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Xiaomi refuses the branded rabbit: its image has already been removed from the MIUI Fastboot screen

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Many Xiaomi smartphone users are very familiar with the MIUI Fastboot screen on their devices. For years, this screen featured an image of a bunny repairing an Android robot. Fastboot was written under the picture.

However, the company removed this image in the latest build of the MIUI weekly beta. Xiaomi replaced the branding image with plain yellow Fastboot text in MIUI Beta 21.11.16. This fast loading screen is expected to be used in the final version of MIUI 13.

The bunny on the MIUI Fastboot fastboot screen is the company’s mascot, which is known as Mitu in China and Mi Bunny in the global market. In recent years, Xiaomi has gradually removed the Mi Bunny image from its products. Up to this point, it only stayed on the error pages on Mi.com and the MIUI Fastboot screen.

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I bought a Tesla – share with your friends. Tesla app highlights future car sharing features

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Tesla has long been talking about plans to introduce features related to the ability to share its cars. And now, hints of upcoming features appeared in the mobile application.

In the code of the new version of the Tesla app 4.3.1, three new features were mentioned:

  • Share your Tesla car with others
  • Vehicle sharing assets
  • Vehicle sharing endpoints

The functions themselves, apparently, are not in the application yet, but from the names we can understand what to expect from the upcoming updates. Tesla already allowed owners to add other users through a feature on its site last year. Tesla is now looking to integrate the same functionality into its mobile app.

Such a function will allow not only to easily and simply share a car with friends or family members, but also, for example, rent out your car for a short-term rental as part of a car-sharing service, which Tesla has talked about more than once.

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Google makes life easier for Android TV owners by adding the ability to install apps from a smartphone

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Google has made life easier for Android TV owners. These users can now install applications on their TVs directly from their smartphones.

To install, just go to Google Play from your smartphone and select a TV from the drop-down list as the target for installing the software. Similarly, Google has implemented the installation of applications on smartwatches with Wear OS.

Google makes life easier for Android TV owners by adding the ability to install apps from a smartphone

This approach allows, firstly, to install the application faster and easier, since it is still easier to do all the manipulations from a smartphone, and secondly, in this way, you can install the application remotely without being in front of the TV.

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Samsung has unexpectedly released One UI 4.0 on Android 12 for its two-year-old flagships. The beta version was received by devices of the Galaxy Note10 line

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Samsung has unexpectedly released the beta version of Android 12 with One UI 4.0 for the Galaxy Note10 smartphones.

Both Note10 and Note10 + received the update. However, so far it was released only in South Korea. There, in order to receive the update, you need to register in the corresponding section in the Samsung Members app.

The release of a new version of Android and a new shell for the Note10 line in general was expected, as Samsung previously extended support for a number of models, including these, by three years, but no one expected an update for the specified line so soon. After all, many of Samsung’s more recent models haven’t received such an update yet.

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