The operating system is now getting a new version of its developers preview, Google is moving ahead with its Android 11 plans. The organization has now released a new developers' demo for Pixel smartphones since the first App demo was introduced back in February. The latter of its sort will now be moved from next month to the public trial.
While this final development preview does not bring too many new features, and concentrates primarily on changing existing features announced in the developer's first and second releases.
The greatest improvement that arrives with the final Android 11 developer beta is an app escape upgrade. This allows applications that are closed or exited to do so for the API exit reasons to give developers more information about recent exits from an app and why they have happened.
Wireless debugging is also an updated feature in Developer Preview 3. The function was initially introduced in User Preview 2. However, it's already running with the latest version.
This allows users, without physically contact between the two, to test the Android phone on a device using ADB orders. This should allow the development phase fairly simple because developers would only be able to start coding wirelessly across connected devices through the air on their mobile.
Includes GWP-ASan introduced as part of Developer Preview 3. The role allows finding and repairing memory protection bugs faster, increasing load times of huge APK files.
Google also recently previewed latest functionality including API 1.3 for Neural Networks, protection & safety enhancements, redesign to Google Play Platform, device accessibility, improvement to networking, camera and picture and low-latency improvements for the User Preview 1. It introduced changes in the call screening functionality and the Neural Networks API to Android 11 with its second prerelease version.