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Android 10 with Samsung's One UI 2.0 beta isn't coming to Canada

Samsung has started rolling out the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta for the Galaxy S10 phones. But this version of the app will not make its way to Canada. Samsung Canada confirmed with MobileSyrup that it will not make its way to the country—for now. The company might change its mind, or we'll just have to wait for the final version of the operating system to come to Galaxy S10 devices in the country sometime between now until the start of 2020. The first version of One UI came to Canadian beta testers back in November 2018, with it officially hitting devices in February 2019. 

One UI 2.0 brings with it Dark Mode that can shade your home screen wallpaper, smaller UI for the volume bars and caller notifications while you watch videos or play games, and Focus Mode to let you know how long you use specific apps.


Huawei starts rolling out Android 10-based EMUI 10 to the Mate 20 Pro

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While the new Huawei Mate 30 series doesn't come with Google services due to the company's ban from the US, its older models are still getting updated. Last year's end of the year flagship, Mate 20 Pro, is starting to get EMUI 10, which is based on Android 10. The said handset was expected to get the beta version of EMUI 10 in late September, so it makes sense that a stable version of the operating system is coming out now. However, the rollout seems to be in stages, so it hasn't shown up for users here yet. You should keep your eye out for the update to make its way to you soon, though. It's sized at 4.4GB with the build number ""

Source: Android Central


YouTube on mobile to integrate with Android 10's dark theme soon

YouTube already has a dark mode that you can toggle within the mobile app. But soon it'll integrate with the system-wide dark theme Android 10 is offering. Some users see the change in their devices already, but it hasn't come to all users yet. YouTube is rolling it out the update on the server-side, so you can't force the update with an APK.

The change renames the "Dark theme" option in the settings to "Appearances." Within that option, you now get to choose "Use device theme," "Light theme," and "Dark theme." If you opt for the device theme option, YouTube's look will match what system-wide option you've set for your device. 

Source: Android Police


Here's how to enable dark theme on Gmail

We already know that Gmail and other Google apps are set to get dark mode in Android 10. The rollout for Gmail has started, but unlike many of Google's Android apps that adopt the dark theme from the overall settings, you'll need to turn it on within Gmail.

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