- It is reported that the upcoming version of the Android Operating System may enable you to disable the background limitation feature
- Google is expected to roll out the Android 13 in the third quarter of next year
- There is no official confirmation about the same
The Mountain View company Google introduced the latest version of the Android Operating System a couple of months ago and the same is called the Android 12. The developers of the Android Operating System introduced the new version with a complete redesign setup as it comes with a new user interface along with new elements as well as widgets and more.
Android 12 is also coming with a feature called phantom processes and the same is effective for the users who want to save battery life as it will kill the background happenings and the same is a big challenge for the developers and the pro users.
But now we got a new piece of information that suggests that the company may bring a solution for this problem and the same will be implemented in the upcoming version of the Android Operating System which will be called the Android 13.
It is spotted that the company has submitted a patch that adds a toggle in Developer Options to disable the monitoring of phantom processes!”
An update on the phantom process issue: Google has just submitted a patch that adds a toggle in Developer Options to disable the monitoring of phantom processes!https://t.co/Nfn2npZMkX
We probably won't see this until Android 13, though.
— Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) December 14, 2021
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