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    Check for some possible changes in Android 12 from a leaked and unofficial version
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    It was February 8, 2021 (February 11, 2016) that by leaking a few screenshots of the Android 12 environment, we became a little familiar with the possible features of this version of Android. Shortly afterwards, on February 18, Google officially released the first demo version of Android 12 (for developers). But apparently Google has not yet revealed everything it has in mind for Android 12. The XDA-developers website claims to have recently accessed an unpublished version of Android 12. This version is taken from an anonymous source and looks a bit unstable compared to the official preview version. Of course, there are different features in this version that may lead to the final version.

    https://mobiletony.com Check for some possible changes in Android 12 from a leaked and unofficial version

    سرانجام شهید We have the ability to take scrolling screenshots in Android 12, which allows the user to take a long, full screenshot of the entire screen. From the published images, it is seen that after the user tries to take a screenshot, a separate window opens and allows the user to crop as much of the page as he wants for his screenshots.

    https://mobiletony.com Check for some possible changes in Android 12 from a leaked and unofficial version

    App Pairs, first introduced by Samsung, allows the user to open two applications simultaneously with a shortcut. In the leaked version, you can replace them by double tapping on the line separating the two applications. Interestingly, the "split screen" button in the recently opened apps section has been renamed to "pin to top". By tapping this button, the current application will go to the top of the screen and occupy 1/4 of the top of the screen. When you tap another recently opened app, each of the two selected apps occupies an equal half of the screen.

    https://mobiletony.com Check for some possible changes in Android 12 from a leaked and unofficial version

    تا اندروید 11, the user could call Google Assistant by saying "Hey Google" or swiping from one of the bottom corners of the screen upwards. Some manufacturers have also installed a separate physical button for this on their devices. But it is said that in the leaked version, by holding the power button, you can call Google Voice Assistant (although this has been done by many smartphone manufacturers before). Apparently in such a situation, to access the power menu, you have to hold the power button for a few more seconds.

    https://mobiletony.com Check for some possible changes in Android 12 from a leaked and unofficial version

    By XDA-developers Shows the quick-setting tile buttons have changed, both in design and performance. In Android 11, a functional feature called Device Controls was introduced that put smart home controls in the power menu. This feature is still present in Android 12, except that apparently Google has provided access to these controls via the quick settings tile. In the leaked version, the device shutdown button has also been added to the quick settings tile. Apparently this change is suitable for people who like to use the power button just to launch Google Assistant.

    https://mobiletony.com Check for some possible changes in Android 12 from a leaked and unofficial version

    The improvements of the leaked version are related to tablets. In this version, a taskbar is provided for better management of open applications and easier access to widely used applications. Another interesting point is that this version of Android can simultaneously display 2 different home screens on the tablet.

    https://mobiletony.com Check for some possible changes in Android 12 from a leaked and unofficial version

    Published by XDA-developers, the volume controls are thicker and more rounded in appearance. The same change is seen for the lighting controls (in the notifications panel). The animations that are displayed when opening applications have also changed. Another interesting point is the animation that appears when charging the battery. When connecting the phone to the charger, a new wavy animation starts at the bottom of the screen and extends upwards.

    https://mobiletony.com Check for some possible changes in Android 12 from a leaked and unofficial version

    Of course, there are some problems in the design. According to experts at XDA-developers - who have installed their site app on a leaked version - this version of Android 12 automatically creates a "splash screen" when you open the XDA app. The XDA app, meanwhile, is designed to display a splash screen when opened. This way, the user will inevitably see two splash pages here. Such bugs are expected to be fixed in the final version of Android 12. A splash screen is a graphical image that is displayed at the beginning of the loading of some programs and usually contains the name and logo of the program along with its version.

    Some security features in the leaked version have been improved. For example, when an application wants to access data or text that you have copied (and stored in the clipboard memory), the operating system alerts you. Other changes include improved notifications and location access. Along with this version of Android, new emojis (based on Unicode Emoji 13.1) will be introduced.

    https://mobiletony.com Check for some possible changes in Android 12 from a leaked and unofficial version

    Google will release another demo version of Android 12 to developers by the end of April 2021. The final version of Android 12 will likely be released in the third quarter of 2021, but as is the case each year, Google will unveil a preview version of the final version at the Google I/O event next month. It should be noted that the items mentioned in this article are taken from an unofficial source (XDA-developers website) and all the changes seen in the leaked version of XDA may not lead to the final version of Android 12.

    Source: XDA





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