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Google Releases Android Q Beta for Developers, Early Adopters

Google Releases Android Q Beta for Developers, Early Adopters

After all, buggy software on your primary phone can be a frustration if you suddenly can't use it when you need to. It's one of several nice little visual tweaks Google has introduced in Android Q so far. Google says that it has made improvements to help app developers take advantage of the foldable screen devices.

It's now also easier to give your Wi-Fi password to someone else via the Settings menu.

There are many rumors in recent weeks that we have indicated the likely arrival of a dark mode or otherwise of a dark theme at the system level with the final version of Android Q. Unfortunately in the first beta this function is not present in the settings and is impossible to activate (except with an adb command).

Settings panel: With Android Q, the user will be able to see the system settings directly inside the app. Android Q places a focus on privacy, like with its new location data setting that'll let you choose whether an app can access your location all the time, only while the app is in use, or deny location access completely. This emulates iOS' model and should bring users more peace of mind. You'll be able to control an app's access to the Photos and Videos or Audio collections using new runtime permissions, and for Downloads, apps must use the system file picker to let you decide which downloaded files the app can access.

Google Releases Android Q Beta for Developers, Early Adopters

As noticed by Michael Young on Twitter, Android Q has a new option that allows users to force desktop mode. These identifiers include both the serial number of the hardware and the IMEI code for the hardware. In it, you will have three options: Report Issue, Feature Request, and Other Feedback.

Google introduced the new update on its Android Developers Blog, with Android Q once again "designed with security and privacy at the centre".

This is something that consumers have been asking for years, and it's finally here. At the other end of the scale, there's a Wi-Fi performance mode to increase speed and lower latency at the expense of battery life. However, this is the first beta. It could be enabled for all users in the future beta versions. Support for the upcoming wave of folding phones, like the Samsung Galaxy Fold, is a priority in Android Q, as is better 5G support. Right now, Android supports 32-bit and 64-bit apps, but that will soon change. Also, flashing additional Android Q preview images will cause more data wipes, and if go this route, you will not get automatic OTA updates like you do with the Android Beta Program (as above).

The second- and third-generation Pixel smartphones support dual SIM functionality, where the second SIM is an eSIM rather than a physical SIM card. To ease developers into this transition, Google will only require apps that target Android Q (and up) to adhere to this limitation.

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