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Android 15 lets you Force Apps To Go Dark Which Doesn’t Even Support Dark Themes

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Google is actively preparing for its upcoming version, as demonstrated by the availability of Android 15 Beta 1.2 for download just a few days after the release of Beta 1.1. We anticipate that the stable version of Android 15 will allow you to force apps to go dark, even if they don’t support the feature.

The metrics for 2022 suggest that 81.9% of readers use dark mode on their phones. Google offers support for a system-wide dark mode toggle in Android 14. Despite all of this, some of the applications still don’t have a dark theme, such as the ones from Fitbit or Amazon Shopping, but now the Android 15 update will overcome this lack and let you force these apps to go dark, even if they don’t have a built-in dark theme. 

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Back in January, Google hid a new’make all apps dark’ toggle under Settings >> Accessibility >> Color and Motion in the Android 14 QPR2 Beta 2. This toggle was not visible by default in Android 14 QPR2 Beta 2, and it was not even visible in Android 15 Beta 1.2.

According to reports, testing revealed that’make all apps dark’ outperforms ‘override force-dark’ in more applications, implying that the current developer opt-out is no longer functional and that the fundamental force-dark algorithm has changed. Android is introducing ‘make all apps dark’, a new accessibility setting that enhances the existing ‘override force-dark’ option and distinguishes itself from color inversion, which causes image distortion.

Currently, Android 15 Beta 1.2 lacks the’make all apps dark’ feature, but Google I/O 2024 next month could see the introduction of this feature in Android 15 Beta 2.


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Android 15 will disable its home screen widgets while killing an app 

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Google is close to releasing Android 15 with many new notable twerks, upgrades, and changes. This latest update will disable its home screen widgets while killing an app. 

Android 15 is bringing a new twerk, which will turn off widgets when you force-stop an app. In the past, force-stopping an app would not affect its widget, which could be an inconvenience in the scenario where the issue was with the widget itself. However, the home screen widget of the force-stopped app will remain unaffected and still work as usual. 

Google updated the Android 15 behavior changes section of its developer website to note that when an app is force-stopped, all its widgets are instantly temporarily disabled and grayed out as the OS terminates or forces to cancel the app’s pending intents. After this, you cannot interact with the widgets until you relaunch the app. 

For convenience, you can open the app directly by clicking its icon or indirectly through the share menu from another app. Google is also adding more changes for force-stopping apps; for instance, when you force-stop an app, its home screen widget becomes disabled for a while. Due to this, the widget will not work, and you can not interact with it until you relaunch the app, even directly or indirectly.

Noticeably, apps targeting Android 15 can only run foreground services for data synchronization for up to 6 hours within a 24-hour. The giant could also limit the types of foreground services, which launch immediately after a device boots up.

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The Secret Behind Android 15 Easter Egg Explained

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Google is busy working on its next iteration, Android 15. On the other hand, Samsung also started its Android 15-based One UI 7 internal beta testing. 

Android enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting the release of Android 15, which is expected to bring dozens of new features and upgrades to enhance smartphones’ overall software system. Leaks suggest several new features that Android 15 could bring. Reportedly, Google is planning to upgrade resource management and autonomy. How could Android 15 permit you to choose the device playback by turning off Bluetooth, and how will it automatically turn off the screen?

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Android 15 is expected to display brightness and notification management improvements, Auracast and Bluetooth audio sharing enhancements, refine “Back” gesture prediction, and prevent accidental Bluetooth turn-off. 

Undoubtedly, Android is known for its hidden easter eggs in each OS version. However, bundles of Android 15 features have already been rumoured; this time, there’s no new update on the easter egg. Pixel smartphones equipped with Android 14, Pixel users can reach the easter egg of their version by just following the steps mentioned here – 

  • Settings >> About smartphone >> Android version and then repeatedly clicking on the Android version item. 

Then, the version logo will appear. Hold it down for a while, and the smartphone will start vibrating, offering you the game that we now know. The Easter egg in Android 15 appears to be a little letdown. It’s quite the same as the previous version, but with one small twerk: it will let you plant flags on the planets you visit. 

A tipster suggested that the easter egg resides precisely in the flag; specifically, if you had a device with a Beta version of Android 15, you would not be able to view this feature; if you are interested, you must activate a special flag. Google has, therefore, created a flag to be able to display the flags. The ability to plant the flag itself is the actual easter egg, and it is a pun on the word “flag”, referring to two things: the first is the in-game flag you plant on planets, and the second is a unique code flag that is required to activate the ability to see the in-game flags.

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Google Integrates Samsung’s Note-Taking Functionality in Android 15

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Google is on the way to providing a plethora of new features for Android devices with its upcoming Android 15 software update. Currently, the company is developing the software, and to test it, there are already two major beta updates, including Android 15 beta 1 and beta 2. Based on these beta updates, we have already gotten information about several new features, one of which is the Samsung-origin note-taking feature.

Android users will be able to take notes from the lock screen on tablets

The lock screen not taking feature is already available on the Samsung flagship smartphones, which come with S PEN functionality, allowing users to take notes directly from the lock screen. This facility will soon be available for all Android tablets with the upcoming Android 15.

As tablets are not as frequently used as smartphones, they still get some significant features from time to time. The note-taking functionality is also the one major useful feature that allows users to take advantage of the large size of the screen to easily write notes.

According to earlier reports, Android 15 users will get the ability with the help of Google Keep or another application. Google has already announced that this availability is not limited to its default application, but another application developer can also develop their app to use this functionality. So developers of other applications should start to make their applications compatible with the features of Android 15.

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