We already know that with Android P, Google will change the entire setup of Android and the first developer preview of the latest operating system is expected to roll out by the mid of this month. Well, now we got a report which suggests that the Android P on which Google is working now, will allow you to convert your smartphone into a Bluetooth mouse or a keyboard to work on your PC.
Since 2016, Android has the ability to perform a device as a Bluetooth input but the developers of Android does not enable the feature in the operating system. However, with the upcoming Android P, the Google’s Android developing team is all set to enable the feature to make the device as an input device. As the source says, the upcoming operating system will have Bluetooth HID (Human Interface Device) Profile Service, which will allow you to convert your smartphone into a Bluetooth mouse or any kind of input medium.
As I mentioned above, that the Android operating system has the Bluetooth input support since 2016. Which means you can enable this feature on your smartphone at this moment, but for that, you need to root your smartphone and then download an app called Bluetooth Plus from the Google Play Store to make your smartphone as the Bluetooth mouse or keyboard.
However, having this feature inbuilt in the operating system will definitely give a big impact on the Android. As with this feature, people will now feel more comfortable to perform various activities such as presentation etc, and also the biggest plus point, they don’t need to root their smartphone. Let’s hope that all this too much will come into the reality, and you can read all the available information about the upcoming Android P by heading over to our dedicated page.