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Android 11 May Feature Music Player In Quick Settings
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Android 11 May Feature Music Player In Quick Settings

Key Points:
  • Android 11 to arrive in H2 this year.
  • The upcoming version will place the music player in a new place.
  • It’s just testing.

Just a couple of hours ago, Google rolled out the first developer preview of the upcoming Android 11 operating system and since that, we are hearing various hidden features of the upcoming Android version. It already confirmed that the company will implement the wireless reverse charging setup in the latest Pixel smartphones and now we got another detail of the upcoming Android 11 and that is something a relocation idea of Google.

Android 11 testing relocation of music player

According to XDA Developers, the upcoming version of the world’s most favourite mobile operating system will bring the music player in a new place which means the company is planning for the relocation of the music player. It is found that the company is removing the music player from the notification shade and it will be placed in the Quick Settings panel whenever a user listens to the music.

The source also says that when a user opens the Quick Settings panel completely the music player will move to the bottom part of the panel and all other settings icon will shift above. Well, it seems the new setup will allow accessing the music player easily than the current setup.

So, that’s all the information we have this moment of time. We expect to hear more details to arrive in the coming days and we recommended you to stay tuned with us for more interesting news from the world of tech at your fingertips.

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