Potential significant change if you take a lot of screenshots of your Android devices (as we do) – screen shots now include slots and rounded corners like black cuts closer to the actual screen appearance. It is possible to turn on and off this feature in future versions of Android Q beta
6) Easier access to system settings
Ask to change something in Settings – such as switching to a special wifi network when creating a smart home set – and in Android Q do not have to jump to Settings and vice versa. Apps can now ask for certain settings to appear in a floating window, which means you can go back to what you do more easily. If you read a wifi password to someone sounds too much, use this new feature in Android Q: In Settings, touch Network
and Internet then Wi-Fi ] then name your network and Share to reveal a QR code. Someone else can scan it with the camera on your phone by touching the icon to the right of Add Network to the Wi-Fi menu .
As you would expect, many small touches are scattered through Android Q. If you are listening to music, the song you are listening to is displayed on the "always on" screen of Pixel, and if you try to wake up the phone, you'll see that the backscreen background accepts a blurred version of the work of whatever you are currently playing.
9) Android Q Adds Desktop Mode
It seems Google is preparing a desktop operating mode for Samsung Dex for Android – although without a secondary display, we could not test it . If you sign in to System Advanced Developer Options from "Settings," you'll see the "Enforced Desktop Mode" option when another screen is attached. You can read more about the new mode here. The more privacy controls come with Android Q: App location access now can be resolved all the time only when the application is in use or never (like iOS). Access to photos, videos, and sound is set on its own, and applications can no longer jump to the foreground and focus (they can only show a notification). ] You may have noticed that one or two folding phones are coming up lately, and Android Q is up to date with support for "innovative experience and use cases "(in Google's words). We do not have a folding phone, we are not yet able to test these innovative experiences, but if you buy Huawei Mate X, it's good to know. The share of Android Share can be very flexible and very disappointing, so Google has made some un-applause on Android Q (as promised before). You'll be able to see what you are sharing at home at the top of the Sharing sheet, and application developers can pre-load predefined shortcuts to share so they can load faster.