Google has finally begun launching the third developer preview of Android 12 to compatible pixel devices. With this new release, I guess we have reached the end of developer previews for the upcoming Android release. It is possible to expect the first Android 12 beta build to arrive next month at Google I/O 2021, which would start May 18th.
Android 12 Developer Preview 3
Beginning with the third developer preview of Android 12, Google has enabled some of the experimental features by default. Note, the redesigned ‘Silky Home’ settings UI that required an ADB command to force enable is now live.
Also, Google has not enabled the Monet wallpaper-based theming system. Aside from this, the build comes with minor visual improvements throughout the interface.
While trying to bind together the app release experience, Android 12 DP3 has added another application launch animation alongside a splash screen that shows the application’s symbol. Designers can likewise utilize splash screen APIs to make customizations to the splash screen including the capacity to change the splash screen window’s experience tone and picking a custom symbol or liveliness.
Google is likewise improving call warnings with this form for designers. There’s another CallStyle layout that engineers can use to make warnings for incoming, outgoing, and screened calls. These notices support both default activities and custom activities on Android 12.
Another developer-centric change in the build with camera vendor extensions and support for the quad-Bayer camera sensors. Other changes also include improved permissions for alarms, improved web connection, haptic feedback, and fast machine learning ability.
Google encourages app developers to start compatibility testing to ensure their apps work as expected with Android 12. So if you are interested in this, you should try out the new developer preview right now on compatible Pixel devices or using the Android emulator.
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