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More Changes] After a week with Android Q Beta 1, here are all the little changes we noticed



The first beta of Android Q has a lot of new features (and some removed features) – we've already documented about 50 major changes. There are also much smaller specks that do not require separate cover, so we look at them here. No more noise here all the smaller changes to Android Q Beta 1.

Bluetooth device details

The Bluetooth information display is slightly changed, matching the appearance of the new application info screen. The name of the device is now visible more clearly and the buttons for forgetting or connecting to a device are larger.

Left: Android Pie; Right: Android Q

Enter the lock screen key

If you are using a lock screen PIN, the Enter key actually looks like the Enter key instead of being checked. Amazing, I Know

Always-On Display Loading Status

In Android Q, the current charging state is displayed in the upper right corner of the Always-On Display instead of at the bottom center. It is supposed that it makes sense for the battery to be in the same condition as it is when the phone is unlocked.

Always-On Display Notifications

Talking about Always-On Display, notifications have a different look. Instead of mixing with the rest of the black screen, the signals now look identical to those found in the usual notice boards – a white background and everything else. Right: Android Q

Playing Information

Pixel 2 and 3 have a feature called Now Playing where the phone will always listen for music playback and try to identify the song name artist. Android Pie

– Eric Ravenscraft (@LordRavenscraft) 14 March, 2019

Changing the screen in Android Q is that upcoming calendar events now appear in a pill at the bottom of the screen rather than being included in the "At first glance" gadget over the notifications.

Left: Android Pai; Right: Android Q

As indicated by 9to5Google, this area at the bottom is also used to show traffic information.

Gesture Navigation Animations

For mobile phones with activated navigation, the animation speed has changed depending on your sliders. If you move fast between apps, animation is fast and if you drag longer, the animation is longer.

9to5Google has a video showing this effect, starting from fast browsing and gradual use for longer. ]

When you hold down the Android Q power button, a new Emergency button is located at the bottom of the list. Pressing it opens a dialog box with a button on top to access emergency information (medications, allergies, contacts, etc.). We hope this will make it easier for first-time users to get the necessary information.

Pixel Launcher application information

When you use the Pixel Launcher search feature in Android Q, holding an application displays the Info button. Previously, the only way to access the app's info screen was from the app for apps (or from the Settings app).

Smart Locker Programmers Options

Android Q has two new Smart Lock settings hidden in the Developer Options menu – "Trusted agents just expand unlocking" and "Lock screen on loss of confidence ". The first allows trusted agents (such as Google's smart lock) to keep your phone unlocked for a long time, and the latter locks the device when the last agent loses confidence.

New Application Installation Dialog

When you install an application from an APK, the confirmation message no longer covers the entire screen.

Alternate Screen Lock Screens

Google is working on new Lock Screen Clock projects. The XDA developers have found three alternative designs that can be activated using ADB commands – one with words instead of digits, one with bubble-like analog hands and one with narrow analog hands.

None of the projects still show weather information so they are still in the process of working. It also remains to be seen whether Google will allow users to activate them through Settings or if they will be (officially) available for VET.

Wireless device

The time your phone has been running since the last shutdown / restart is now displayed in the Settings app under "About the phone."

Previous Bluetooth Connected Devices

Android Pie moved the list of pre-connected Bluetooth devices to the submenu under the main Bluetooth panel. This change definitely annoys me, since re-pairing of my headphones always required another level of navigation.

Left: Android Pai; Right: Android Q

Android Q now partially overrides this change by showing the last three connected devices on the main screen. The complete list of devices still requires another push, but this is definitely an improvement.

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