I've updated the tour and help center to both use the phrasing "users of the Android operating system".
I also took this opportunity to split out the section of the help center article that notes that development-related questions are off-topic. I don't know if it will make any meaningful difference, but it is certainly much more prominent now:
The form of words in the site-specific close reason is certainly broad enough:
Questions about writing and publishing Android apps, writing custom ROMs, and other topics that are primarily of concern to developers are off topic
I think this is clear and reasonably unambiguous - or at least, any areas of ambiguity are in areas where the community has ...
If you look at your activity on your user profile, there is a tab for "All Actions". Within that is a sub-tab which contains all suggested edits you've made, and the list will show them as "pending" when they have not yet been reviewed:
eldarerathis recently split off that section to give it more prominence, which is great. I think you have a fair point about the wording, though. I've added this line:
Creating or modifying custom ROMs is also off-topic.
I think that should be sufficient, but let me know if not.
If you ask a vague question, you’ll get a vague answer. But if you give us details and context, we can provide a useful answer.
I find this not precise. What details are we expecting from them? At least we should give them a hint as an example, either on same page or with links pointing to high quality questions or templates demonstrating what ...