Google’s Android team today launched an official #AndroidHelp hashtag on Twitter. The hashtag is for assisting users with their questions related to Android, and it’s handled by the official @Android twitter handle.
While it’s not clear if the #AndroidHelp requests are answered by a bot or someone from the Android team, a lot of help tweets are already floating on the tweeting platform. Most of the tweets so far are about upgrading Android’s version and features’ availability.
With the hashtag #AndroidHelp you can get assistance with:
- General troubleshooting
- Identity and Authentication
- And many other Android features
The #AndroidHelp hashtag assistance through Twitter could help change Android’s bizarre reputation in terms of software support, but that’s something time will tell. Go ahead, and shoot your questions related to your Android device now.
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