If you no longer have Android Beam and you are allowed to easily share links or files from your device to another, there are some good news and bad news that come in one item: Google plans to implement a new "Fast Sharing" protocol playback services updates that will allow Android devices to share assets with other devices, primarily via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Direct.
9to5Google and XDA-Developers unveiled the new applet, screenshot, Fast Share is basically the sharing feature found in the Google Files app, where users define a specific device name for the purpose of using Fast Share, and then scan for the surrounding Bluetooth devices before finally transferring information via Wi-Fi Direct. [1
on the other hand, you will face the same problems with anonymity that have led to the perversions who take pictures of unsuspecting passengers on the train. There is a "Preferred visibility" label you can give to devices you often connect to. On the other hand, one of the biggest reasons why people miss Android Beam – and in this sense, Samsung's S-Beam that uses Wi-Fi Direct instead of Bluetooth for data transfer – is because the device is being eavesdropped by another device initiates contact via NFC. No risk of device name falsification, no random visual attacks, none of this.
There is no information as to whether and when Fast Share will be realized with the Play service feature, which versions of Android will come. In this way, the inconvenient nature of having to physically clap together with phones has prevented many people from using Beam, so … the cradles and circular intersections, right?