Google will launch its latest operating system Android Q this year. This operating system will be known as Android Q or it can also be called Android 10 Q. According to Android developers, Google’s latest operating system can provide better privacy and permit features than all previous operating systems. Google first introduced the privacy permissions management feature in Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Permissions are managed through “App Ops” in this operating system. Next came the Android 4.4 KitKat with the new User Controllable Permission feature added with the App Ops interface.
After this, a new permitation feature was added to the Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which allows you to stop or permit any app’s permissions. After this operating system, the user has managed to manipulate the permissions of the app itself. Letting you know that permissions of camera, contacts and other personal files in many applications automatically increase the likelihood of users getting tangled with personal data. The permissions of all these apps have been started since Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Android Q Vs Android Pie
From Android 6 to Android 9.0 Pie, users are given the same type of permutation feature. In these operating systems, users can decide the permissions of the app accordingly. If the user does not permit an app to access any file or camera or contact, then those apps will not be able to access any features of the smartphone. But only the location permissions can be stopped in the Android Q. You can not stop the permissions of the phone’s microphone and camera. You can change the permissions of an app only when they are in use. No permissions can be stopped except the location.
Apart from this, users can be given a reminder facility with the help of which the smartphone will alert the user that you have enabled the location. In addition to this, you will be able to do real-time monitoring of permissions given to the app. The app will have to be permissible for the external storage of the smartphone. Only then will you get permission to access the file from external storage or to store files.