Android Q’s new feature flags modify the power menu, make audio output switching easier, and allow for other tweaks
We’ve already taken a look at one of the new feature flags in the Android Q Beta 1 — a buggy but potentially very useful native screen recording function — but there are several others worth mentioning too. Some of them bring about barely noticeable changes, but a few are actually pretty interesting.
Thanks to 9to5Google, we know what many of the new flags are used for. Starting with the less consequential flags, there’s one that slightly changes the animation when going in and out of the always-on display screen (settings_aod_imagewallpaper_enabled) and another that can be used to turn off the hints about things like DND and night light status that appear a the top of your settings (settings_dynamic_homepage).
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