- The upcoming version of the Android Operating System will have a hidden recycle bin.
- It will be entitled through the updated MediaStore API.
- Google will release Android 11 later this year.
Android which is the world’s most favourite mobile operating system but the same lack some important features such as a recycle bin. Having said that, the same is available on some smartphone brands like OnePlus but you will not get it on all the smartphones because the feature is not available on the native platform. However, now it seems that Google finally decided to fix this particular issue, as we got a new piece of information which suggests that the upcoming version of the Android operating system will feature a hidden recycle bin.
The product manager of the Android Operating System has confirmed that the upcoming version of the mobile operating system features a hidden recycle bin but the same will be different than the setup which we are familiar with on the computer or on other smartphones that offer the feature using the custom skin.
As the upcoming version of the Android Operating System will not allow users to access the deleted files and the Android operating system will automatically delete the files after a period of 30 days. But the apps that will have user consent and include edit access to trashed files will showcase the files from the hidden recycle bin. The feature will be enabled through an updated MediaStore API.
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