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Android 9.0 & 8.0

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Android 9.0 & 8.0

Android 8.0 XA1 plus & Android 9.0 XZ1. Android 8.0 system 9.8Gb & Android 9.0 system 7.4Gb. During the operation of XA1 & XZ1, it was revealed: Android 9.0 does not work well, it hangs, it's buggy, there are a lot of bugs. Android 9.0 is a stripped down system from Android 8.0. Android 9.0 there are no new changes to improve the performance of the system, Android 9.0 is a hoax from Google. Please provide us with a normal system, more stable and serviceable.

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Re: Android 9.0 & 8.0


@Sanche101 wrote:

Android 8.0 XA1 plus & Android 9.0 XZ1. Android 8.0 system 9.8Gb & Android 9.0 system 7.4Gb. During the operation of XA1 & XZ1, it was revealed: Android 9.0 does not work well, it hangs, it's buggy, there are a lot of bugs. Android 9.0 is a stripped down system from Android 8.0. Android 9.0 there are no new changes to improve the performance of the system, Android 9.0 is a hoax from Google. Please provide us with a normal system, more stable and serviceable.


 

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Re: Android 9.0 & 8.0

Actually you build the ROM in a wrong way, buddy.

 

Well, there's a new device that are already using Pie version after all.