Update Android 12 will automatically delete your applications however

Android is the most common smartphone operating system in the world, so Google seeks to update the Android system from time to time, in line with modern versions and applications.

It seems that the next update of the Android system, known as Android 12, was designed to include a feature that automatically deletes some of your applications and the data they keep, and all of this for a good reason.

And if Google followed the same timeline for the release as previous years, Android users around the world would be expected to get the next major update in the fall. This year will witness the launch of Android 12 for millions of people around the world. Before the release, Google began showing features and details in beta versions of the program.

Because of these developer reviews, we know that Android 12 will include a new chat widget, a background-based theme system, and a redesigned unlock pattern. And this week, we learned about another useful new tool that will go to smartphones supported by Google with the next update of the Android system.

According to what the XDA developers have reported, it appears that Android 12 will automatically delete data from the device's unused applications, to help free up some space. This application hibernation mode feature will provide space for more applications, photos, and more on the user's device, by automatically deleting temporary files from unused applications.

And unlike other Android 12 features mentioned, the application hibernates mode tool did not appear in previous Developer Preview releases. However, XDA developers were able to confirm the inclusion of the feature in Android 12 thanks to the leaked architecture of the operating system that they were able to obtain.

The site said that the upcoming application hibernation mode feature will expand upon the concept of unused applications and the added settings page with Android 11. In addition to removing temporary files, the leaked Android 12 feature will also automatically revoke permissions for unused apps.

And since only the selected app data will be deleted, it is likely that the amount of space that users ultimately save will be minimal.

This is likely to be a change that benefits those operating the lower-end phones, which have less storage space than others.

It can be said that automatically revoking permissions is a change that will have a greater impact on Android users, given the number of applications that request permissions that they do not really need.

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