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Google Testing Resume On Reboot Feature

Android, the most favourite mobile operating system and it allows users to customize the device according to their choice and mood. It also gives lots of possibilities than other mobile operating systems. However, there are some limitations as well and one of them is users need to unlock the device by entering their password after updating to the latest version of the software. Well, the situation is going to change.

The Mountain View company Google is testing ‘Resume on Reboot’ feature and this will avoid the situation of unlocking the device with a password after the following update. With this feature, users can enjoy uninterrupted notifications as if you updated your smartphone and forget to unlock the device then you will not receive notification from some applications. But with the new implementation, this situation will become history. Google is testing the feature with the latest generation of Pixel devices.

With the new setup, the update recovery system will save the lock information of the user and it will automatically unlock the device after following software update. The company is testing the feature on the Google Pixel 4 series, and there’s no information about the availability of the same on the Android 10. We believe that the company will bring the same with the next generation of the operating system.

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