I think android-10 is appropriate with android-q as the synonym. This is also according to what Google uses on its blog.
Android Q is Android 10
About the past Android versions, for naming consistency, I'm thinking of renaming them to android-version.number-codename, e.g. android-9-pie because it's also what Google uses on their introduction page:
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Game development (and other development-related things) are off-topic on Android Enthusiasts. This community is mainly for solving problems as Android end-users.
Instead, there is a sister site for this specific topic, Game Development Stack Exchange. Otherwise, since this might also affect user-experience, User Experience Stack Exchange is also a possible ...
My own policy to address old questions is this:
Answer the question as long as I'm not restricted by OS release or some applications' release. So let's say if a question is dependent on Android 5.0 and my solution is for Android 6.0 or above, I tend to not address that question because neither OP nor future audience with the same version-specific issue ...
I don't think so; such questions are broad, open ended and don't have a definitive best answer. Therefore, they're not a good fit for Stack Exchange's Q&A format. See also the Help Center article What types of questions should I avoid asking?:
You should only ask practical, answerable questions based on actual problems that you face. Chatty, open-...
I'd treat it as any other "software recommendation" questions: always put the emphasize on the issue first, but allow optional requirements like (free) apps recommendation.
Sometimes the only solution to a problem is to use paid apps, and while they might not help the OP, they might help others instead.
The last and nuclear option is to ban any questions &...
Status: Bounty awarded, on Sept 5, 2019.
Bounty proposal for the Answer to How to export a list as Text of all Play Store Apps that I have ever installed
The closest topics I can find is How can I export a list of currently installed applications to a file? which covers existing apps on device, and you still need the device to be useful, or depend on an ...
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Regarding the reason why the question was closed, ignoring the fluff/rambling, there are at least more than 1 tangential questions:
For the moment, I have edited the question to separate the new objective of OP (QR codes part) and mentioned it as a new paragraph along with the date on which the objective was introduced. I know that mentioning date was a redundant step as a reader can easily see the dates from edit history. However, given the problem at hand of invalidation and ...
Status: Bounty awarded on 18 Nov 19 by user beeshyams
Bounty proposal for the Answer to How to stop apps writing to “Android” folder on the SD card?
Reason: user Irfan's answer is well researched and comprehensive. It deserves recognition.
In addition, it gives a good top level view and in depth treatment thus suitable for casual and serious enthusiasts.
Status: Bounty awarded on 05/01/20 by beeshyams
Bounty for the answer to SELinux permissive kernel - is it a security risk?
Reason: Thanks Irfan for demystifying and helping me take an informed decision. I ended up flashing SELinux permissive kernel with the device having SELinux Enforcing
I am wondering if we need to have a re-look at the accepted answer which is the de-facto policy.
I flagged about 30 answers for deletion today having “Sound About" App as the answer. AFAIR, this app worked fine till Android 7.0, meaning it served the advertised purpose for users on 4.3 to 7.x.Let's have a look at the distribution chart
The crux ...
In 2012, there was only Google Drive app for editing Documents, Slides, and Presentations.
On June 2014, Google released standalone editor apps for each file: Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google Slides. (Ref: Google Drive Blog)
Mobile apps for Docs, Sheets and now Slides
We recently launched mobile apps for Docs and Sheets that allow you to ...