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Leaked Android 12 screenshots show a kill switch for all sensors

09/02/2021

Google released the first developer preview of Android 11 in February 2020. So, we might not be far off from seeing the first glimpse of Android 12. While there’s no official announcement from the company, folks from XDA Developers have published a bunch of screenshots that suggest upcoming changes to Google’s...
Google released the first developer preview of Android 11 in February 2020. So, we might not be far off from seeing the first glimpse of Android 12. While there’s no official announcement from the company, folks from XDA Developers have published a bunch of screenshots that suggest upcoming changes to Google’s new Android version. There are a lot of new things to notice such as redesigned widgets, but Android 12’s possible privacy settings caught my eye. The Privacy section might allow you to disable the camera and microphone through a toggle. XDA also noted that if you enable developer settings, you… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Android Google released the first developer preview of Android 11 in February 2020. So, we might not be far off from seeing the first glimpse of Android 12. While there’s no official announcement from the company, folks from XDA Developers have published a bunch of screenshots that suggest upcoming changes to Google’s new Android version. There are a lot of new things to notice such as redesigned widgets, but Android 12’s possible privacy settings caught my eye. The Privacy section might allow you to disable the camera and microphone through a toggle. XDA also noted that if you enable developer settings, you… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Android
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