Google’s Android division certainly has a humorousness: It named all of its model codenames after desserts (simply as Intel names all of its CPUs after rivers). Perhaps attempting too laborious to squeeze in all of the perquisite options of a automotive dashboard app, Final Car Dock encompasses a clock that’s too small, a ridiculous 24 custom buttons (you are not supposed to make use of the phone while you’re driving, so why on earth would you need 24?!) and a battery meter on each display of the app.
The best way the process works is Google has to launch the SDK and ROM for the latest OS. Then each service and telephone maker will go off and check it on their phones, add any local improvements, and ultimately release it over the air and push it to your telephone.
That didn’t stop Samsung and a slew of smaller manufacturers from … Read MoreView More Android Analytics Dashboard Overview Moki Help Center