Google officially launches the pilot version of the system Android Q developers


We’ve heard for some of the reports about some of the features that are supposed to come to Android Q, has enabled the developers at XDA Developers get a test version of this system they analyzed its source code, but unfortunately are not mentioned in ever when will be the launch of the pilot version of the system Android Q officially. There was some speculation to suggest that it will happen in the near future, and now it seems that the time has come for it.

Google announced officially about the launch of the first beta version of Android Q. will be available the beta version initially for the Google Pixel, which means that it will be for users who don’t have the hardware, a subsidiary of Google waiting for their turn. Note that we are talking here about the beta version only, which means that some features may not work, or may be the removal of certain features already before the launch of the official version of the final system Android Q later this year.

As such, no users are recommended to use the beta version of the Android Q in the smart phones that they use on a daily basis, but if you’re interested in definitely do it, you can find more details about the beta version of the Android Q on the official website of Google. There is no information about when exactly will Google release the official version, the final system Android Q, but it is supposed to happen in the second quarter of this year.


The first beta version of Android Q actually comes with some new things such as the validity of the new management system of the site, there are now three options so as to give the first option to investigate permanent access to your location, while giving a second option for access to your location when is used only, and the second option not allow the app to never access your site.

In the aspect of always powers, you’ll be able to better control the access of applications to photos, videos, and audio files of your own. Access to the inside of the Downloads folder, you should use the tool to choose the file system, which lets you specify files that can be accessed.

Will Android Q apps from starting activities while in the background, in order to reduce the number of applications jump unexpectedly to the fore. If you need an app to catch your attention quickly, they can use a notice of high priority and provide the intention to use full screen instead.

Will restrict access to the IMEI number of the device serial number and similar in the Android Q, will Google on to choose your device’s MAC address randomly while connected to WiFi different by default note that this option was optional in Android 9 Pie.


Help Google also applications on the use of screens a folding new, when the user wants to share content with someone in another application, you will the process be faster and easier with the property of ” Sharing Shortcuts“, which allows you to move directly to another application to share content. Obviously the user interface common of these will be able to download immediately, this is something that would be good if it was true.

You’ll be able to applications show the main system settings in their own context, without having to redirect you to a specific part of the settings, and then hoping to remember to return as soon as you activate the option that the app needs. Benefit this feature Slices that are included in the system Android 9 Pie, it will show the user interface floating with system settings such as internet connection, and NFC, the size of the images.

Also been making changes to the WiFi in the Android Q improve fertility and performance, as well as improved use cases such as Device Management Internet of Things IoT and propose connection to the internet without the need to get the power to determine your location. There will be also developed high performance, and fast response to WiFi, a situation that will be very useful in games instant, voice conversations, and the like.


In the Android Q, applications can request the image of the Dynamic Depth, allowing for third-party applications to submit to disguise particular options to blur the background. You can also use this data to create three-dimensional images or to support the use case of augmented reality. It would be Dynamic Depth is a format key.

Android Q new also says supporting the new formats include the AV1 video and Opus for songs and phonics, as well as coordination +HDR10 video high dynamic range on devices that support it. Regardless of the format, the company Google it in Android Q improve the ART Runtime in the heart of the system, while the updated framework of the authentication material to support now authentication methods other such as the face.


Will Google launch six trial versions of the system Android Q over the coming months before launching the official version and final of this system in the second quarter of this year. Currently, the first beta version of Android-Q is available for each of the Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL and the Google Pixel 2 and the Google Pixel 2 XL and Google Pixel 3 and the Google Pixel 3 XL. It is surprising to see Google continue to support phones Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL despite the expiry of the period of their support, but it remains to be seen whether these two phones will be on the official version of the Android Q in the second quarter of this year or not.

In the meantime, we expect to continue developers reveal more features that are part of the Android Q, so make sure to come back later to get more details.

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