Finally, after many betas and a long wait, . If you have a Google Pixel or an Essential Phone you can now install the new version of the Google operating system on your device, but if this is not the case, unfortunately, you have to wait until the manufacturer of your mobile decides to release the update. Meanwhile, what better than knowing some of the most interesting and hidden news of Android Pie? In this article we have collected three of the ones we liked the most after having tried it.
3 very interesting and hidden innovations of Android P
Have you left a game without wanting to? Quiet, it will be where you left it without consuming too much battery
Surely it has happened to you at some time that you leave a game by accidentally pressing the Home button and your mobile, which has little RAM, has decided to close it, losing the progress of the game. That ended. Android Pie has a feature called “FEATURE_CANT_SAVE_STATE” that, without going into too many technicalities, prioritizes the management of RAM so that the game does not close (unless you have done it explicitly, see pressing the back button several times ) Still in the background.
That way, you could go to WhatsApp, answer a call or simply leave your mobile while you eat and return to the game at the same point where you left it . In addition, the system would limit access to the CPU and the network so that the background app does not consume more battery power and the performance of the terminal is not burdened . Ideal for medium or low range that incorporate Android 9.0 in the future.
13) If a “heavy weight” app like a game is eating up too much memory, it looks like P has a warning box telling you to choose one app or the other. I triggered the dialog box manually to see what it looks like. “> – Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman)
This is an interesting feature that will appeal to all people who often use Bluetooth headsets. Android Pie is able to remember what volume you left your headphones the last time you used them so that, when you reconnect them, they are at the same level as before. Let’s see it with an example. Imagine you have two headphones: some small and some big. The little ones use them with the volume in half, and the big ones with the volume to the maximum. If you use small headphones with 50% volume, when you connect large ones, it will remain at 50% and you will have to upload it manually.
With Android 9.0, your mobile will remember that the small ones you left in half and the big ones to the maximum . That way, even if you have used 50% small headphones before, when you connect the large ones, the volume will automatically go up to 100% , which is where you were the last time you connected them. Best of all, it works with as many devices as you have. A hoot.
It’s over when the screen turns when you do not want to
The last one, and possibly the one you end up using the most, is a small button that appears in the navigation bar and that allows you to rotate the screen (pass it from vertical to horizontal) manually even if you have the rotation disabled. In this way, as you can see in the GIF above, with just pressing the button, the content will be rotated and arranged in horizontal format. It is an extremely useful feature for all people who, like a server, always use their mobile in vertical format but like to read in full screen.
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