Updating to android
(This is especially useful on larger devices like the i Phone 6 Plus and the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Microsoft says.) Additionally, Calendar now supports zero-length meetings (which I use all the time), a “Remove from calendar” action for cancelled meetings, and an improved day picker when creating and editing meetings. When you search for items in Outlook, the search term are now highlighted in the results, which is one of those very obvious features that requires little explanation. Microsoft says it has made a number of fit and finish improvements to Outlook.
The only thing to note here is that it’s i OS-only for now. You can now “Select all” to perform bulk operations on messages in a folder (i OS-only for now, coming soon to Android).
You can choose to accept the update or manually specify a version based on your project's build requirements.
You can specify the Android plugin for Gradle version in either the File .
Android device and chipset manufacturers may also publish security vulnerability details specific to their products, such as: To get notifications when a new Android bulletin is published, join the Android Security Updates group, and set your email delivery preference to receive all updates.
Fixes listed in the public bulletin come from various different sources: the Android Open Source Project (AOSP), the upstream Linux kernel, and system-on-chip (SOC) manufacturers.
And there are some localization and accessibility improvements too.
So, you should consider the effort of migrating your project before using the new plugin.
Microsoft first released Outlook for Android and i OS in late January, just over two months ago.
The original app was essentially a rebranded version of Acompli, which Microsoft had purchased in December 2014.
For the best performance, you should use the latest possible version of both Gradle and the Android plugin.
Android plugin for Gradle 3.0.0 includes a variety of changes that aim to address performance issues of large projects.
For details about how to configure your Android builds with Gradle, see the following pages: For more information about the Gradle build system, see the Gradle user guide.