Froyo Research Paper

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Android version
Nowadays, billions of smartphones and tablets are powered by one of the most powerful operation systems, called Android. These electronic devices have brought us lots of benefits and make our life easier. However, many of us do not know about the history in Android version and how it is the success and become a historically big operating system. The Android version has been classified into:
• Alpha (1.0)
• Beta (1.1)
• Cupcake (1.5)
• Donut (1.6)
• Éclair (2.0-2.1)
• Froyo (2.2-2.2.3)
• Gingerbread (2.3-2.3.7)
• Honeycomb (3.0-3.2.6)
• Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0-4.0.4)
• Jelly Bean (4.1-4.3.1)
• KitKat (4.4-4.4.4)
• Lollipop (5.0-5.0.1) -present
Android 1.0
Android 1.0 was first launched in October 2008 and the operation system
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This version was not much different with version 1.0. It patched just a few bugs and some improvement. Besides bugs, Android market is added in the support for paid apps. However, this version of the Android Market could no longer communicate with the Google Play server. There is an improvement in the Android Market which sorting screen has added for the user to sort by display free apps, paid apps or both.
Google Latitude also added into Maps that allowed user to share their location with others. However, this feature was shut down after few months and no longer works. This version also used to validate the updates to be open in the air and allowed the user to install the update themselves at any time. Besides that, Google also added a button “About phone” at setting to check for the system update in order to drive the updates move faster to the
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Since Slide-to-unlock was patented by Apple, Google went a rotary-phone-inspired arc unlock gesture. User can put their finger on the lock icon and for instance, they can slide right to unlock the screen, slide left from volume icon would turn phone into silent mode. Besides lock screen, Éclair also first time introduce the multiple account support. There was multiple Goggle accounts could be added to the same device that used on separate work and personal account. For instance, email and contacts were accessible from each. Éclair also added to support for exchange account. Éclair gave third parties the tools which they need to plug their own service into this account framework. After that, they would be permit to be automatically synchronized on an ongoing basis. The benefits of shared information between account type can be automatically synchronized into a single contacts list on the phone, a one-stop shop for all information about the people in the address book. This functionality is early adopted by
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