Android P DP1 is breaking the ‘OEM Unlock’ toggle for some, but there’s an easy fix

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After the Android P DP1 hit, a few people reported running into difficulty unlocking their bootloader if it wasn’t already prior to flashing the developer preview. Turns out, there is a fix, and you don’t have to wipe your device. Simply disabling whatever lockscreen security setting you might have is enough to fix things. 

The problem, in this case, is pretty simple. The “OEM unlocking” toggle in Developer options that governs your ability to unlock the bootloader in Fastboot might appear to work, but it actually just bugs out if you try to use it.

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Android P feature spotlight: New alarm toggle shows upcoming alarms and lets you quickly set new ones

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The more we toss and turn this Android P developer preview, the more we discover new things we missed from the first go. Take this Alarm quick setting toggle for example. We hadn’t spotted it at all until tipster Jordi brought it to our attention. And just like the Night Mode quick setting, it has a bit more info below it.

The new Alarm quick setting toggle exists in two states: off and on.

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Tip: the fastest way to toggle AirPlay as an output on iPhone & iPad

iOS 11 brought a customizable Control Center and also moved AirPlay options around…. Read the rest of this post here


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Reminder: Apple includes a tiny AirPlay toggle in iOS 11’s Control Center for iPhone and iPad

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Apple, in its "infinite wisdom," compacted the Control Center in iOS 11, and gave AirPlay even less of a starring role on it. With HomePod now available and able to have audio streamed via AirPlay AppleInsider shows you where the AirPlay button is, and two slightly different ways to turn it on.
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HomeKit Automation #001: how to create a toggle button

In this first entry into our new HomeKit Automation series, we walk you through fixing one of HomeKit’s biggest shortcomings: creating a true toggle button to enable and disable a scene…. Read the rest of this post here


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iOS 11.3 Beta Next Month Will Add CPU Throttling Toggle As Apple Confirms US Government Inquiry In The Matter

Apple has confirmed that iOS 11.3 beta next month will add optional CPU throttling toggle, as well as the fact that the US government is looking in the matter.

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Android 8.1 feature spotlight: DP2 restores the sRGB toggle in Developer options

Google can be rather indecisive at times, which often leads to a cycle of adding and removing things from different versions of Android – usually after a user backlash of some sort. With the first developer preview of Android 8.1, Google removed the ‘Picture color mode’ sRGB toggle from original Pixels and Nexus phones. You’ll be pleased to learn that order has now been restored.

The new Pixels already received extra color options as part of the November security update, to address the much-discussed saturation issues.

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Android 8.1 fixes invisible Do Not Disturb toggle issue from 8.0 Oreo

Believe it or not, Android 8.0 Oreo actually debuted with an invisible Do Not Disturb toggle in the volume popup. This DND toggle is enabled through the System UI Tuner, so not everyone saw it. If you knew where the toggle was, it still worked, but this was a bit of a stupid mistake for Google to make in the first place. The Android 8.1 developer preview fixes this problem and adds a DND toggle that we can actually see.

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Android 8.1 feature spotlight: Mobile data quick setting toggle asks if you really want to turn if off

Over the course of the last few Android versions, Google has seemingly struggled to decide on exactly how some of the quick settings options should work. Some are simple toggles, some bring up extra details in the quick settings pane, and some take you through to the settings app. Several of them also have different behavior depending on whether you short or long-press them.

It’s understandable in some ways, as many of them require different actions, and Google is continually reviewing them to make their behavior more intuitive or useful.

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Android 8.1 feature spotlight: The sRGB toggle has been removed entirely from Developer options

Calibrated color has been a hot topic recently for both Android and the Pixel 2 phones, and the Android 8.1 developer previews indicate more changes on the horizon. As of the current preview images, the “Picture color mode” sRGB toggle in Developer options has been removed. This change makes devices like the OG Pixels and last-generation Nexuses match the new Pixel 2 and 2XL, which similarly lack the setting since a calibrated mode is the default. 

Developer options for the Pixel XL on 8.0 (left), Pixel 2XL on 8.0 (center), and Pixel XL on 8.1 (right).

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