Android 13 will consolidate all security options into a single menu
It will be even easier to manage your security and privacy options on Android 13. Indeed, while the latter have so far been separated into two separate menus, they will come together in a single menu in the next version of the Android system. exploitation. Thus, the user will be able to activate or deactivate all the authorizations and keep an eye on his personal information from the same window.
Android 12 paved the way with its brand new app permissions panel. Android 13 intends to follow in its footsteps and improve the functionality a little more. To understand what Google is trying to do, you have to take a look at the current operating system settings. For the moment, security and privacy settings, understanding the data we transmit and the authorizations we grant to applications, are present in two separate sections.
However, both have a common goal: the protection of the privacy of the user. This is probably the reason why the Mountain View firm decided to group them in a single menu on Android 13. Soberly called “Security and confidentiality”, the latter was spotted by Mishaal Rahman, who shared one screenshot on Twitter. According to the latter, it is thus possible to configure the functionalities as locate my device as well as checking for updates from the same window.
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Android 13 will make security management even easier
Google obviously wants to put the package on the side of security for this new update. We recently learned that the contents of the clipboard will be automatically deleted after a certain period of inactivity, in order to prevent malicious applications or other users from accessing it. In addition, users will be notified when an application has access to it.
The firm is also expected at the turn regarding the performance of its OS, which should, among other things, launch the most demanding games more quickly. However, keep in mind that Android 13 is still in the development stage, and not all of its promises have been finalized. Until its final launch, other improvements are to be expected.