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Subject: Re: [android-developers] Por qué Android no proporciona las características actualizan via OTA?
From: Marina Cuello <marina.eariel@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 18 Aug 2017 11:57:39 -0300
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Uno podría pensar que han bastante de una participación de mercado bien ahora para probarlo
pero...

Pienso que saben más sobre lo que yendo en que lo que sé. Así que no pienso soy cualificado de ser contra *Google decisiones :)

Marina

En *Thu, *Aug 17, 2017 en 11:13 PM, <yogesh.dahiya@xxxxxxxxxxx> escribió:

>
> La manera única *Google podría imitar aquello es si no dejan el *OEMs y Transportistas
>> para cambiar cualquier cosa en las versiones de *Android embarcan sus
>> dispositivos con.
>
>
> Bien *Google tendría que tomar arriesga. No deja fabricante para alterar es
> base *android. Dijiste que la mayoría de OEM no utilizará *Android. Qué  hacen?
>
> Todo el mundo sabe lo que pasó a *Symbian (*Nokia), *Bada (*Samung),
> *Blackberry. *Android Es en demanda. Y nadie lo puede reemplazar al menos no en
> otros 10 años.
>
> No sé sobre "cosa" de Marketing. Pero sé lo que pasó a otro
> OS. Qué es vuestras opiniones sobre él?
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> En viernes, 18 agosto 2017 00:54:20 *UTC+5:30, Marina *Cuello escribió:
>>
>> La diferencia, creo, es más en la madurez del hardware.
>>
>> En el PC/*laptop mundo, hay ya muchos estándares en relación
>> en cómo las interfaces de hardware son hechas. La mayoría de dispositivos son mayoritariamente igual,
>> o al menos "tiene que" *respond a las mismas interfaces, así que sus conductores son
>> la cosa única que necesita ser añadió. Y las Ventanas en teléfonos es vendida sólo en
>> unos cuantos dispositivos; la relación es más similar a *iPhone/*iOs que a qué
>> *Android el mercado es y no es comparable.
>>
>> La manera única *Google podría imitar aquello es si no dejan el *OEMs
>> y Transportistas para cambiar cualquier cosa en las versiones de *Android embarcan sus
>> dispositivos con.
>>
>> Si podrían intentar aplicar que, la mayoría de *OEMs decidiría no para utilizar
>> *Android, porque Quieren hacer las cosas diferentes *visually, y porque
>> NECESITAN a *optimise material en relación con su hardware.
>>
>> La solución *Google encontró es para poner más y más funcionalidad al
>> *Google Servicios de Juego *app y otro independiente *apps. Aquella manera a veces
>> pueden forzar cambios en la mayoría de dispositivos. Aquello es el más cercano pueden conseguir a un
>>  "OTA" actualiza sin *alienating el *OEMs.
>>
>>
>> Marina
>>
>>
>> En *Wed, *Aug 16, 2017 en 10:46 PM, <yogesh...@xxxxxxxxxxx> escribió:
>>
>>> 1) *Android la liberación actualiza.
>>> 2) el Fabricante altera aquellos actualiza.  (Naturalmente *Android nivel
>>> de hardware sacado en *Android 8)
>>>
>>> Por qué puede no *Google liberar todo actualiza *via OTA justo como Microsoft hace puesto que
>>> su PC y sistemas Móviles?
>>>
>>> *Android Es muy maduro por ahora. *Billions De los usuarios están utilizándolo pero no tiene el OTA actualiza característica.
>>>
>>> *Android El Requisito es menos que 1 GB. Pero nuestro 4GB *handset consigue viejo en
>>> un o dos año. Porque el Fabricante no libera Nuevo *android versión
>>> en dispositivos viejos.
>>>
>>> Puede no *Google solucionar este problema?
>>>
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One could think that they have enough of a market share right now to try it
but...

I think they know more about what's going on than what I know. So I don't
think I'm qualified to be against Google's decisions :)

Marina

On Thu, Aug 17, 2017 at 11:13 PM, <yogesh.dahiya@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>
> The only way Google could imitate that is if they don't allow the OEMs and
>> Carriers to change anything on the versions of Android they ship their
>> devices with.
>
>
> Well Google should take he risk. Don't allow manufacturer to alter it's
> base android. You said that most OEM won't use Android. What would they do?
>
> Everyone knows what happened to Symbian (Nokia), Bada (Samung),
> Blackberry. Android is in demand. And no one can replace it at least not in
> another 10 years.
>
> I don't know about "Marketing" thing. But I know what happened to other
> OS. What are your opinions about it?
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> On Friday, 18 August 2017 00:54:20 UTC+5:30, Marina Cuello wrote:
>>
>> The difference, I believe, is more in the maturity of the hardware.
>>
>> In the PC/laptop world, there is already a lot of standards on relation
>> on how the hardware interfaces are made. Most devices are mostly the same,
>> or at least "have to" respond to the same interfaces, so their drivers are
>> the only thing that need to be added. And Windows in phones is sold only in
>> a few devices; the relation is more similar to iPhone/iOs that to what
>> Android's market is and it's not comparable.
>>
>> The only way Google could imitate that is if they don't allow the OEMs
>> and Carriers to change anything on the versions of Android they ship their
>> devices with.
>>
>> If they could try to enforce that, most OEMs would decide not to use
>> Android, because they WANT to make things different visually, and because
>> they NEED to optimise stuff on relation with their hardware.
>>
>> The solution Google found is to put more and more functionality into the
>> Google Play Services app and other independent apps. That way sometimes
>> they can force changes on most devices. That's the closest they can get to
>> an "OTA" update without alienating the OEMs.
>>
>>
>> Marina
>>
>>
>> On Wed, Aug 16, 2017 at 10:46 PM, <yogesh...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>
>>> 1) Android release updates.
>>> 2) Manufacturer alter those updates.  (Of course Android removed
>>> hardware level in Android 8)
>>>
>>> Why can't Google release all updates via OTA just like Microsoft do for
>>> its PC and Mobile systems?
>>>
>>> Android is very mature by now. Billions of users are using it but it
>>> doesn't have OTA update feature.
>>>
>>> Android requirement is less than 1 GB. But our 4GB handset gets old in
>>> one or two year. Because Manufacturer doesn't release New android version
>>> on old devices.
>>>
>>> Can't Google solve this problem?
>>>
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