • Park easily with parking place suggestions and live info about prices and availability* • Set your fuel type and fill up for the best price with live information about fuel prices* • Avoid speeding tickets with Speed camera warnings* • Save money on roaming charges with offline maps You can test drive all features available in the most popular World + Traffic license for the first 7 days after installation. After 7 days you can continue using the basic features or upgrade to the Lifetime Premium license. What's New: We have some exciting news for you! Google just opened its Android Auto platform for 3rd party map & navigation developers and Sygic is one of the early access partners. The most advanced GPS navigation app and Android Auto now work together. Just connect your phone to your car’s built-in display and take advantage of easier and more responsible access to navigation while you drive. This update also brings smarter routing, better search and new functional design, including redesigned maps. Mod Info: Premium Subscription / Paid features unlocked; Disabled / Removed unwanted Permissions + Receivers + Providers + Services; Optimized and zipaligned graphics and cleaned resources for fast load; Google Play Store install package check disabled; Debug code removed; Remove default .source tags name of the corresponding java files; Analytics / Crashlytics / Firebase disabled; Native crashlytics removed completely; AOSP compatible mode; Languages: Full Multi Languages; CPUs: armeabi-v7a, arm64-v8a; Download: Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/KGUEQ4Z1/Sygic_GPS_Navigation___Offline_Maps_v20.5.0_[Premium].apk_links
zanderthunder posted a topic in Mobile NewsAndroid 10’s new gesture navigation system is a bit of a mixed bag, but it’s what Google wants to be a standard across every Android device. Now, we’re learning that Google is going to force OEMs to hide their own gesture navigation systems in Android, even going so far as to not include them in the setup wizard. 9to5Google was provided a copy of the latest version of the Google Mobile Services (GMS) agreement that OEMs have to abide by. This document lays out requirements for Android device makers, and it reveals a lot of interesting information about what device makers have to be compliant with. One interesting section of the document talks about gesture navigation systems. Back at I/O 2019, Google confirmed that device makers would be able to keep making their own systems, but they would also be forced to include the new Android 10 gestures as well as the traditional three-button setup. Thanks to this document, we’re getting further clarification on Google’s requirements. Apparently, any Android device using GMS that launches on Android 10 will need to ship out of the box with either the classic three-button or the new Android 10 gestures. If a device ships with the gestures by default, the three-button setup must be supported as an optional setting. Notably, this effectively kills off the two-button “pill” navigation from Android Pie, as Android 10 devices can’t include it as a “user-selectable option.” Google mentions that devices being upgraded to Android 10 are strongly encouraged to keep that option in place. We’ve seen this on Pixel and Essential devices, but OnePlus removed the “pill.” Another interesting tidbit from the GMS document is that Google is essentially forcing OEMs to hide their own gesture navigation systems. While they can be included on a device, Google says that they cannot be advertised by the “Setup Wizard or any other method” including pop-ups or notifications. Obviously, these systems also cannot be the default option. Further, OEMs are forced to bury their systems one level deeper in the settings menu. Google gives the example of putting it under “Advanced or similar.” Clearly, Google doesn’t want users to have easy access to third-party systems. Google also reminds partners that their own gesture navigation systems must still be CDD compliant. We’re not entirely sure how OnePlus’ modified Android 10 gestures fit into this picture, at least based on this document, although there is mention of “implementation details” without further information. Source: Google is hiding OEM gesture navigation systems on Android, can’t include in setup (via 9to5Google)