As the time of use of smartphones increases, more and more people are thinking about the security of their information and the information they need. Manufacturers are improving on this as well Android 11 it will be no different.
Yesterday it was unveiled the final version of the developers, Advanced Preview 3, which has many improvements of all kinds as we tell you.
But something went wrong and that might be more important to improve the security of our cell phones without doing anything.
Android 11 will remove permissions for applications that we haven't used in a long time
Almost from the beginning, Android chose an app permission system that would let the user know which hardware or software each application was using.
How Android App permissions work
Google has completely revamped the way apps work on Android Q. We explain it in detail.
In the latest versions of the operating system this section has taken on a lot of significance and it doesn't seem that bad. Android 11 runs along the same lines and will feature a new option for that allows the system to automatically recover access to applications that we do not use for a long time.
This is a welcome development since we often use the application for a specific purpose and then forget that it exists. This app can continue to access our data and information even if we no longer want it and simply forget to delete it.
We don't know if this feature will reach the last version of Android 11 when it is officially mid-summer, but the fact is that we would love it a lot, especially if it's automatically activated. It is a way to improve the security of data for billions of users without them doing anything.