Google has released factory system images of the much awaited Android 8.0 Oreo update for compatible devices.
Android Oreo for Pixel and Nexus
Google has started to roll out the final version which should be soon available to compatible devices. However, it does take some time before you receive the over the air notification. Google said that for now it’s pushing the AOSP update for its OEM partners. Android Oreo system imagesare now available on the developers' site. https://developer.android.com/about/versions/o/download.html#flash The system images are available for compatible devices:
Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Pixel C,
Google Pixel, and Google Pixel XL users. You need to ensure that you have an unlocked bootloader and ADB running on your computer before installing. All your data will be removed while installing system images, so ensure that you backup beforehand. Steps to install OS:
Download the appropriate system image for your device below, then unzip it to a safe di…
Assigning an icon to your Android application just takes a minute. Actually creating the icon may take a bit longer.
Create a 48×48 PNG and drop it into /res/drawable. The name of this file is usually “icon.png”.Open your AndroidManifest.xml.Right under the root “manifest” node of the XML, you should see the “application” node. Add this attribute to “application”. (The “icon” in “@drawable/icon” refers to the file name of the icon.)android:icon="@drawable/icon"
Your app is now iconned. To support multiple resolutions, you can create icons of different resolutions and place them in the correct folders. Low density res/drawable-ldpi36×36 resolutionMedium density res/drawable-mdpi48×48 resolutionHigh density res/drawable-hdpi72×72 resolutionExtra high densityres/drawable-xhdpi96×96 resolution